Convenient luxury living that adapts to your lifestyle

Now is your chance to discover how blissful life can be at Faraday Park, and trust us — you don’t want to miss out!

The West Tower is now more than 80% leased with the East Tower starting pre-leasing this month. These contemporary residences offer unique urban living with all of life’s conveniences just steps from your front door. Faraday Park gives you unprecedented access to the heart of Reston, just steps away from the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station and shopping, dining and entertainment at Reston Town Center.

Faraday Park elevates your lifestyle with amenity spaces thoughtfully designed to enhance everyday life. The co-working spaces offer work from home essentials with WiFi and private office pods. Faraday Park provides space for you to explore your hobbies and side hustles with a makerspace with tools for DIY and a baking space with commercial kitchen accessories.

The rooftop pool with sundeck, outdoor bar and grill are sure to be your favorite spots in warm weather. In addition, Faraday Park offers two state-of-the-art fitness centers and numerous other inviting spaces to gather and connect with your community.

Each of the pet-friendly studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences are thoughtfully appointed with high-end finishes and ultimate comfort in mind. Large windows create light-filled spaces, while the modern kitchens are outfitted with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and sleek Delta chrome fixtures. Spacious bedrooms and closets ensure plenty of room for living, while select homes feature balconies for an indoor-outdoor feel.

Don’t miss out — schedule your tour today!

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