When Robert E. Simon envisioned Reston he saw a community that would allow people to move from one type of housing to the next as their lives changed. “Live, Work, Play” — truly what Reston is all about. No matter what stage of life – first time home buyer, full house or empty nester –Reston really does have something for everyone.
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Living in Reston
Reston has long been recognized both nationally and internationally as one of the best places to live because of its wide array of recreational offerings, a variety of housing styles, a vast amount of parkland, pedestrian access, and proximity to both Washington DC andDulles International Airport.
Residents also express a sense of community and belonging - unlike any other traditional suburban community. Reston has been repeatedly ranked nationally among the top places to live.
Working in Reston
Reston sits square in the middle of the Dulles Corridor—where small and large businesses thrive just minutes from Dulles International Airport and only 25 miles from the nation’s capital.
About one-third of Reston’s residents live and work in the community and enjoy a quality of life that is unique and highly valued. More than fifty-five miles of pathways connect people to places and encourage walking, jogging, and biking to work.
Play in Reston
Reston has a wide variety of recreational and cultural opportunities for people of every age and walk of life.
Reston Parks & Recreational Facilities
- 15 outdoor pools
- 49 tennis courts (8 of which are clay)
- four lakes
- the 72-acre Walker Nature Education Center
Reston Centers for the Arts
- Greater Reston Art Center
- Reston Art Gallery
- Reston Community Center’s Center Stage
- The Hub Theatre
- The Reston Community Players
- Reston Community Center’s Jo Anne Rose Gallery