What’s next for Ashburn’s Commonwealth Center?

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL – The Peterson Cos. has largely filled out its Commonwealth Center development in Ashburn with a mix of entertainment, recreation and retail, and that is not likely to change with the final phase.

Fair Lakes-based Peterson still has about 26 acres in the northwest corner of the project, at the intersection of Route 7 and the Loudoun County Parkway, that is completely unspoken for. There, per a recently updated site plan, the developer envisions a 47,000-square-foot bowling/entertainment venue, a 45,000-square-foot climbing gym and a 40,000-square-foot brewery/restaurant, in addition to a trio of restaurant pad sites.

Angela Sweeney, Peterson spokeswoman, said those uses are “representative of the types of entertainment and restaurant options that would be complementary to Topgolf and iFLY,” two existing tenants at Commonwealth Center. “Our leasing team is pursuing a variety of operators in the entertainment and restaurant categories,” Sweeney said.



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