Featured Development
Villages of Piedmont at Leopold's Preserve
Haymarket, Virginia
Villages of Piedmont at Leopold's Preserve (VOPLP) was approved in May 2012 and broke ground in October 2013. Located in Haymarket, Virginia, it has been touted by Prince William County officials as a model for preservation-oriented land planning. VOPLP offers an impressive open space commitment of more than 380 acres and a unique and thoughtful solution to progressive land use management and finding the balance between human population growth and the preservation of natural habitats.

VOPLP will complete the balance of the existing Villages of Piedmont Community which consists of a mixture of 413 single family homes and townhomes, with the addition of 393 new homes (132 single family and 261 townhomes) in a unique cluster design with strict architectural guidelines to ensure a quality community reflecting styles and features that are in keeping with the existing community.

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Conservation Development
Overview  l  Leopold's Preserve

"By definition, conservation development is about developing and managing land in harmony with nature."

Conservation development is a controlled-growth land use development that adopts the principle for allowing limited sustainable development while protecting the area’s natural environmental features in perpetuity, including preserving open space landscapes and vistas, protecting farmland or natural habitats for wildlife, and maintaining the character of planned and existing communities.
Entitlements & Planning
Featured Project
Cardine Torris
Woodbridge, Virginia
The Cardine Torris project was approved on January 16, 2013 by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. Equinox represented the Applicant, M/I Homes, during the rezoning of this 14.72 acre property which was successfully rezoned from CR-1 to PDH6 and when fully developed will contain 70 single family attached dwelling units.
The land plan for this site not only created a true transition of uses but did so by preserving the "green infrastructure" attributable to the site in the most sensitive manner possible.
White House Farm
Page County, Virginia
The historic White House Farm property in Page County, Virginia was purchased in 2005 by the Plein family and shortly thereafter enrolled in a permanent conservation easement which today is held by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation. The 270 acre farm lies next to the South Fork of the Shenandoah River in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, an area renowned for its agriculture, beauty and natural resources.
The White House Farm Foundation - a privately funded, non-profit education foundation - has since been established, with a focus on sustainable agriculture, conservation, local history and culture.
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Leasing/Sales Opportunities
Featured Property
Stonecroft Business Center
Chantilly, Virginia
Located at 14797 and 14801 Murdock Street in Chantilly, VA, Stonecroft Business Center consists ot two suburban office buildings comprised of approximately 80,000 square feet of office condo space in a shell condition. The property's flexible design and quality construction offers high-end finishes, abundant parking, and the flexibility to accommodate tenants  or condo purchasers from 925 to 47,000 square feet.
Business owners will benefit from its close proximity to amenities such as Washington Dulles International Airport, Westfields, restaurants, hotels, and major residential communities the Route 28 South submarket.

Recommended Reading

Bringing Nature Home, How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife by Douglas Tallamy provides insight into how gardeners can provide a welcoming environment for wildlife of all kinds, simply by favoring native plants.
Healthy local ecosystems are not only beautiful and fascinating, they are also essential to human well-being. By heeding Douglas Tallamy's eloquent arguments and acting upon his recommendations, gardeners everywhere can make a difference.
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