TRITEC Real Estate Inc. has begun construction on a 333-unit complex at Kincora called The Jameson, joining condos that Lennar is building and the nearly complete Heronview Apartments.
Did you know that up to 70% of the world’s internet traffic flows through Loudoun County’s data centers every day? Global data center solutions provider CyrusOne is about to put the big in ‘big data’ by expanding their 40-acre site at Kincora by 1.3 million square feet.
We’re excited to announce that Lennar will be offering stunning townhome condos at Kincora, and will provide the community’s only residential ownership opportunity!
We couldn’t be more proud to tell you what it is; The National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations (NMISO) will construct its state-of-the-art facility at Kincora.
Kincora is proud to announce that our first building permit has been issued. The Windy Hill Foundation has begun construction on Heronview Apartments, a 96-unit project offering affordable workforce housing. The building has started and will be completed before the end of 2018.
Study after study has shown that engaging with nature is beneficial to your health.
With the completion of the Gloucester/Pacific Transportation Plan, construction teams are getting down to the heavy work of the community’s main infrastructure.
These heron families are an integral part of the Kincora story, serving as the feathered mascots for our 165-acre park and community.
At Kincora, we are creating a transit-connected community to ensure we’re taking advantage of the latest thinking in urban development.
We expect to see our neighbors again in late March to early April, just in time for them to restore their nests and lay eggs! We have planned the sixth annual Kincora HeronFest for Earth Day, Saturday, April 22nd, when we expect our siege to be settled-in from its journey.
For everyone here at Kincora, 2016 was a resounding success.
Our work to complete the Gloucester/Pacific Comprehensive Transportation Plan over the course of 2016 is done!
We have been working in conjunction with VDOT and Loudoun County to implement the Glouchester/Pacific Comprehensive Transportation Plan meant to improve traffic flow on Route 28, as well as in and around the Nokes Boulevard interchange. The opening of the Pacific Boulevard connection to Russell Branch Parkway this coming winter marks the completion of this plan and the community’s main infrastructure.
Unparalleled views and natural amenities make Broad Run one of our favorite spots on the entire Kincora property.
With school back in session, it’s a great time to think about an exciting destination coming to Kincora, the Children’s Science Center, a place that will inspire future innovators for many generations to come.
Thank you to everyone who came by our Kincora Coffee Stand Friday morning! We offered this token of our appreciation at the conclusion of the Gloucester Parkway bridge’s construction to reiterate our love of Loudoun County and our excitement for this new, much-needed infrastructure.
Gloucester Parkway is now open! We’re excited and proud that Gloucester Parkway’s extension is finally creating an impact to Loudoun County as a whole by relieving traffic and lowering response times.
In the spirit of summer and in honor of our nation’s independence, we would like to share a few helpful reminders about summertime fire safety.
The planning for Kincora’s nature trails has begun! We spent the week of May 9th walking, hiking and exploring to find the best areas of the community in which to place the trails.
As our way of giving back to the greater Loudoun County community, we have provided funding to build the bridge you may have seen under construction from Nokes Boulevard, just as you cross over Route 28. This roadway will soon connect Loudoun County Parkway with Pacific Boulevard.
Nestled along the whispering streams of Broad Run River is one of the largest great blue heron rookeries on the East Coast.
Kincora, also known as the palace of Ceann Coradh, was situated on the summit of the hill in Killaloe town, Ireland. Though Kincora was built as a defense against the Vikings in the ninth century, it was under the rule of Brian Boru in the 11th century that the palace achieved its greatest glory.
Our new website has launched and we’re excited to share everything that’s going on with Loudoun County’s extraordinary, upcoming, 6.7-million-square-foot, mixed-use community and lifestyle center. Our onsite safety center is already open and serving the..