On June 18th, Atapco Properties and NVR, Inc broke ground on Westmoore, the next phase of the Moorefield Station project to be associated with the Ashburn Metro station on WMATA’s Silver Line expansion project. Loudoun Board of Supervisors members Chairman Scott York and Shawn Williams joined the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation (CMFC), members of the development and building team, members of the design and marketing team and the public to mark this important event.
Moorefield Station is a multi phase core based transit oriented development in Ashburn. Part of a long envisioned plan to bring rail transit to Loudoun, Moorefield Station creates cores of development density centered around a planned Metro station over a multi decade build out. At build out, Moorefield develops as a new city, similar to Reston, Virginia. The first phase of development, Moorefield Green, is currently being delivered by Toll Brothers, Inc. LPDA team members, Zac Lette and Amie Evans were a part of the initial design and engineering efforts for Moorefield Green while employed by Toll Brothers in 2004 and 2005.
In 2013 LPDA led a team of designers to represent Atapco’s interest in developing Westmoore through a competitive bid to the CMFC, the land seller. This effort was to showcase architecture, landscape architecture and land planning to the CMFC as well as development and financial strategies for completion. Since that successful bid, LPDA has finalized design packages for supporting Dewberry, the civil engineer on site plan approvals for landscape architecture, development of landscape architecture for 3 signature park spaces, and development of a clubhouse recreation facility with Architectural Design Group (ADG). LPDA is also working the Laurie Matthews Marketing group to complete marketing strategies for the project and a Sign Development Plan application to Loudoun County.
We are very proud to be a part of this exciting project and helping our Clients: Atapco Properties and NVR realize the vision for this community.