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Monday, July 21, 2014

Fairfax Hunt Club ponders exit from Reston, residential redevelopment possible, Washington Business Journal, July 21, 2014

The Fairfax Hunt clubhouse in Reston sits on 8 acres to be redeveloped.
The historic Fairfax Hunt Club is eying an exit from its longtime Reston home.
Robert Hostler, president of Fairfax Hunt Inc., submitted a proposal to the Reston Master Plan special study to rezone the property at 1321 Lake Fairfax Drive for residential, or at least to allow for the possibility of future residential development. The land is currently zoned only for private recreation.
According to the online submission, “The Owner, Fairfax Hunt Inc., is considering relocating its operations and desires to have the option for this property to be converted to residential as are the surrounding properties.”
Hostler could not be reached for comment. . .
The Fairfax Hunt review will be included in the second phase (of the Reston Master Plan revision), as will a proposal to add 40 townhomes and three new low-rise multifamily buildings to the Colvin Woods community (formerly the Carter Lake apartments).
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These two proposals were mentioned in DPZ's Friday RMP P2 e-mail update although it provided no details.

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