Kincora, the 424-acre mixed-use community at the corner of Rt. 7 and Rt. 28 in Ashburn, will celebrate two major milestones with a free coffee stand for motorists at the intersection of Gloucester Parkway and Pacific Boulevard on Friday, Aug. 12.
Kincora, co-developed by TRITEC Real Estate, Inc. and Norton Scott LLC, is celebrating the opening of Gloucester Parkway at Kincora and the sale of the the development’s first million square feet of commercial office to CyrusOne.
The first 250 visitors to the coffee stand will receive a free, reusable, biodegradable Kincora travel mug. The stand will be open from 7 to 9 a.m.
Located on the west side of Rt. 28 and south of Rt. 7, Kincora’s master plan features millions of square feet of Class A office and retail space, hotels, a dedicated cultural and science center, and 1,400 apartments and condominiums.
The developers say Kincora’s 160-acre riverside park, with over 3 miles of trails, will allow residents and visitors to explore and experience nature from every corner of the community. In the most significant, upfront commitment ever made in Loudoun County, Kincora has enabled an unprecedented investment of $154 million in regional transportation and public infrastructure.