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    New tenants slated for Village at Leesburg

    The Village at Leesburg is expected to see quite a bit of expansion over the next year.

    The Hair Cuttery, BonChon, Comfort One Shoes and a Marine Corps Recruiting Center have all recently signed leases to move into the mixed-use development.

    Add to that the addition of Under the Olive Tree, Bello Pranzo Pizzeria, AFIS Jewelers, a SwimKids location and Eye Level Learning, which had previously signed leases, and the Village at Leesburg can hope to fill in some of the void left by the Coldwater Creek, Pinkberry and Hamilton Furniture closings.

    “Village at Leesburg is the perfect place to open a business,” said Susan Bourgeois, director of leasing and brokerage for Rappaport, the company that oversees leasing at Village at Leesburg. “Situated on Route 7, the strong-tenant mix and bustling community in the wealthiest and second fastest growing county in the country make it a very easy choice for business owners.”

    BonChon serves South Korean food centered around their fried chicken.

    Comfort One shoes will join Potomac River Running as the two shoe stores in the development.


    Meanwhile the Marine Corps is planning a 1,810-square-foot recruiting center.
    Comments

    correction I meant exiting river creek pkwy/Crosstrail Blvd 7E bound… not 7W bound.

    Lowes parking lot is badly designed as well . Too many popular big box stores (Walmart, Lowes, and Sams Club). Not to mentioned Chick Fil A and Ethan Allan. There is a a “side” entrance/exit by the sams club gas station that works out better than the “main” entrance/exit, but that won’t help if going to the north side of the parking lot (Lowes). Definitely this helps going to Sams and Walmart.


    Everett I am going to agree with you on something, that parking lot is terrible, only second to the Lowes lot in Sterling.

    However a near by Bon Chon is welcome news. I will brave the terrible parking lot for those tasty chicken wings.


    “Village at Leesburg is the perfect place to open a business,”

    Except it is a nightmare getting in and out. One way in and one way out.

    Also, people cannot read. When exiting from 7W it clearly states “no turn on red” but half the people still turn on red. The other day I saw a Leesburg Police pull someone over right in front me for running that light. I waved at the driver and smiled !

    I prefer Giant and HT. Less crowds and the customers and employees are friendly towards me. The employees smile to me and say “Hey Everett…how you doing today?”

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