Construction in Kincora, a mixed-used development along the west side of Route 28, has picked up steam with work underway on The Jameson, a 333-unit complex.
TRITEC’s $100 million Jameson complex joins condos that Lennar is building and the nearly complete Heronview Apartments.
Residents will be able to walk to restaurants, retail and offices as well as the Children’s Science Center and the National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations.
“Construction on the property has ramped up significantly this year,” said Dan Coughlan of TRITEC, which partnered with Norton Scott LLC to develop Kincora. “We’re very enthusiastic about some additional announcements we’ll be making in the coming months.”
The residential properties within the development are wrapped on three sides by the 160-acre Kincora Park, which includes a Heron Rookery that is among the largest on the East Coast . It also includes a five-mile trail system that completes a link between the W&OD Trail and the Potomac Heritage Trail. Broad Run goes through the park.
Kincora is a community of 424-acres on the west side of Route 28 south of Route 7. Kincora’s master plan provides for millions of square feet to be used as office and retail space, hotels, the future home of the National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations and the Children’s Science Center, and 1,400 apartments and condominiums.
For more information, visit Kincora.com.