Tag Archives: Mixed-use

Jul
10
How to Market Long Island to Millennials

Convincing young adults to stay on Long Island is vital to the regional economy. Recent studies by the Suburban Millennial Institute and Molloy College report, “30% of the young adult Long Islanders who responded said they were planning on leaving Long Island.”  Long Island also lost 15% of its 20-34 year olds during the last census period. An economic study released in February of 2016

Jun
14
Kincora Announces Major Data Center Transaction with CyrusOne

Kincora – the 6.7 million square foot mixed-use development at the corner of Route 7 and Route 28 – today announced the sale of 40 acres to CyrusOne, the global data center solutions provider. CyrusOne will bring $1,000,000,000 in new investment to Loudoun County, Virginia, through the development of data centers totaling over 900,000 square feet at the Southwest quadrant of the Nokes

Mar
17
The Story of Kincora

In observance of our Irish heritage and in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we’d like to share the story behind our community’s name. Kincora, also known as the palace of Ceann Coradh, was situated on the summit of the hill in Killaloe town, Ireland. Though Kincora was built as a defense against the Vikings in the ninth century, it was under the rule of Brian Boru in the 11th century

Apr
06
Hello, Herons!

Nestled along the whispering streams of Broad Run River is one of the largest great blue heron rookeries on the East Coast. It is located near NoVa’s Routes 28 and 7, at the lush green site where Kincora is rising. The woodland surrounding the river is currently home to over 70 nests. Great blue herons are commonly found wading in pristine wetlands, foraging for food. They typically feed on

May
20
Blazing Trails

The planning for the nature trails at Kincora, our 424 acre mixed-use development in Loudoun County, has begun! We spent the week of May 9th walking, hiking and exploring to find the best areas of the community in which to place the trails. Kincora’s trail network will be a destination in itself, covering more than three miles and featuring an array of outdoor amenities. Observation areas,