Moving to Reston is interviewing members of the community who are a part of small businesses that serve the Reston area.
Meet Mike Kilian, the Director of Business Development for Mvix, a leading provider of turnkey digital signage, video wall, and interactive kiosk solutions with enterprise content management systems (CMS). Mvix is a member of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce.
Local Real Estate News The search for the perfect home can be tough, but pair that with getting into the right school district and you may feel stumped. How many times have you looked online, only to fall in love with a misleading property that is not within your preferred school boundary line?
Good news! McEnearney.com now offers a School Boundary Search tool to make life a whole lot easier when searching for a new home. It’s simple and easy to use.
NextDooris a free, private social media community for our neighborhood. It allows us in The Hamlet to share information with one another. Members must prove they are residents of the neighborhood in order to join.
Of interest: Joe Grooming is now PR Barbers. Located at Reston Town Center (11944 Market St.), the storefront used the short rental time to try out a brick-and-mortar storefront for its typically online-only business. The store will be operated by Reg Laws, one of the owners of PR at Partners Salons. A second men’s salon, Roosters, is slated to open just a few doors down at 11990 Market St.
As college seniors are weighing offers, negotiating salaries and trying to decide where they’ll be after graduation, DataFox crunched the numbers to find 10 cities with the networking opportunities, affordability and growth potential that should put them on the radar of any new grad who wants to work in tech.
Finances have been put in place to create a bikeshare community in Reston and Tysons. The $1.7 million plan was approved last week during the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting. The Board signed off on the county’s grant application for the Virginia Department of Transportation’s FY 2017 Transportation Alternatives Program back in October. The grant, worth $400,000, will go to pay for bicycles and bicycle stations, as well as anything else needed to get the program up and running.