As Reston turns 50, founder Robert Simon looks ahead, celebrates his own milestone

In the beginning, there were 6,750 acres of trees, fields, and cows — and a self-described “Jewish guy from Manhattan” with a yellow legal pad, trying to figure out what to do with this large chunk of land that he was about to buy in the suburbs of Washington.     Read more……..


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