Loudoun Announcement for Groundbreaking of Pacific Boulevard:
On Thursday, December 19 at 2:30 p.m., Loudoun County Board Chairman Scott K. York will preside over a groundbreaking for Pacific Boulevard at the Kincora Fire and Rescue station located at 21130 Pacific Boulevard in Sterling.
The groundbreaking will celebrate a 1.5-mile extension of Pacific Boulevard that will complete its connection to Russell Branch Parkway. This will create an uninterrupted thoroughfare from Route 606 near the Washington Dulles International Airport to Ashburn Village, which is about five miles outside Leesburg.
“Pacific Boulevard runs parallel to Routes 28 and 7, the two most-used roadways in Eastern Loudoun,” York explains. “This project will result in an close to 20,000 vehicles being taken off of Routes 28 and 7 each day, which will drastically cut rush-hour congestion on those roads.”
The Pacific Boulevard construction project was brought about by a proffer made by N.A. Dulles Real Estate Investor, LLC, the company behind the Kincora development, which is slated to include four million square feet of office space and 500,000 square feet of retail when completed. The $36 million Pacific Boulevard project is being financed by bonds issued by the Loudoun County Economic Development Authority to repay the Virginia Transportation Infrastructure Bank loan.