Neustar, a Sterling, Virginia-based information technology company, has decided to move its headquarters along with more than 400 employees to a new building under development at Reston Station.
According to wtop.com, “Neustar will anchor one of three office towers being developed by Reston-based Comstock Holding Cos. on Reston Metro Plaza, at 1906 Reston Metro Plaza, consolidating from two current headquarters buildings at its Sterling campus.”
Neustar President and CEO Charlie Gottdiener said, “This is a big investment that addresses both our current and future requirements. The new office will also enhance Neustar’s ability to attract and retain emerging tech talent, address current workspace needs and foster future growth in a sustainably-minded environment.”
As per wtop.com, “Reston Station is currently one of the largest mixed-use transit-oriented developments in the D.C. region, covering 40 acres from the Dulles Toll Road and surrounding the Wiehle Reston-East Metro station. About 2 million square feet of office and residential building is already completed with 2 million more in development. More than 1,000 people already live there.”