The following is a listing of the current active land use cases in the Hunter Mill District, and schedules of public hearings with the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors. The staff report on the case will be available for review two weeks before the Planning Commission public hearings.
Comstock Reston Station Holdings filed a Comprehensive Sign Plan Amendment for the 1860 Wiehle Avenue and 1886 Metro Center Drive (Reston Station) to update the signage to accommodate a CVS Pharmacy and an M&T Bank that are moving into the property. The Planning Commission approved this application at their November 20, 2019 meeting. Comprehensive Sign Plans do not come before the Board of Supervisors.
One Reston CO., LLC and Two Reston CO., LLC (Reston Crescent – Block G) filed a Final Development Plan Amendment (FDPA 2016-HM-007-03) to add information and details relative to the above-grade parking garage screening and rooftop treatments. The Planning Commission approved this application at their November 20, 2019 at 7:30pm. Final Development Plan Amendments do not come before the Board of Supervisors unless they are associated with another application.
Sandeep Lohia filed a School Special Exception Amendment (SEA 2010-HM-004) to amend an approved private school of general education, nursery school and childcare center to permit an increase in enrollment and site modifications, and to enable the use of a vacant building for approved purposes. The property is located 1629 Beulah Road, Vienna [Tax Map 28-1 ((1)) Parcel 13]. The number of children will be limited to 200 students. The Planning Commission public hearing is indefinitely deferred. Additional information online
CRS Sunset Hills, LC (Reston Promenade) filed Proffer Condition Amendment/Conceptual Development Plan Amendment and Final Development Plan Amendment (PFC/CDPA/FDPA 2016-HM-035) to refine “Building C” of A-D to reflect the needs of a premier hotel and potential retail tenants, improve the overall layout and design, improve pedestrian connectivity and porosity, create a more seamless circulation within the property, and enhancements to the urban parkland serving the project. The property is located at 1830 and 1860 Wiehle Avenue [Tax Map 17-4 ((1)) Parcels 20, 17B, ,14A and a portion of 17A]. The Planning Commission recommended approval on October 16, 2019. The Board of Supervisor deferred the public hearing until Tuesday, January 19, 2020 at 3:30pm. Additional information online and CDPA 2016-HM-035 and FDPA 2016 -HM-035
Sakthivel Chinnasamy and Nandakumar Sreenivasan filed a rezoning application (RZ 2019-HM-011) to rezone the property at 8910 Old Courthouse Road, Vienna [Tax Map 28-4 ((1)) Parcel 28] from the R-1 District to R-3 District to permit the building of two homes. The Planning Commission public hearing is currently scheduled for March 4, 2020 at 7:30pm. However, this date is being deferred to future date sometime in March or April. Additional information online
Centreville Road LC filed Special Exception Amendment (SEA 2006-HM-017) to separate two parcels, one with Children Center 2745 [Tax Map 25-1 ((01)) Parcel 34C]and the other 2747 [Tax Map 25-1((01)) Parcel D] with a single family residence in Herndon, VA. The owner would like to sell the Children Center business and continue to live in the single family house. No new construction or any land disturbance is being proposed. The Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for March 11, 2020 at 7:30 p.m.
Wiehle Reston East Ventures (Lincoln at Wiehle Station) filed a Comprehensive Sign Plan to permit a signage program that is in scale and harmonious with the existing development around and is so located and sized as to ensure convenience and appropriate signage for visitors, users and occupants of the Lincoln at Wiehle Station building. The Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for March 25, 2020 at 7:30pm.
Reston Hospital Center filed Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPSA 2009-HM-014-02)to include additional signage based on the recent addition of a new structures to the Hospital Center and the reconstruction of building entrances. The property is located at 1850 Town Center Parkway, Reston [Tax Map 017-1 ((1)) Parcel 15B. The Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, April 22, 2020, as 7:30 p.m.
Christopher Land, LLC filed Rezoning / Final Development Plan (RZ/FDP 2019-HM-016) for the property located at 2711, 2707, and vacant land, Floris Lane, Herndon, VA. [Tax Map 25-1((4)) Parcels 8B, 9A and 14C] to rezone approximately 13.20 acres from R-1 to PDH-2. The Applicant proposes to build 26 single family homes at an overall density of 1.97 dwellings units per acre, with approximately 40% open space. The Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for May 20, 2020 at 7:30pm.
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED (not scheduled)
Inova Health Care Services and the Board of Supervisors of Fairfax County filed Proffer Condition Amendments (PCA 74-2-113-05 and PCA 86-C-121-07) concurrent with Rezoning application (RZ 2017-HM-020) to establish the Grid of Streets and streetscape, Central Green and Infrastructure associated with the proposed redevelopment of Reston Town Center North. The property is located on the south side of Baron Cameron Drive, east and west of Town Center Parkway, west side of Fountain Drive and the south side of Bowman Towne Drive. Addresses are: 11901 & 12000 Baron Cameron Avenue/1801 Cameron Glen Drive; 11925 & 12000 Bowman Towne Drive/1801 Cameron Glen Drive, 1800 & 1850 Cameron Glen Drive; and 1778 Fountain Drive, Reston, VA. 20190. [Tax Map Numbers: 17-1 ((1)) Parcels 3F, 12, 13, 14A, 14B, 14C, 14D, 14E, 14F and 017-1 ((17)) Parcel 5A]. The Planning Commission public hearing has not been scheduled. Additional information online
Foulger-Pratt Development, LLC filed application (RZ 2018-HM-019) to rezone from Industrial District I-3 to Planned Residential Mix-Use project to include new buildings designed to provide commercial space and a variety of housing opportunities, at 1900-1920 Association Drive, Reston. Block 1 – Assisted/Independent Living building, Blocks 2, 3 and 4 contain a combination of front loaded and rear loaded townhouses and 2-over-2 flats, Block 5 contains a residential condominium with 154 units and 169,263 square feet of gross floor area, Block 6 contains a 14-story office building with 308,288 square feet of gross floor area, Block 7 contains a 7-story multi-family building with 360 units proposed and Block 8 contains a combination of townhouses and 2-over 2 units. The Planning Commission public hearing has not been scheduled. Additional information online