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LEESBURG CORNER PREMIUM OUTLETS GETTING A FACELIFT

The work includes a “reimagined” food court.

The Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets will be getting a facelift this spring, including a renovated food court area.

According to a press release and artist renderings from Simon, the company that owns the outlet mall, the work will touch on a number of different areas.

“Enhancements at Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets include a reimagined Food Pavilion, redesigned courtyards, renovated restrooms, an upgraded children’s play area, free public Wi-Fi, digital directories and refreshed signage throughout the property,” the release stated.

Images (here and at top): Simon

You may remember that earlier this month, The Burn reported that Auntie Anne’s had confirmed they were opening one of their soft pretzel shops in the outlets, and there was also word that Planet Smoothie might be joining them. (See our story here.)

Image: Auntie Anne’s

We reached out to a Simon spokesperson who told us they still couldn’t comment on the Auntie Anne’s/Planet Smoothie report, but they did tell us that right now there aren’t any changes planned to the food outlets currently in the Leesburg Corner food court.

4 Comments
  1. Jim A. 4 years ago
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    The food court at the Leesburg Outlets is about as gross and disgusting as the bathrooms at FedEx Field after a Redskins vs. Eagles game. Any change made will be an improvement.

  2. dvsdave 4 years ago
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    I honestly cannot remember the last time I was at the outlets. It’s been years.

    Incidentally, the company that owns the Leesburg Premium Outlets also has another “Premium Outlets” in Orlando, FL. and the FL one has a roof over the open walkways. It’s still open at the ends, but no one is going to get wet.

    Why doesn’t the Leesburg one have this? Considering the insane wind that blows between the buildings, you’d think they could put up a roof that would block the wind, provide shade in the summer, and shelter people from the rain?

  3. Good 4 years ago
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    Yeah, it desperately needs a renovation. It looks pretty bad throughout.

  4. Mark 4 years ago
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    Would be nice if they got Timberland back and added a North Face Outlet like their other properties in Hagerstown and Williamsburg have.

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