"The Reston National Golf Course area should remain as open space forever." - Robert Simon, Founder of Reston, August 14, 2015
The legal case regarding the land use designation of Reston National Golf Course has made it clear: An investor bought into a golf course, and a golf course is what they have.
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scroll down to end for What you can do Wheelock Communities, the Connecticut-based company that bought the Hidden Creek Country Club in north Reston, says it wants to build housing on 40 percent of the golf course land. That’s right—they want to build housing on...read more
Wheelock Communities bought Hidden Creek Country Club in October 2017. Hidden Creek is zoned as a golf course and is intended in the Reston Master Plan to remain a golf course in order to provide planned, open green space as a balance to the high-density development...read more
All Signs Point to Wheelock Communities’ Intention to Build Housing/Roads on Hidden Creek Golf Course
Wheelock views the two adjacent properties it now owns—Hidden Creek Country Club (HCCC) and Charter Oak Apartments (COA)—as one parcel of land available for housing development, according to initial proposals that the Reston Association Board of Directors discussed at...read more
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Golf Courses by the Numbers
166 + 164
Golf Course Acres
RNGC + HCCC
Open Space Since
Reston National Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course Since
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Article by Bill Burton with Photography by Ed Hass and Laurel Wanrow