A look at some of the new retail stores and businesses opening in area shopping centers.
The center will feature up to 34,000 s.f. of retail space.
The chain is liquidating its U.S. operations.
The new center will be anchored by an ALDI grocery store.
Jeff Kinney, author of the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series, has a brother who runs a music shop in Purcellville.
The developers are actively seeking input from area residents to help shape the future project.
The new gas station and convenience store is going up quickly.
A Shell station is coming to the Brambleton Town Center.
The shop opened at the height of the pandemic and today was a celebration of perseverance.
For better or worse, COVID-19 has changed the fates of area businesses.
The snow sports center would be in Lorton, just 45 minutes or so from Loudoun County.
The store is taking over the former Shopper's space.
The former Shell station sits kitty-corner from a brand new Shell gas station.
The operators have taken over the space that was previously Exit Plan.
The former Cobb Village 14 is back with a new name and a mix of old and new movies.
The new online ordering service is launching in Loudoun County.
The "farm to home" business helps get foods from local farmers and chefs to customers in the area.
The new brand is coming from the family that owns the Rubino's Pizzeria chain.
The move is part of move at many malls to reimagine unused space around stores.
The first location is scheduled to open in Ashburn.
The new shop offers haircuts, shaves, waxes, manicures and more.
The facility is opening in a business park off Sycolin Road in Leesburg.
The major renovations should be unveiled later this month.
The developers wants to add residential housing instead of additional retail.
The new station is under construction at the Leesburg Premium Outlets.