Comstock Looks To Add New Components To Loudoun Station Phase 2
The developer is seeking to increase the number of residential units and add a continuing care facility, grocery store and drive-thru retail, the Washington Business Journal reports.
The previous plans for Phase 2, which Comstock aims to deliver in 2019, called for 268 apartments with 26K SF of retail. The developer has filed new plans that look to increase the multifamily component to 319 units. It also wants to add a grocery store of at least 10K SF and retail along Gramercy Park Drive with drive-thru service that could serve a possible pharmacy.
Comstock is currently building a 1,433-space parking garage for the Ashburn Metro station, which will be the terminus of the Silver Line's Phase 2 when it delivers in 2020.
Phase 2 is the next development stage at Loudoun Station, but it likely will not be the last. The development is entitled for 900 residential units, which Comstock hopes to increase, plus 500K SF of office and 200K SF of retail.