Marriott Global Strategies $250M Hotel in Reston Station Close to Washington, D.C.

The luxurious JW Marriott will anchor the Reston Row District, the newest portion of the 60-acre, combined-use, transit-oriented Reston Station growth in Reston, Virginia.

RESTON, Va. — Marriott Global (NASDAQ: MAR) has unveiled strategies for a $250 million luxury JW Marriott lodge in Reston, found concerning Washington, D.C. and Dulles Worldwide Airport. The setting up will rise 26 tales, showcasing 250 guestrooms, 90 for-sale household models, 15,000 sq. feet of assembly place, two places to eat, an govt lounge, swimming pool and health center.

Marriott arrived at a franchise settlement with Comstock Holdings Cos. (NASDAQ: CHCI) to make the resort the centerpiece for the up coming phase of Comstock’s Reston Station enhancement. The lodge will anchor the Reston Row District, the newest portion of the 60-acre, combined-use, transit-oriented job.

Reston Row District is found adjacent to Reston’s 1st Silver Line station, giving community transportation to D.C. via the Washington Metropolitan Place Transit Authority. When concluded, Reston Row District will characteristic two office environment towers totaling somewhere around 500,000 square toes a 350-device multifamily setting up 65,000 sq. toes of retail, services and physical fitness spaces and a 2,500-room underground parking garage, all bordering a 1.2-acre central park.

The for-sale JW Marriott Residences Reston models will be served by a independent residential lobby entrance and situated on the higher floors of the tower. This part of the constructing will provide independent areas and amenities such as an owner’s lounge, health heart, outdoor area and dog park.

Utility relocations and coordinated demolition of the existing 1970s-era business park sophisticated a short while ago commenced and web page development will get started in the coming months, according to Comstock. The resort tower is scheduled to open up in 2024.

Crescent Accommodations & Resorts Management Co. will operate the lodge. Nunzio Marc DeSantis Architects will provide as the designer for the job.

— Jeff Shaw