D.C. Metro’s Purple Line is set to begin construction

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We’re seeing purple!

And soon, folks who live between New Carrollton and Bethesda will be, too.

The much-discussed and long-awaited Purple Line is finally on schedule to begin construction.

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Reston ranked No. 4 city in Virginia for money management; INOVA blood drive, DMV2GO at RTC

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According to WalletHub, Reston residents excel at managing their money. So much in fact that they are the fourth Virginia city on the list that was the result of the website’s study, “2016’s Best & Worst Cities at Money Management.” Reston comes in at #122 out of 2,750 cities, or in the top 95th percentile.

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Microsoft to build “smart city” in Ashburn; Air & Space to host “Kites of Asia” for kids

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Via the Washington Business Journal: “Minh Le and his company, 22 Capital Partners, are proposing to build Gramercy District, a 2.5 million-square-foot, $500 million development on 16 acres fronting the north side of the Dulles Greenway, adjacent to the planned Ashburn Metro station on the Silver Line. Le has landed a Fortune 50 partner in Microsoft Corp. as a co-investor that will bring its expertise, its people and its capital to bear.”

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5 largest homes for sale in Reston; Area craft breweries

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Here are the five largest homes for sale in Reston, based on taxable square footage (does not include basements, even if above ground) as entered into the MRIS as of March 16, 2016.

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Market Conditions for Feb. 2016; Easter events in Reston

mcenearney logoAll indications point that the spring market of real estate has arrived: contracts and inventory are both up — but as the old adage goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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Around Reston: Meet Chad Wallace of Four Spheres Travel

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Chad Wallace, Four Spheres Travel

Moving to Reston is interviewing members of the community who run small businesses that serve the Reston area. In honor of upcoming spring breaks and summer vacations, we spoke with Chad Wallace of Four Spheres Travel.

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Stage like a pro

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Good for any homeowner, staging can minimize a flaw, expand your space, or highlight the focal point of a room. Have you ever wanted your home to look like the pages of a magazine? Take some of the following tips into consideration and before you know it, you will be staging like a pro!

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