One Loudoun Announces Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Station

February 14, 2013, Ashburn, Virginia – One Loudoun Holdings, LLC, a joint venture of Miller and Smith and NORTH AMERICA SEKISUI HOUSE, LLC (NASH) announced today the sale of 13.3 acres of property to Loudoun County Government for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. Located in the area of Russell Branch Parkway and Loudoun County Parkway, the property will be the future site of a stand-alone Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Station.

“We’re building a genuine community here at One Loudoun and are honored to have the Sheriff’s office be part of it,” says Bill May, Vice President of Miller and Smith. “This addition will allow substantial public safety services to benefit our growing neighborhood and the surrounding areas.”

The design phase of the new station is currently underway and is expected to open Spring 2014. The facility will provide patrol, crime prevention, and other law enforcement services to the Ashburn, Lansdowne and Broadlands neighborhoods. This will be the fourth station for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, which is headquartered in Leesburg, VA.

For more information about One Loudoun, please visit or call the One Loudoun Welcome Center at 703.724.1111.

About One Loudoun:

One Loudoun is a premier 358-acre omni-use, master-planned community in Loudoun County, Virginia, that will feature 1,040 homes, 702,000 square feet of retail including fine dining, upscale shopping and movie theater, a luxury hotel, three million square feet of office space, a clubhouse with pool and an amphitheater – all surrounded by approximately 150 acres of public land with miles of walking trails. Now under construction, One Loudoun’s mixed-use Downtown district is slated to open in Spring 2013. One Loudoun Holdings, LLC is one of NASH’s consolidated subsidiaries in the US. Visit to learn more, or follow the community on Facebook and Twitter.

Media Contact:

Julie Dillon | Miller & Smith
703.821.2500, ext. 190

Stephanie Orton Lynch | Delucchi Plus

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