By Leslie Perales
Observer Staff Writer
Reston Association's planning and zoning committee took a look at Comstock Partners' plans to build thousands of parking spaces and more than 1 million square feet of mixed-use development next to the Wiehle Avenue Metro station.
The committee originally looked at the plans in September but asked Comstock and its representatives to return in a few months with more detailed plans. The first time around the committee was most concerned with traffic flow in and out of the development and the concern remained at Tuesday night's meeting.
Comstock's plans call for nearly 4,700 total parking spaces between the garage for the Metro and the garages for the mixed-use buildings, which will include three office buildings, one hotel, one residential building and possible sixth building. The sixth building's use will be determined by the market in the future, according to developers.
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