We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
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Now Offering All-Day Dining
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We’re welcoming brighter days as our residents have the chance to enjoy group activities, communal dining, social events, and indoor visitation, subject to community operating status.
Located in Reston, Virginia, just minutes from shopping and dining, and next door to some of the Northern Virginia’s best healthcare, senior living at Sunrise at Reston Town Center means our residents enjoy a full, rich life—and their families enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing their loved ones are receiving the highest quality care.
We pride ourselves in our team of experienced staff, some of whom have been part of our Northern Virginia assisted living community since its inception. Our light-filled community is easy for our residents to navigate, and our extensive activity program includes oil painting, cooking, a walking club, flower arranging, bridge, canasta, poker, Bible study, kosher breakfast, and Scrabble, among many other options! And when residents and their families want to venture out for shopping and entertainment, the many offerings of Reston Town Center are just around the corner.
Contact us about booking a tour. We look forward to speaking with you!
Our community hosted the Second Annual Taste of Sunrise-Iron Chef Competition, an exciting, friendly competition between Sunrise's culinary experts.
One Sunrise at Reston Town Center team member held her wedding at the community so that residents and family members could be involved in her special day! Read this story from the Reston Connection.
In summer 2019, our community began hosting an evening speaker's series called "Created Conversations"! It brings noted journalists and authors to the community so that residents can engage in creative, intellectual dialogue. Read page 5 of this issue of the Reston Connection to learn more.
View our Caregiver Support Group announcement on page 7 of the Reston Connection.