Midtown at Reston Town Center is the last residential development to rise squarely within the neighborhood. And it is the only development overlook the shops, restaurants, and park. The plan is to build eight mixed-use buildings around the square, of which one would be a high-rise rental. Conveniently located close to Dulles airport, within distance from the Town Center, near Dulles Tech corridor offices, and a short drive to Tysons Corner. The development is one of Silver Line hotspots. Reston Center will be so conveniently located near the proposed Silver Line station, Reston Parkway.
Sort of trendy these days to live above stores. In fact, Midtown East and West, are two mix use development with retails on the first floor and residential above the stores. Midtown Lofts is a 7-story lofts, another mixed-use. According to the source, these are true lofts with 11" ceilings, not two-level condominium loft. Though the option to live in a two-level lofts is available. I know it is confusing to you. Midtown East and West, a 21-story towers offer luxury residential living with services of a five star hotel, such as doorman and valet parking, elegant two-story lobby design with view to pool and patio, office service centeres, heated outdoor pool, two full-service guest suites when you have visiting family and friends in town, etc.
Delano 2BR/2BA Greatfalls 3BR/2BA
There are 145 residences in East, 148 residences in the West, 25 Penthouses and 78 lofts. East and West scheduled for completion August 2006, while delivery for Lofts in early 2007. About 90% of the Midtown East and West are sold. Midtown lofts still have some flexibility. In addition to these luxury condominiums, it also offers Penthouses of Midtown from 17-21floor with only five homes per floor. There are thirteen different floor plans to choose from. Home sizes ranging from approximately 850 to spacious 3000 SF (penthouses).
"Picture entering your home, with its dramatic 10' ceilings, tall window walls, and glass balconies with spectacular views of cityscapes and the Blue Ridge Mountains."
The advantages of living at Midtown is everything is within walking distance. Right now, you still need your car to get around town. There is no metro station around here yet. However, some years down the road when the second phase of Silver line finishes, you can ditch your vehicle (2015) by then :)
Developer will pay for first year membership dues to Midtown Club. The brochure says that it is an exclusive membership club with access to top golf and social clubs in the area and around the globe. Membership is your link in Miami, Austin, Hilton Head, Puerto Vallarta, Sydney and more.
Homes priced from $500's for one bedrooms, $600s for 2 bedrooms, and from $1.2 Million for Penthouses. Check for availability, here.