Loudoun has almost a dozen world-class commercial developments located within a short drive of Washington-Dulles International Airport. Several are transit-oriented developments that will be within walking distance of commuter train stations that will be open in 2020. Other developments are walkable urban communities that are a mix of office, retail and residential.

Transit-Oriented Developments

Loudoun Station


Loudoun Station is located at the Ashburn Metro Station, the terminus of the Metro Silver Line. Aimed at commuters, this community features BLVD, a 357-unit apartment complex. Loudoun Station will also feature 1 million square feet of class-A office space and 300,000 square feet planned for restaurants, retail and a hotel. Learn more about what’s coming to Loudoun Station on their website.

Moorefield Station


Moorefield Station will be one of the Loudoun developments located at the Ashburn Metro Station stop. Still in its initial stages, this land has been approved for 9.5 million square feet of office space, a hotel, as well as residential, retail and commercial space. Learn more about their plans from property documents.

Walkable Urban Communities

One Loudoun


Billed as “Loudoun’s New Downtown,” this Miller and Smith development will feature 3 million square feet of class-A office space, over 700,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space, 1,040 residential units and a baseball/soccer stadium. Visit the One Loudoun website to keep up with this booming development.

Brambleton Town Center

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Brambleton Town Center is located at North Star Blvd. and Ryan Rd. This mixed-use development features more than 50 specialty stores, services and restaurants. Learn more about Brambleton on their website.

Dulles Town Center


Located near the intersection of Route 7 and Route 28, The Dulles Town Center mall has been a major part of Loudoun since the late 1990s. Lerner Enterprises is currently expanding Dulles Town Center, and will add a total of 5.4 million square feet of office, commercial and retail space. Visit Lerner’s website for more information on the planned expansion.

Gramercy District at Ashburn Station


Gramercy District at Ashburn Station will occupy a prime space right off of the Dulles Greenway at the Ashburn Metro Station, the terminus of the Metro Silver Line. The site will connect all major employment centers by Metrorail, international businesses via Dulles Airport, and visitors and tourists to Loudoun’s wineries, farms, and equestrian events. The development is more than 2.5 million square feet of development, providing 590 multi-family dwelling units and 735,000 square feet of mixed-use office and retail space, and is expected to cost more than $500 million. An additional 147,000 square feet will be dedicated to parks, civic and open space. For more information, contact Minh Le of 22 Capital Partners.

Pre-Construction Phase

Kincora


Developed by TriTec Real Estate and Norton Scott LLC, Kincora will be located at the intersection of Routes 7 and 28. At full build-out, Kincora will feature more than 4 million square feet of class-A office space, with 500,000 square feet of restaurants and retail, a performing arts center, a hotel and 1,400 multi-family units. For more information on what Kincora will have to offer, visit their website.

The Hub


Developed by DWC Holdings LLC, the Hub is located at the intersection of the Dulles Toll Road and Route 28. It will offer more than 3 million square feet of class-A office space, 1,265 residential units, 400,000 square feet of retail, 130,000 square feet of civic space and a 150-room hotel.

The Hub will sit across from Washington-Dulles International Airport and will be partially located in Fairfax county. It will be directly accessible via the Innovation Center Silver Line stop.

Arcola Center


Arcola Center is a mixed-use community developed by Buchanan Partners. At full build-out, it will offer 2.1 million square feet of office space, 1.1 million square feet of retail, three hotels and 1,169 residential units. Learn more and follow their progress on the Arcola Center website.