It’s no secret that Loudoun has been named the wealthiest county in the nation for countless years. This year, as the Census Bureau releases the median household income for 2012, we find that Loudoun County has once again maintained its title as the most affluent county in the country.
The title of ‘Wealthiest County’ has an interesting effect. It’s possible more homeowners will want to move here to be a part of such a great local economy, and to live in an area that is considered to be more stable than others. And, the more affluent homeowners who choose our county as their home, the longer Loudoun can maintain this celebrated title.
This news also has an exciting effect on business owners and retailers. Location weighs greatly when deciding on the perfect place to open a store location or business. And, with Loudoun County’s affluence, making the decision to choose this area is so easy. The more affluent an area is considered to be, the more attractive it is to retailers of all sizes.
One Loudoun is an even better bet when deciding on a new location. Our community is set to be one of the most convenient and impressive communities in Northern Virginia. Because of this, it is an ideal place to utilize commercial retail and office spaces. With room for big-name retailers and the consumer base for success, One Loudoun takes the guessing work out of finding a new location. Want more proof? Take a look at the retail demographics for our area.
Residents in One Loudoun will want a specific type of retailer. They will be searching for the boutiques and small shops, but they will also seek mid-size retailers that can offer even more for their families. And in One Loudoun, we have thousands of square footage of available office and retail space for exactly these types of businesses. The decision to open a store location in our development couldn’t be any easier!
Add the number of homes sold and the families moving into One Loudoun to the affluence of our county, and it’s the ideal business opportunity. With the improving economy and a constant customer base in the community and county, there’s no better time or place to open a new business!
Source: The Washington Post