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RPAI, Kettler Break Ground on New Apartment Community


One Loudoun, an award-winning open-air mixed-use community in the heart of Loudoun County, recently broke ground on its first apartment community, Vyne. The new community will be a joint-venture between KETTLER, a real estate development company based in Northern Virginia, and a subsidiary of One Loudoun’s property owner, Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI).

Inspired by nature and Virginia’s acclaimed wine country, Vyne will offer elevated living spaces in the DC suburbs. Construction on Vyne will begin this summer and is anticipated to open in late Spring2021. The community will span two blocks within One Loudoun and will include over 22,000 square-feet of street level retail space. With 378 one- and two-bedroom units, Vyne will offer luxury amenities including a standalone clubhouse with rooftop terrace, co-working space, resident lounges, fitness center with studio, swimming pool, pet spa and two lushly landscaped courtyards offering four season outdoor amenities.

“With a long-standing history of development in Loudoun County and the Town of Leesburg, we’re excited to build upon that history in partnership with RPAI to develop this dynamic, mixed-use apartment community,” says Bob Kettler, Chairman & CEO of KETTLER. “We are thrilled to begin our joint-venture partnership with KETLER and break ground on Vyne which will further support our transformation of the property to a regional mixed-use hub,” stated Nick Over, Vice President and Director of Development – Eastern Division at RPAI. “We continue to enhance our approximately 470,000 sf project with amix of high-end retail and entertainment components with recent openings such as Trader Joe’s and our Four Corners container park, and we are excited to add a residential component with Vyne, to complete the ultimate live, work, and play experience at One Loudoun.”

The project architect for Vyne is Dwell Design Studios. They are joined by interior design firm Bandura Design and landscape architects, Studio 39. LF Jennings will serve as the general contractor.