In the heart of old town Leesburg, there is an area I call the “triangle” contained by Catoctin Circle, East Market St and South King St. The Crescent Place neighborhood, located off Harrison St. in the middle of the triangle and alongside the Washington & Old Dominion Trail, is a result of the redevelopment of the old abandoned window factory. Walkable to the Leesburg Farmer’s Market and a number of long established restaurants and shops, it has been a great new addition while enhancing the character of the neighborhood.
The townhouses and condos in Crescent Place give residents the option to live in a walkable and thriving part of Leesburg. While new construction is sold out, there are some resale and rent opportunities in the neighborhood. Now that the residential construction is wrapping up, it’s time to focus on the new retail tenants in The Shops at Crescent Place.
A great addition for those enjoying the nearby W&OD trail is Transition Triathlon. Recognized as one of the best triathlon stores in the Mid-Atlantic region, don’t be intimidated if you aren’t training for your next IronMan – they have gear for most athletes, offer clinics, and can handle bike repairs too.
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