Crescent Place

by on April 9, 2014

Our client, Leesburg Acquisition Partners LLC, sought approval for a mixed-use showcase project in Leesburg, Virginia. The development property was an assemblage of the abandoned “Barber and Ross” and “Perry Engineering” properties, which had been long-viewed by the Town of Leesburg as the centerpiece properties that needed to redevelop in order to “kick-start” implementation of their Crescent District Master Plan.

WCL&W was hired to navigate this process.

In order to achieve the client’s goal, WCL&W filed and processed a Zoning Amendment application and incorporated an adjacent AT&T utility site.

Success was achieved with approval of a mixed-use showcase project that includes 224 residential units and 32,000 square feet of commercial space.




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