The area around the future Ashburn Station metro stop may still be mostly unbuilt green and open land, but don’t be fooled – there are plans in the making and leases being signed! So many that this will be a two part post, starting with two developments on the North side of the Dulles Greenway, Loudoun Station and Gramercy District.

Loudoun Station

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Senor Tequila’s is Hiring

Developed by Comstock Partners, Loudoun Station is the first mixed use retail space to be built out near the future silver line metro stop.  You may know it as the place with Starplex Cinemas and the Zone but there is more planned for the space.  Later this Fall Senor Tequila’s will add another dining option to the mix, joining Blackfinn, Burger21, Basil Leaf and Famous Toastery.

Also coming to the development this Fall is Pulse Inferno a new gym from the masterminds behind Pilates in the Park and District Bootcamp.

 

Recently opened outdoor space includes a stage and water splash pad at District Park.  The community is also home to a Sunday Farmer’s Market, Pilates in the Park, outdoor movies/concerts and more fun events.

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Parking for  Metro Under Construction

Currently under construction between the movie theatre and the Greenway is the parking garage which will eventually serve as metro passenger parking when the rail line opens in 2020.

If you want to live in the middle of it all, check out BLVD at Loudoun Station‘s luxury apartments. If you prefer to own, here is the list of current homes for sale nearby.

Phase 2 of Loudoun Station will include another 500,000 sq ft of combined retail and office space and two more phases of residential space, expected to be underway about the same time metro opens.

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Current and Future Development Planned for Loudoun Station

Gramercy District

Brought to life by some heavy hitting folks in the tech industry (Microsoft veterans included) Gramercy District is envisioned as a high tech, walkable place to work, live and play and tucked between Loudoun Station and the Dulles Greenway, right next to the future Ashburn Station.  Developed by 22 City Link the mixed use space is being billed as an innovation campus where retailers can benefit from the knowledge of tech workers and educators – not just their spending.

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Artist’s Rendering of the Future Gramercy District

Expected to open the first spaces in 2018, Gramercy District will eventually include retail, residential, co-working and training-oriented space plus apartments, a hotel, high-rise offices and a startup accelerator.

 

 

About Michelle
I am a REALTOR in Northern Virginia and a 14 year resident (and cheerleader) of Loudoun County.  I take the time to get to know every unique client and community and they benefit from my unrivaled neighborhood knowledge. By bringing my personal touch, straight forward style and proactive marketing plan to the buying and selling process, I provide exceptional results to clients whether they are in Ashburn, Aldie, Broadlands, Leesburg, Purcellville, Herndon, Reston or beyond (I can find you a great agent anywhere in the U.S!).

 

One Comment on “Coming to Ashburn Station (North)

  1. Pingback: Coming to Ashburn Station (North) | Michelle Frank, Realtor

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