The Fresh Market to Open at One Loudoun

The newest grocer to enter the Ashburn market will join the Alamo in mixed-use development.

The latest grocer to enter the Loudoun, and more specifically that Ashburn, market is expected to open at One Loudoun this fall. The Fresh Market has signed on to open a 23,000 square-foot grocery store in the same development where the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is expected to open this year.

The Fresh Market joins Harris Teeter, Giant, Safeway, Lotte and the Global Food Market in Ashburn. In addition, there are two Wegmans stores just beyond Ashburn’s boarders.

“We’re thrilled to welcome The Fresh Market to One Loudoun,” Bill May, vice president of Miller and Smith said in a press release. “The addition of a high-quality grocer is another example of the unique and exciting benefits coming to One Loudoun residents and those who live close by and work in the area.”

This past weekend, Miller and Smith held an event featuring the houses now under construction at One Loudoun and more than 1,000 visitors turned out to see two decorated models homes. 

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“We are experiencing an overwhelmingly positive response and I am pleased to announce we have already sold our first home,” Kim Ambrose, vice president of Marketing for Miller and Smith, said.

One Loudoun Downtown is a joint venture of Miller and Smith and North America Sekisui House. For more information about One Loudoun, please visit www.oneloudoun.com or call the One Loudoun Welcome Center at 703.724.1111. Follow One Loudoun on Facebook and Twitter.

Nycole K January 15, 2013 at 02:05 PM
Now if Traders Joes would come, it's would be perfect.
Dusty Smith January 15, 2013 at 02:19 PM
There seems to be a lot of demand for Trader Joe's; that's for sure.
Arki A. January 15, 2013 at 03:38 PM
Yes I wish Trader Joe's comes to Ashburn!
Jp January 15, 2013 at 06:53 PM
TRADER JOES!!!!!! Please is anyone listening? We need one in Loudoun.
J MAK June 01, 2013 at 04:53 AM
Well this market doesn't sound much different from TJs or Whole Foods!?! What we REALLY need now is a good bookstore! Believe it or not, there are people out here that still enjoy hard copies over tablets!


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