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An Inova urgent care center is now open at 1488 North Point Village Center.
The newest Reston location is open seven days a week and offers pediatric emergency services. On-site exam rooms and x-ray and real-time interpretations by experts with the Association of Alexandria Radiologists are also offered.
The center takes up the former location of Ravel Dance Studio, which left its home of 20 years to relocate to a larger studio at 1763 Fountain Drive.
Other services include treatment for minor illness and injury, lab tests, sports physicals, and flu shots.
The center’s first day of business was on Monday (August 13).
An Inova emergency room center, which focuses primarily on emergency room services through a partnership with Inova Fairfax Hospital, is located just 1.2 miles away at 11901 Baron Cameron Avenue.
Photo by Fatimah Waseem
An Inova Urgent Care center is coming to 1488 North Point Village Center, roughly 1.7 miles away from Reston Hospital Center.
The center, which is certified by the Urgent Care Association of America and is open everyday, is “coming soon,” will provide adult and pediatric urgent care.
It is expected to open in June or July this year, according to Roger Raker, a spokesperson for Inova.
Centers are located throughout Northern Virginia, including Vienna, Fairfax, and Chantilly.
Photos by Fatimah Waseem
The move will allow the studio, which offers classes and performs recitals, to expand its programs and classes in the 5,000 square foot facility on 1763 Fountain Drive, said Janet Hall, the owner and artistic director.
“We’re really excited to be in the heart of Reston and offer more adult classes,” Hall said. “Right now, we are bursting at the seams with students. It’s exciting to be the only small business in that area.”
The new site has three state-of-the-art studios that were designed by the same company that worked on floor installations at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The studio’s current location is roughly 3,600 square feet.
A more central location in Reston will also allow the studio to better display its classes, four classical ballets and professional work. The studio has invested roughly $400,000 to build out the new facility and roughly a year and three months of negotiating.
The studio also hopes to continue leveraging its partnership with Reston Community Center’s CenterStage for performance space, which is a major reason why the studio hopes to remain in Reston as it expands, Hall said.
Classes will begin to transition beginning Dec. 20th and the move should be complete by Jan. 3, the beginning of the second semester of classes.
Photo courtesy of Jennifer Griffith
Two-time Super Bowl champion Dexter Manley will participate in the Fall Kick-Off event at the plaza Saturday, Sept. 9. The former All-Pro defensive end will meet fans at Glory Days Grill (1400 North Point Village Center) from noon to 2 p.m. that day.
The plaza’s celebration, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will also feature carnival games, roaming characters for kids, a DJ playing music, a moon bounce and more. The event also advertises “great savings, free food, prizes [and] giveaways.”
Video from last year’s event, which featured an appearance by former Redskins running back Clinton Portis, is available on property manager Lerner’s YouTube channel.
For more information about this and other events at North Point Village Center, check its website.
Image from 2016 event via Lerner/YouTube
Reston has a new pet supply store. Pet Valu recently opened its doors at 1422 North Point Village Center.
Pet Valu, a national franchise that also has a South Lakes Village Center store, sells pet supplies, food, toys and other necessities. It also hosts pet rescue groups for weekend adoption events.
The North Point store features a do-it-yourself dog washing station.
There will be an all-day grand opening celebration on Saturday, June 25. The day will feature raffles, prizes, adoption information, goody bags, balloon art, magic, and more, says Pet Valu.
The owners of a new barbershop at North Point Village Center say they will be opening their doors on Friday.
North Point Barber will provide men’s hair care and grooming at 1436 North Point Village Center. The space was formerly occupied by Fotoimage 1HR, which closed in January.
There has been a run of men’s grooming locations popping up around Reston in the last year. High-end salon Joe Grooming (now PR Barbers) opened at Reston Town Center, and an outpost of Roosters Men’s Grooming will also open on Market Street next week.
At North Point, there is also a wide selection of places to get groomed, including KLS Salon, Hair Cuttery, Massage Envy and Sahel’s Medical Spa & Beauty Studio.
Reston’s last photo developing store will shut its doors on Jan. 30.
The owner of Fotoimage 1HR, which had been at 1436 North Point Village Center since 2003, says its lease it expiring and will close.
Just a few years ago, there were camera stores/processing centers at South Lakes Village Center and Plaza America, to name a few.
But with the popularity of camera phones, digital cameras and self-service photo kiosks at places like CVS and Target, storefront photo operations are becoming a thing of the past.
“This has been a hard business to be in the last few years,” said owner Tim Klement.
Meanwhile, everything in the store, which also has framing services, is on sale. Camera bags are $5, for instance. Frames are buy one, get one 50 percent off.
No word from North Point owner Lerner Enterprises whether a new tenant has been signed.
That storefront formerly housed an AT&T store, which closed in October 2014.
This will be Pet Valu’s second location in Reston. There is a Pet Valu at South Lakes Village Center selling pet food, toys, treats, grooming supplies and other necessities. It also features pet rescue group adoptions on weekends, as well as a do-it-yourself dog wash.
No opening date has been announced.
Chick-fil-A recently filed Planned Residential Community (PRC) documents with Fairfax County to establish a fast food restaurant (with drive-through) at 1490 North Point Village Center.
Interestingly, the former Burger King spot, which has been vacant since March of 2o14, is located at 1494 North Point. The application is for 1490 North Point Village Center, which currently houses a BB&T Bank branch. (Editor’s note: The address could be a clerical error; future documents will confirm exact location).
The application is being reviewed for quality control before official acceptance. There is a Fairfax County Planning Commission hearing scheduled for March 16, 2016.
The application should go through, however, as the site on which Chick-fil-A intends to open is designated Village Center Mixed Use in the Reston Comprehensive Plan and formerly contained a fast-food restaurant.
Meanwhile, the owners of the nearby Chick-fil-A on Sunset Hills recently confirmed on their Facebook page that the plan for North Point location is “moving forward.”
Glory Days Grill opened its doors at North Point Village Center on Wednesday — just in time to welcome crowds to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The sports-themed restaurant, located at 1400 North Point Village Center, will serve $5.99 burgers all day in Sunday in honor of the big game.
The North Point location is more than 5,500 square feet of bar, dining and patio seating, and has more than 40 televisions and tableside speakers. The company has hired 100 employees for the North Point location, a company spokeswoman says.
This is Glory Days 22nd location. The locally owned chain has restaurants in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia and Florida.
Other regular specials at Glory Days:
- $5.99 Classic Burgers on Mondays.
- $5.99 Tacos on Tuesdays.
- Pizza Thursdays – Enjoy $5.99 Pizzas All Day..
- Friday Fish Fry. $9.99
- Snack Attack ($3/$4/$5 snack-sized portions) after 9 p.m.
- Lunch Loyalty Special. See location for details.
Glory Days hours: Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Monday – Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to midnight.
See the full menu on Glory Days website.
Photo: Grand Opening at Glory Days/Courtesy of Glory Days
Local Restonians can now get Chick-fil-A delivered directly to their doorstep beginning today (Thursday).
The location in north point Village Center is one of 200 stores selected by corporate headquarters for the operator-led service. Staff will be trained to handle and deliver food directly to homes and businesses in the area.
In a press release, the company noted that the North Point Village Center location was selected because of its “unique location deep within residential areas,” as well as “impressive growth and speed increases over the past two years.”
“This is both an honor and great responsibility. As we undertake this task, we are setting the pace for every Chick-fil-A in the country to more positively impact our communities,” said Larry Everett, the operator of the North Point location.
The service runs daily, except on Sundays, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Guests can place orders using the Chick-fil-A app or place on order for mobile curbside pickup or mobile drive-thru. Customers can continue to use the drive-thru and front lobby to place orders.
Everett’s son Philip and operator of a store in Illinois was also selected for the service.
Jerry’s Subs and Pizza in North Point Village Center appears to have closed.
The restaurant’s signage was removed late last week.
Jerry’s was located at 1432 North Point Village Center. The Reston location reopened in the center in June after a fire forced the business to close in January.
No other information was immediately available.
The village center has several other vacancies. Great China closed in early September. A building permit indicates a new restaurant is expected to replace the Chinese restaurant.
Photo by Laura Crielly
Banner’s Hallmark in North Point Village Center is reopening on Saturday, July 27.
The gift shop, which offers, ornaments, greeting cards, and gifts, closed on July 22 for renovations. The store is located at 1438 North Point Village Center.
The retail chain has multiple locations throughout Northern Virginia, including two in Sterling and one in Ashburn.
Image via Google Maps
Now that spring has finally arrived, warmer weather will invite locals outside to mill around Reston’s many shopping areas.
While Reston has an abundance of stores at Plaza America, Reston Town Center and the Spectrum, one of Reston’s unique design elements lies in its mix of residential and retail at its five village centers.
The first one — the Lake Anne Village Center — looks almost the same today as it did in 1976.
The Hunters Woods Village Center, which saw most of its original buildings demolished and replaced with more modern retail in the 1990s, is on a 2017 list of potential spots for new residential development put together by the Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning.
Reston Now wants to know if there is a certain village center you frequently visit or really love going to.
Photo via Courtlyn McHale/Flickr
Since 1982 The Fur Factory has been grooming the Reston region’s canines.
Even Dawn Caicedo, the Reston resident who has owned the shop since 2005, can’t imagine how many dogs — and how much fur — have been shorn in the Tall Oaks Village Center shop, both in her previous location at the center and her new location in the recently remodeled retail building at 12054 North Shore Drive.
The number of satisfied clients — both human and otherwise — are legion, and the confidence in the groomers comes from the years of experience each has put into the craft. The groomer at the Fur Factory with the least amount of time in the trade has 83 dog years of beautifying just about any breed to their credit (that’s 15 “human” years).
The Fur Factory experience begins with a shampoo bath — oatmeal, medicated, hypoallergenic and others — before towel and blow drying (depending on the desired look). The finishing includes brushing, combing, de-shedding (when needed), nail trim and sanitary trims.
Others will want the full haircut, and the Fur Factory’s experienced staff of certified groomers is skilled in the standard look for all breeds, as well as happily following the styling from a photograph.
A community staple, The Fur Factory is located in Reston’s Tall Oaks development and is one of the most valued amenities of the neighborhood. The Fur Factory’s early hours (7:30 a.m., Tuesday to Friday; 8 a.m. Saturdays) accommodate many dog owners’ schedules.
Tall Oaks Village Center is undergoing an exciting transformation as Stanley Martin Homes plans a mix of residential developments that will include townhomes and condominiums, as well as a landscaped plaza which will provide a central community gathering place between the residential area and retail offerings.
Additionally, the recently renovated commercial and retail buildings offer several new and unoccupied professional office and retail suites that are available for lease from 1,290 to 5,430 square feet.
Located less than one mile from the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station, Tall Oaks Center is conveniently situated in North Reston, at the intersection of Wielhe Avenue and North Shore Drive.
For Tall Oaks Village Center office or retail space leasing information, call Ty Hausch at 703-272-2680 or send an email to [email protected]. The Fur Factory is located at 12054 North Shore Drive, Suite 100D, in Reston. To schedule an appointment, call 703-437-7794 or send an email to [email protected].