Workers Prepare Former Antiques Emporium for New Tenants

Construction crews have begun working on the large historic district building that housed the Leesburg Antiques Emporium for two decades, preparing it for new tenants.

The 10,000-square-feet building is being divided into several units, but the names of the future tenants have not yet been released. According to Vaaler Commercial Real Estate, one tenant has signed for the south bay at the corner of King and Loudoun streets, another tenant is expected to sign soon for the north bay, and there are three remaining bays still available.

The Leesburg Antiques Emporium moved out of the large building at 32 S. King St. after calling it home for 22 years.

The former Leesburg Antique Emporium building is being divided into five bays. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]

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