Metrorail train testing has begun in eastern Loudoun County, one year ahead of the target date for construction completion on the Silver Line extension.
It’s all possible here, with the strength of two business-friendly counties and an apparatus of higher education and private sector partners, all dedicated to business success. The key is personal touch.
Northern Virginia is a strong location for technology company headquarters, including a site straddling the Loudoun and Fairfax county borders.
Metrorail will open in Loudoun County in 2020, but opportunities to locate your business here are available right now. Here are some construction updates.
More than $6 billion in new commercial investment helps to fund projects that improve the lives of county residents, as well as keep the costs down when a project is financed.
The 15-year lease will consolidate CBP’s Northern Virginia OIT offices and in total, over 3,700 CBP positions will move to Loudoun, including engineers, technicians, scientists and support personnel.
Brian Tinsman Digital Properties Manager On Wednesday, April 19, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority held its monthly business meeting at Loudoun’s Washington Dulles International Airport. Lori Aratani, a transportation and development specialist for the Washington Post, tweeted out updates…
The Silver Line Phase 2 extension is more than 56 percent complete. Loudoun County’s greenfield space surrounding the new stations sets Loudoun apart from other transit-oriented developments in the region, and offers build-to-suit Loudoun possibilities just a single-seat Metro ride…