It dominates the area as the highest site in eastern Loudoun County, affording views of the mountains 20 miles to the west. When completed, the 174-acre Village will include; 650 homes being built by Centex Homes, a 180,000 square foot Goose Creek Village Center, and 800,000 square feet of office space sitting atop the Dulles Toll Road extension, known as the Dulles Greenway. As shown on the master plan, the developers have dedicated, in perpetuity, a 40-acre open space area along Goose Creek Village with nature trails throughout, offering a unique recreational opportunity. Bike paths and walking trails will surround the entire Village. There will be a one-acre park and ride in the office complex, as well as a 2.7-acre parcel dedicated to civic uses. The entire Village has been designed to include numerous other sustainable low impact design elements including low impact water quality control techniques, use of native plant materials and numerous energy saving measures throughout the development.
From the floor to ceiling glass storefronts, the European arcades to the high level of stone finishes throughout the project, designers and fabricators have worked closely to create a project unparalleled in Loudoun County.
The average daily traffic counts along the Dulles Greenway are 25,000, along Belmont Ridge Road are of 22,000 and 13,400 along Sycolin Road. These are based on 2020 VDOT traffic reports.
A fun, approachable, pedestrian-friendly shopping/dining development featuring paved pedestrian lanes that link individual shops.
Highest point in eastern Loudoun County at the corner of Belmont Ridge Road and Sycolin Road, providing a prominent physical presence.
The average annual household income in Loudoun County is $197,277, while the median household income sits at $144,406 per year.
3,400 linear feet of retail streetscape frontage along Belmont Ridge Road and 1,000 linear feet along Sycolin Road.