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Falcons Landing Gains Approval for Redevelopment and Expansion

by on June 20, 2017
Falcons Landing Gains Approval for Redevelopment and Expansion

  On May 10, 2017, Falcons Landing, a Military Life Plan Community (also commonly referred to as a Continuing Care Retirement Community), received approval from the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors to construct an additional 114 independent living units in a hybrid housing model and an 18-bed memory care facility on its 33-acre property in […]

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Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Approves Expansion of Inova Loudoun Hospital

by on February 13, 2017
Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Approves Expansion of Inova Loudoun Hospital

Last month, at the first business meeting of the year, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning and special exception application that will facilitate the continued expansion of Inova Loudoun Hospital. The approved rezoning will enable Inova Loudoun Hospital to realize the full potential of its zoning density on the 88-acre property. A total […]

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Harris Teeter Grocery Chain to Open Large-Format Store and Fuel Station in Loudoun County

by on October 13, 2016
Harris Teeter Grocery Chain to Open Large-Format Store and Fuel Station in Loudoun County

At the intersection of Northstar Boulevard and Braddock Road, the Kirkpatrick West Commercial Center is located in the heart of Loudoun’s fastest growing area. The population within two miles of the Kirkpatrick West Commercial Center in Loudoun County is projected to increase from just over 20,000 residents to more than 30,000 residents in as few […]

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Poland Hill Will Embody Progress, Stewardship, and Community in Loudoun County

by on March 18, 2016
Poland Hill Will Embody Progress, Stewardship, and Community in Loudoun County

The owners of a section of farmland in Loudoun County have decided the time is right to establish a perennial legacy on the land that provided for them for more than a century. For four generations, the Poland family has owned and farmed an area of Loudoun County south of Route 50 that once encompassed […]

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