Mixed-Use (Commercial & Residential) Development:
- Engle Property Comprehensive Plan Amendment (Case No. LVCP 2019-0003): The contract purchaser of the 35-acre property, Metropolitan Development Group, submitted an application in August of 2019 for an amendment to the land use plan and associated policies and statements of the 2011 Comprehensive Plan for the Engle Tract Special Planning Area (SPA). Metropolitan conducted two community meetings (in May and August) at the Town’s request to obtain feedback from the public on the original and amended concept plan proposals for the property. The concept development plan proposes 130 single-family homes on the rear of the property and 29,000 square feet of commercial uses on the front of the property closest to North Church Street. The proposal includes extensive parks with houses fronting on common greens running through the center of the development. Driveway access to homes on the interior of the subdivision will by way of narrow alleys located at the rear of the lots, similar to traditional small-town neighborhoods situated within walking distance of a nearby neighborhood or downtown business area.
- Application Documents: Documents pertaining to this request can be accessed below; updated plans and documents associated with this application will be posted here along with the date of the most-recent version.
- Lovettsville Square Commercial Center, Phase 1 (18 & 20 Town Square): In accordance with the concept plan amendment and site development plan approved in 2015, construction of site improvements and the two Germanic-themed commercial buildings (totaling 17,500 square feet) was completed in 2016. The building is nearing 100% occupancy as of 2018.
- 7-Eleven Convenience Store (1 East Broad Way): Pursuant to a conditional use permit and site development plan approved in 2016, the owner of the property constructed a new 2,940 square-foot, Germanic-themed convenience store building and fuel canopy containing eight fueling station. The new store opened in June 2017.
Other Non-Residential Developments:
- Lovettsville Community Center (57 East Broad Way): In accordance with the conditional use permit approved by the Town in 2014 for the new Lovettsville Community Center, Loudoun County has obtained approval of the site development plan to construct the new community center on the site of the existing center, which is slated to be demolished. Site construction is expected to begin in 2018.
- Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Station: The Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company (No. 12), in conjunction with the Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management, applied in April of 2017 to be annexed into the Town of Lovettsville for the purpose of constructing a new fire station south of the existing facility. Currently, the fire company’s three parcels of land are located outside of the corporate limits. The annexation by simple boundary line adjustment was approved by the Town in May 2018, and the boundary line adjustment agreement will need to be approved by the Town Council and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors before construction is expected to commence (likely in 2019 or 2020).
- Loudoun West: Construction of site improvements within this 27-lot subdivision (all single-family dwellings) located within the R-1 Residential District at 16 Cooper Run Street began in 2017. Stanley-Martin Homes is both the land developer and home builder within Loudoun West.
- Heritage Highlands: Heritage Highlands Retirement Community is an 80-lot, age-restricted community comprised of mostly attached (i.e. duplex) dwellings at the southern end of the Town in the R-C Retirement Community District. After many years of inactivity, the developer and home builder (Lennar) began construction of new homes and the club house in 2018. Other improvements to be completed include the construction of the remaining segment of the South Berlin Pike shared-use path and widening of South Berlin Pike in the vicinity of Manor Drive for the purpose of installing dedicated left and right turn lanes.
- Keena Subdivision: The Keena Subdivision involves the construction of 23 new single-family dwellings in the Planned Infill Development District (PIDD). The subject property is bounded by East Broad Way, Locust Street and Frye Court. Ryan Homes in the homebuilder for 20 of the lots. This construction project includes an extension of East Pennsylvania Avenue from Locust Street to Frye Court, construction of a new street linking these two streets one block to the south, and installation of sidewalks and curb and gutters along the east side of Locust Street.