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Dulles, Virginia, January 28, 2015 - Lerner Enterprises, one of Washington, D.C.’s largest private real estate developers, is proud to announce that Lerner Windmill Parc at Dulles Town Center (, a new 437 modern apartment home community is now open and welcomed its first residents in January 2015. The new community, the fourth residential development within Lerner’s 554-acre mixed-use Dulles Town Center development, is located at the intersection of City Center and Nokes Boulevards adjacent to Dulles Town Center mall in Dulles, Virginia.

“Lerner Windmill Parc sets a new standard for luxurious multi-family living and we are pleased to say ‘welcome home’ to our first residents,” stated Mark D. Lerner, a principal of Lerner. “Our newest residential project has a design like no others in Loudoun County with its open floor plans, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and contemporary urbanized feel,” he added.

Lerner Windmill Parc at Dulles Town Center features an impressive community amenity package that includes:

Apartment home amenities include:

About Dulles Town Center

Dulles Town Center ( is a 554-acre master planned mixed-use live-work-play development in Dulles, Virginia. The anchor of the development is the super-regional Dulles Town Center mall (, the largest shopping and dining destination in Loudoun County, Virginia – the fastest growing county in Virginia and wealthiest county in the United States according to Forbes. The center is comprised of approximately 1.4 million square feet of destination retail that includes anchors Nordstrom, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, JC Penney, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Regal Cinemas, LA|Fitness and Sears. The two-level center includes a dominant retail mix of highly desired retailers and restaurants including P. F. Chang’s China Bistro, Forever 21, H&M, The Cheesecake Factory, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Francesca’s, Pandora, Teavana, Bare Minerals, Swarovski, Caché, Hollister, LOFT, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Old Navy, in addition to 185 specialty shops and restaurants.

The mall is surrounded by three existing residential communities including Lerner Remington at Dulles Town Center (, Lerner Parc Dulles at Dulles Town Center ( and Colonnade Townhomes. The development also features a Courtyard by Marriott hotel, and The Corporate Office Park at Dulles Town Center ( including 21000 Atlantic Boulevard, 45745 Nokes Boulevard, Kindercare, and the headquarters of the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation. Dulles Town Center’s expansion continues with the construction of Nokes Plaza, a 56,000 square-foot retail | office | medical development at the intersection of Nokes and City Center Boulevards and the addition of Route 28 Commuter Lot providing 100 parking spaces and bus bays for the community. Dulles Town Center is located at the intersection of Virginia Routes 7 and 28 in Loudoun County, Virginia and is five miles from Washington Dulles International Airport.

About Lerner

Based in Rockville, Maryland, Lerner ( was founded by Theodore N. Lerner in 1952 and is one of Washington, D.C.'s largest private real estate developers. The company is involved in all phases of commercial, residential, retail, hotel and mixed-use real estate, including planning, development, construction, leasing and asset and property management. Lerner has developed and currently manages more than 20 million square feet of office buildings, retail centers and residential communities. Lerner's residential portfolio include the award-winning Lillian Court at Tysons II in Tysons, VA; Lerner The Falls at Flint Hill ( in Oakton, VA; Lerner Parc Dulles at Dulles Town Center ( and Lerner Remington at Dulles Town Center ( in Dulles, VA; and Lerner Tower 2000 ( in Alexandria, VA, among many others. Lerner has developed and acquired over 7,500 apartment units in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area as well as in Richmond, Mechanicsville and Newport News, Virginia. 2000 Tower Oaks Boulevard, Lerner’s corporate headquarters, was recognized as one of the world’s most sustainable buildings in The World’s Greenest Buildings, by Jerry Yudelson and Ulf Meyer.

Lerner’s most recent development projects include:


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