Reston Town Center

Paid Parking Begins in Reston Town Center on September 12, 2016:

RTC Parking: A Primer on What Happens Starting Sept. 12
by Karen Goff — September 1, 2016 at 11:30 am 0 Comments

Parking garage at Reston Town CenterIt’s Sept. 1. That means free parking at Reston Town Center will soon be a thing of the past.

In case you have been out of town this summer, Reston Now will fill you in the details.
Boston Properties says it needs to discourage commuter parking in Reston Town Center’s seven parking garage. It will begin charging $2 an hour on weekdays (and nights) starting Monday, Sept. 12.
Saturdays, Sundays and special events will remain free.
Parking will be a with a gateless and ticketless system. Visitors must download the ParkRTC app to automatically pay by credit card. If a visitor does not want the app, he or she can pay at a credit card kiosk located in four of the garages.
Here are more details on everything you need to know:
How the app works
Why Boston Properties calls this an enhancement
How validation works
What will happen if I don’t pay
What may happen in the longterm
Citizens are still working on a petition in protest of the move

The communities within the Reston Town Center are as follows:

West Market Market Street Condominiums and The Savoy
Mid Town Reston Mid Town North
The Paramount Carlton House
Oak Park Edge Water at Reston Town Center
Stratford House Stratford Park Place

For those looking for detailed price history on communities within the Reston Town Center, please contact me for the most detailed and unique report you will find, covering these communities:

  • West Market’s Park Place
  • West Market’s Logan Park
  • West Market’s Lincoln Park
  • West Market’s Madison Park
  • Mid Town Reston
  • The Paramount
  • Stratford House
  • Carlton Place
  • MidTown North
  • The Savoy
  • Market Street Condominiums
  • EdgeWater condominiums
  • EdgeWater town homes
  • Oak Park
  • Stratford Park Place

To receive a copy of each report, or the report of your choice, contact me at: raywedell@comcast.net or call 703-855-7299

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