The nation’s wealthiest county is also home to some exciting new mixed-use projects including Kincora, Arcola, and Dulles World Center. Loudoun is also the site of a growing number of data and technology center projects. Come hear from the developers and executives leading the projects that are shaping the future of the county.
- What significant mixed-use projects are underway? And when will they deliver?
- Is the data center growth trend likely to continue? And what will that mean for the county?
- What impact will the metro have on Loudoun?
- What are the other key trends and obstacles that will affect Loudoun County over the next decade?
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Hilton Washington Dulles Airport
13869 Park Center Road, Herndon, VA 20171
|7:00 AM – 8:00 AM||Breakfast & Networking|
|8:00 AM – 8:45 AM||Mixed-Use Project Panel|
|8:45 AM – 9:30 AM||Data Center & Technology Panel|
|9:30 AM – 10:00 AM||Post-Game Networking|
Space is limited
Loudoun County Board of Supervisors
|Chairman York was elected as Chair in Nov. ‘99 and was re-elected in ‘03 and ‘07. He currently serves on the Board of Supervisors’ Transportation/Land Use Committee and Finance, Government Services and Operations Committee. He also represents the Board on the County’s Economic Development Commission, on the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority and on the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. |
|Jim oversees Greenfield Partner’s assets in the DC market including Dulles World Center, a mixed-use community in the Route 28 corridor that will include 4.1M SF of office, retail, hotel and civic space and apartments.|
|Dan focuses on financing, leasing and asset management for Tritec including Kincora, a $2B mixed use project at the intersection of Rtes. 7 and 28, that Dan will include 4M SF of office, 1,400 residential units, and 475k SF of retail, plus a $25M, 5,500-seat baseball stadium for the Loudoun Hounds.|
|Peter co-founded Latisys (formerly Managed Data Holdings) in 2007. Latisys operates high-density Tier III data centers located in all four U.S. time zones, including a very recent expansion into a 123k SF data center campus in Ashburn. |
EVP, Development and Construction
|Since 1972 when Ted Lerner bought the property at Route 7 and Route 28, Lerner has been an integral part of Loudoun’s growth. In the 1980s along with the Abramson Family, Lerner purchased what is now Vintage Park at Loudoun Gateway, Sterling Business Park, Highpoint Business Park, Beaumeade, The 1757 Golf Club Property, The residences at Roundhill and the 554 acre Dulles Town Center mixed development. Lerner is the largest taxpaying entity in Loudoun with assessed values directly and thru partnerships of close to $600 million dollars.|
Miller and Smith
|Bill is the Managing Director of One Loudoun, a 358 acre mixed-use community at Route 7 and Loudoun County Parkway that will be home to the World Trade Center Dulles Airport, 3.1M SF of office, 700,000 SF of retail, 750 hotel rooms and 1040 residential units. One Loudoun is a joint venture of North America Sekisui House (NASH) and Miller and Smith. |
Director of Business Development
|Buddy is the Business Development Officer for Loudoun County. His focus is on the technology arena including Loudoun’s thriving Data Center cluster. He works with a stable of companies that include Digital Realty Trust, DuPont Fabros, Equinix, AOL, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Neustar and the Washington Redskins.|
|*More Speakers to be Announced*|