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    Southern Loudoun get new shopping center

    photoA artistic rendering of the Dulles Landing Shopping Center. Dulles Landing is a 600,000 square foot shopping center, will be located at the corner of Route 50 and Loudoun County Parkway. Rendering Courtesy/Beatty Companies

    Southern Loudoun County will soon be getting a much needed shopping center along the Route 50 corridor to boost retail and consumer spending.

    Dulles Landing, a 600,000 square foot shopping center, broke ground Sept. 20 and is scheduled to be open in fall 2013.

    The shopping center, spanning 80 acres, will sit at the corner of Route 50 and Loudoun County Parkway and will architecturally resemble Loudoun Hunt Countryside.

    Beatty Management Co., the developers of Dulles Landing, has announced two major tenants, Wal-Mart and Petsmart, as the flagship stores in the center.

    Wal-Mart will be a completely new concept store from any other stores in the popular chain. Details of the upscale prototype have not been disclosed at this time.

    Petsmart will also consist of state-of-the-art concepts and include a full-scale veterinary clinic inside the store.

    Joining Wal-Mart and Petsmart in completing negotiations for space include Famous Footwear, Five Below, Hour Eyes, and Sleepy’s.

    According to Jacqueline Kirchner, spokesperson for Beatty Management, the company is still looking for tenants to meet their needs.

    “We would like to have additional big box stores in the categories of electronics, sporting goods and fashion. The smaller tenants we are marketing to will complement the overall tenant mix with retail and service category stores that will appeal to and service the community,” Kirchner said. “We are hoping to have a variety of quick serve restaurants in our first phase to choose from and several large sit down restaurants with outside seating in our restaurant park.”

    According to Beatty officials, several desirable national, regional and local merchants are on the verge of finalizing leases and will be formally announced in the coming weeks.

    John Beatty, owner of Beatty Companies, told Real Estate Bisnow, that Southern Loudoun “lacks easily accessible shopping. As you look west, there’s not much competition until Winchester. South, there’s residential that would otherwise have to go to Gainesville.”

    Kirchner noted the developer is looking for input from residents on the project.

    “We are open to community input on this issue and would love to hear from nearby residents,” Kirchner said.

    For input, contact Beatty Management via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


    “Wal-Mart will be a completely new concept store from any other stores in the popular chain. Details of the upscale prototype have not been disclosed at this time.”

    The rednecks will actually be upscale “burgundy-necks”.

    “Petsmart will also consist of state-of-the-art concepts and include a full-scale veterinary clinic inside the store.”

    State-of-the-art dog store?  Will the people who bring their dogs to the store with them magically not clean up their animals crap?

    Another ground breaking corporate press release (I mean news article) by the LTM.

    This project has been in the works since at least 2008, I’m wondering what took so long to get it to break ground.  It is nothing special though.  Typical cookie-cutter suburban shopping center with a couple big box stores.

    Mosborn -  Shopping centers are always needed in the mind of a commercial real estate developer.  Just like Toll Bros. probably thinks we need more residential in Ashburn.

    mosborn - Likely because there is nothing close for the people in Stone Ridge to shop at. Driving down 50 to 28 is quite a task there at any time.

    How do you define an 80 acre shopping center with a Walmart and a Petsmart as “much needed”?

    Please tell me they are going to connect Loudoun Co Parkway through that undeveloped area before this opens or Ox rd will be a massive disaster.

    An Upscale WalMart? I’ve got to see that.

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