Loudoun Station signs five new tenants
Once open in 2018, the terminus at Loudoun Station will make it the first transit-oriented development to be served by Metro when phase 2 of the Silver Line is completed.
Early next year, Loudoun Station will be a hub for thousands of Loudoun's commuters with a planned commuter lot and bus shelters. Commuters will have immediate connectivity to the new phase I Metro stations in Tysons Corner and Reston.
Burger 21, Title Boxing Club, In Style Nails, First Impressions Dental and the Zone Family Amusement Center will all be opening doors in the multi-use development adjacent to the Loudoun Station Metro stop.
All five businesses will be in the lower levels of the almost fully leased BLVD luxury apartment buildings.
First Impressions Dental is already open for business and is accepting new patients.
Title Boxing, In Style Nails and Burger 21 are under construction and scheduled to open in the coming months.
Title Boxing provides group classes for women and men in boxing and kickboxing disciplines.
Burger 21 is a semi-fast burger franchise founded in 2010 offering alternative burger styles as well as traditional burgers and other options.
Construction will begin soon on The Zone, which features laser tag, cosmic golf, miniature bowling and an arcade for the family.
The apartments at the BLVD Loudoun Station have proven to be popular with approximately 1,000 residents already calling it home. The opening of the retail establishments is highly anticipated and is expected to boost more sales.
Additional retail and restaurant spaces are still available and Comstock is looking to complete the the initial leasing phase of retail at Loudoun Station.
Commercial interest in the project continues to rise with the visible presence of phase 2 Metro construction preparation up and down the Greenway.
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