Land Use Attorney Pete Dolan and Land Use Planner Marian Harders worked with Florida based Sage Development Group and Bourne Financial Group to obtain a Special Use Permit for the development of Harper’s Station, a 260,000 sf Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), which will consist of a 3-story main building and seven villa units. Harper’s Station will offer a variety of amenities, including meals, specialized trained staff on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, housekeeping, swimming pool, fitness/therapy room and many social outlets for the residents. The community will offer three levels of care: independent living, assisted living, and memory care. The Harper’s Station campus will be situated on approximately 8.6 acres and will be located on the east side of Route 15, just north of the Route 15/Route 29 intersection.
At full build-out, Harpers Station will offer 18 memory care units, 50 assisted living units, 115 independent units and 7 independent villa units, for a total of 190 units (263 beds). Architecturally, all buildings will provide 360º architectural treatments that will include high quality building materials such as brick and stone veneer, hardie board and decorative metal treatments. Recreation opportunities will be provided within the main building and outdoors in internal courtyards and passive recreation open areas. The Special Use Permit was approved by the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors on November 20, 2018 and is projected to open in the first quarter of 2020.