Junction Square consists of 55,000 square feet of residential and retail space divided among three separate buildings within the historic district of Herndon, VA.
The community is designed to attract active adults and young professionals, many of whom choose to live in Herndon as an alternative to areas of greater population density.
The project is anticipated to contribute significantly to the town and the historic downtown, which is known for its charming shops, great restaurants and friendly, small town vibe. The popular W&OD trail runs alongside the site, which is expected to be a frequent stop for bikers and joggers breaking for food and drinks.
Along Monroe Street and Nachman Way, which serves as a private alley, there are two groups of seven fee simple townhouses. These homes offer approximately 2,500 square feet of finished space, two-car garages and rooftop decks. Along Elden Street there will be five townhouse-style condo units with elevators and rooftop decks, one fee simple townhouse and a standalone structure of approximately 3,000 square feet that will be used for retail.