We are proud to announce a new ground-up development in Chantilly, Virginia. The Field at Commonwealth, will occupy nearly 180,000 square-feet of exceptional retail, anchored by a 120,000 square-foot Wegmans Food Market. Construction of the development has begun, with an estimated 2018 completion.
On Saturday, June 25, we will celebrate the official opening of Belmont Chase in Ashburn, Virginia. The Whole Foods Market-anchored center touts a contemporary design along with rustic finishes such as natural wood, stone and red brick – an architectural work of art. During the event, Loudoun County artists will showcase their designs and artwork in an Artisan Market from 11 am to 2 pm., accompanied by music from Julia Kasdorf and kid-friendly activities.
In a recent blog, Hap Stein, our CEO and Chairman, describes the importance of how art can connect with the community, “Regency Centers has been a long-time supporter of the arts,” he said. “The arts is one way we can make our community better, and that’s one of our core values.”
While each artist has a different style and medium, they all share the same passion for creating art and culture within the community. Below is a complete list of the local artists that will be featured at the Artisan Market.
This Saturday, residents in Northern Virginia are invited to attend an Artisan Market at Belmont Chase – a ground-up development located in Ashburn, VA that features industrial-inspired architecture. Event details include a Loudoun County artisan market, merchant samplings, ribbon cutting ceremony, live entertainment, children’s activities and more.
Since the event coincides around summer solstice, we have curated a list of warm-weather essentials found at Belmont Chase to keep you cool for the summer.
Regency Centers Corporation a national owner, operator, and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers, has announced the acquisition of Market Common Clarendon, in Arlington, VA. This mixed-use property, purchased in an agreement with AvalonBay Communities, features 300 class A apartment homes, 300,000 square feet of retail anchored by Whole Foods Market, Apple, Crate & Barrel, The Container Store, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, and an adjacent vacant building identified for future redevelopment.