Rolls-Royce moves headquarters to Comstock’s Reston Station

Rolls-Royce moves headquarters to Comstock’s Reston Station

Rolls-Royce North America will move its headquarters to Reston Station in early 2020. The company will re-locate from Reston Town Center into the first of three Trophy-Class office towers at Reston Station, 1900 Reston Metro Plaza developed and managed by Comstock Holding Companies, Inc., a diversified real estate development and asset management company.

The 16-story glass tower, the first Virginia building designed by world-renowned architect, Helmut Jahn, features a concrete exoskeleton structural system that facilitates completely column free interior office spaces.

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The office tower also features market-leading outdoor amenity spaces including multiple rooftop event and social spaces with catering kitchens, a fitness facility, a multi-room conference facility and a two-story glass lobby on the Metro Plaza.

“Rolls-Royce has made its impact on the world throughout history and they continue to be a global force in business and manufacturing,” said Tim Steffan, EVP/Asset Management, Development and Leasing at Comstock in a statement. 

Reston serves as headquarters for Rolls-Royce North America, providing leadership for all Rolls-Royce operations in the U.S. and Canada. Reston also serves as the worldwide headquarters for Rolls-Royce’s Defense business and Corporate & Regional Aircraft business.