(Updated at 11:40 a.m.) Reston Town Center and its neighboring development RTC West now have one thing in common: paid parking.
Real estate investment trust company JBG Smith plans to institute paid parking at the office and retail complex, a representative for the company told FFXnow.
The first three hours of parking will remain free at the site, said a spokesperson for JBG Smith. The timeline for implementing paid parking and the parking rates have not yet been determined.
The spokesperson said no further information on the change — including why it is under consideration — was available.
Tenants of the center reported varying understandings of how and when paid parking will go into effect. A representative for Starbucks noted that a parking garage tucked away behind the building still remains free.
Other tenants said it was unclear if parking will be validated beyond the three-hour free period.
In the past, frequenters have reported challenges navigating tight turns and on surface parking lots.
RTC West is also served by a four-level parking garage with 1,619 parking spaces.
H/t to Katie Faust
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