Stock Up the Home by Buying Bulk and Paying Less

Shoppers can stock up the home for less money by buying bulk. Costco is located at 7373 Boston Boulevard Springfield, VA 22153. The phone number for Costco is 703-912-1203. Costco carries a wide variety of items including but not limited to: groceries, technology, clothing, and home goods.

 

Reston Opportunity for Options

Reston has been an up and coming city in Fairfax county over the last few years.  The growth it has experienced has given buyers plenty of room to decided what kind of home best meets their need.  Whether you want a neighborhood or city experience.  Reston has definitely got whatever you need.  It has tried to meet he needs of their community by adding several shopping centers and has quickly become one of the premier places to shop, dine, and socialize amongst Northern Virginians.

Reston Town Center is located in the hear of city and quite frankly you can drive for several blocks and find something to interest you or your family.  Right around the block from Reston Town Center is another shopping center that offers access to stores like Best Buy, Lane Bryant, Barne’s & Nobles, and Men’s Warehouse.  There are grocery stores integrated in these shopping centers as well like Harris Teeter.  What’s nice is that all of this action is surrounded by quiet neighborhoods of condos, townhomes, or single family homes.

Commuters will also be pleased by the ability to get to the metro quickly when trying to beat the morning rush.  Reston straddles the Dulles Toll Road so you never have to worry about getting in and out of the city.  In all honesty, I could go on and on about all that Reston has to offer.  It is one of those places you have to see and experience to understand.  Reston has a lot opportunity for a lot of buyers, it just depends on what your’re looking for.

Properties in 20191

Got Duke?

Duke Street is a popular and vivacious street in Alexandria.  It is lined with offices, high-rises, shops, and restaurants.  It is quite the eclectic mix of old and new.  Alexandria is rich with history and full of new life as it has grown to be one of Northern Virginia’s top places to settle.  Local delicacies are easy to find and the adventurer never gets bored.

Landmark Mall caters to traditional shoppers with stores such as Sears, Macy’s, and Victoria Secret.  There is plenty to do to pass the time.  Walking down the street you can explore various international cuisines such as Mayur Indian Restaurant.  This is fine Indian dining that any palate could enjoy.  You have a number of choices if you prefer Asian, Italian, or American cuisine.  Whatever your taste buds desire, you will not be disappointed.

There is no shortage of history with civil war reenactments, 200 year old buildings, and monuments.  Tourists are amazed at the amount of historic richness that the city itself has managed to preserve and pass on from generation to generation.  Walking down Duke can almost transport you back in time but you are quickly reminded that it is 2011 by all of the modern hot spots available.

Located in the heart of one of 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destination winners, this street is sure to leave a memorable impression.  Its year round draw has kept visitors swarming in year after year.

Whole Foods in Northern Virginia

Whole Foods offering natural organic produce
Whole Foods offering natural organic produce

The world’s leader of natural and organic foods, Whole Foods began in 1980 as a small shop with 19 employees in Austin Texas, with now over 270 stores throughout North America and the U.K. Whole Foods offers quality, least processed natural foods without sweeteners, preservatives and colorings, while paying forward with contributions from each store to food banks, local non profit organizations and events.

Whole Foods began their journey to success by John Mackey and Renee Lawson Hardy of Safer Way Natural Foods and Craig Weller and Mark Silers of Clarksville Natural Grocery. Expansion of Whole Foods commenced in 1984 with stores opening in the West Coast in 1989. In 2002, Whole Foods reached Canada and the U.K in 2004.

Whole Foods in Northern Virginia provides utmost convenience for many residents who wish to shop for natural organic food.

Whole Foods stores in Northern Virginia:

Whole Food Market in Old Town

Monday to Sunday: 8am to 10pm

1700 Duke Street

Alexandria VA 22314

Whole Foods Market –

Lunch is enjoyed at Whole Foods in the Carlyle District with many USPTO employees patronizing the store
Lunch is enjoyed at Whole Foods in the Carlyle District with many USPTO employees patronizing the store

Monday to Friday: 8am to 10:30pm

2700 Wilson Blvd

Arlington VA 22201

Whole Foods Market – Fair Lakes

Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm

4501 Market Commons Drive

Fairfax VA 22033

Whole Foods Market – Tysons

Monday to Friday: 8am to 9:30pm

7511 Leesburg Pike

Falls Church, VA 22043

Whole Food Market –

Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm

11660 Plaza America Drive

Reston, VA 20191

Whole Foods Market-

Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm

8402 Old Keene Mill Road

Springfield VA 22152

Whole Foods Market-

Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm

143 Maple Avenue East

Vienna VA 22180

Whole Foods Market-

Monday to Saturday: 8am to 10pm

Sunday: 8am to 9pm

300 Shoppers World Court

Charlottesville, VA 22902