Westmoore, Loudoun County’s Only Metro Community Reaches 123 Home Sales in 8 Months

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Westmoore, Loudoun County’s Only Metro Community, received over 123 home sales in just 8 months since the Private Preview Event in January 2016. The community, which is in high demand and achieving record-breaking sales goals, quickly sold out of Phase 1 and has recently released Phase 2.

Westmoore, Loudoun County’s Only Metro Community, is truly bringing modern metro living to Ashburn, Virginia. With over 123 home sales in just 8 months since the Private Preview Event in January 2016, the community is in high demand and achieving record-breaking sales goals. Westmoore quickly sold out of Phase 1 and has recently released Phase 2. The all-new, metropolitan townhomes and single-family attached homes are located just steps to the future Ashburn Station along the Silver Line Metro.

Westmoore’s forward-thinking home designs include contemporary and traditional product lines. The homes are fully-equipped with rooftop terraces, expansive kitchen islands, luxury appliances, indoor/outdoor fireplaces, and covered porches. Ryan Homes is selling from the high $400s. NVHomes is selling from the high $500s.

Westmoore is conveniently located at the Dulles Greenway and Loudoun County Parkway interchange along the future Silver Line Metro in Ashburn, Virginia. The Welcome Center and 5 decorated models are open daily. Stop by and meet with our onsite Sales Team located at 43393 Ghazwa Square, Ashburn, VA 20148.

“We’re excited to be creating an urban community with NVHomes and Ryan Homes within walking distance to metro,” said Kevin McAndrews, President of Atapco Properties. “Our builders’ homes are being built around community parks with artistically designed playgrounds, a landscaped tiered amphitheater built into the natural topography, an urban dog park, and miles of trails connecting Westmoore to the broader urban environment.” Westmoore will also offer residents resort-style amenities to include a modern designed clubhouse, fitness and yoga center, outdoor pools with cabanas, indoor café, and a wraparound deck with pond views.

“Westmoore is truly bringing new urbanism to Loudoun County,” continued Kevin McAndrews. “We have always enjoyed our partnership with NVHomes and Ryan Homes on other projects and this is no different. They have exceeded our expectations in regards to their new urban home designs and their models are truly a showcase.”

To learn more about Westmoore, Loudoun County’s Only Metro Community, please visit: http://www.MetroLivingSimplified.com.

Atapco Properties is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Trading and Production Corporation, which was originally formed in 1931 to consolidate, expand and diversify the business activities of the Blaustein family, the founders of the American Oil Company (AMOCO). Atapco Properties is active in Maryland, Delaware, Indiana, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia, developing state-of-the-art industrial, retail, residential, and mixed-use projects with an emphasis on sustainability and green building standards. For further information on Atapco Properties please visit http://www.atapcoproperties.com.

Claude Moore Charitable Foundation was established in 1987 by Dr. Claude Moore, a successful physician and Northern Virginia landowner who left most of his fortune in trust for the purpose of enhancing educational opportunities for young people throughout the Commonwealth and beyond. Dr. Moore left his estate to the Foundation to increase its capacity for philanthropy.

The bulk of his estate consisted of real estate, most of which was in Loudoun County, Virginia. To further the Foundation's ability to carry out Dr. Moore's philanthropic goals, the foundation has systematically sold a large portion of his vast real estate holdings and is currently focused on a disposition strategy for the Moorefield Station project. For further information on the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, please visit http://www.claudemoorefoundation.org

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