ICF moves global headquarters to Comstock’s Reston Station

ICF moves global headquarters to Comstock’s Reston Station

Global consulting and digital services firm ICF will move its global headquarters to Comstock’s 1902 Reston Metro Plaza at Reston Station in Reston, Virginia.

According to a statement by Comstock Holding Companies Inc., a diversified real estate development and asset management company, ICF has signed a lease agreemnt for a full building at Reston Station in the heart of Northern Virginia’s Technology Corridor.

Comstock recently began construction of the third trophy-class office tower on Metro Center Plaza, adjacent to the Metro’s Reston-East Metro Station and will complete construction of the base building in 2021. ”Interior improvements will be completed in time for ICF occupancy in 2022. The glass and steel tower spans over 200,000 square feet,” said in the statement..

“We are confident that Reston Station has everything we need to provide one of the best employee experiences in the Washington D.C. metro area,” said John Wasson, Chief Executive Officer of ICF.

“Having our global headquarters in the heart of a rapidly expanding technology corridor directly supports our strategic growth plans and provides so many more conveniences to our employees,” he added.

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ICF will be joining Google, Neustar, Rolls-Royce North America, British Telecom, and Spaces by Regus that have selected Reston Station for their home in the Dulles Corridor. Among the largest mixed-use and transit-oriented developments in the Washington, D.C. region, Reston Station covers nearly 40 acres spanning the Dulles Toll Road and is currently the only transit-oriented development in the Dulles Corridor with an operating Metro Station onsite.

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