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Retail Plans Submitted For Kincora In Loudoun

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Once complete, the mighty Kincora project will take up a huge swath of land straddling the line between Ashburn and Sterling. It aspires to be filled with residential townhomes and apartments, streets filled with retail shops and restaurants, hotels, nature walks through the trees where herons nest — and not one, but two world-class museums.

But it has been a long time coming — more than a decade. So far, several apartment buildings have been built on the property near the intersection of Route 7 and State Road 28. There’s also a Wawa and a fire station. And a church is under construction.

Now, besides that Wawa, the first proposed retail space — a block along Boru Drive filled with restaurants and shops on the ground level with residences above — is working its way through the Loudoun County land application system.

Read the full article in The Burn.