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Fairfax, Virginia, August 28, 2013 – Lerner Enterprises, one of Washington, D.C.’s largest private real estate developers, announced today that INOVA Health Care has leased 5,644 square feet on the lobby level of One Flint Hill to open INOVA Medical Group, a primary care practice.  One Flint Hill is a 6-story, 132,000 square foot medical and commercial office building located in Fairfax County, Virginia and is completing a major interior and exterior renovation scheduled for completion in October, 2013.  INOVA will occupy Suite 100 on the main lobby level of the building and is projected to open in the Fall of 2013. 

“As we re-imagined One Flint Hill, our company engaged Gittleson Zuppas Medical Realty to create a dynamic leasing strategy to attract medical users due to the building’s strategic location nestled between INOVA Fair Oaks and INOVA Fairfax Hospitals,” stated Mark D. Lerner, a principal of Lerner.  “As the renovation wraps up completion, we couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Northern Virginia’s leading health care provider – INOVA – as our lead medical tenant into One Flint Hill,” he added. 

One Flint Hill is located at 10530 Rosehaven Street within the campus of Flint Hill Park, a lushly landscaped office and residential development at the confluence of I-66 and Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road) in Fairfax. 

INOVA Heath Care was represented by Charles M. Matincheck of Donohoe Real Estate Services of Vienna, Virginia and Lerner was represented by David A. Gittleson, Peter G. Papantoniou, and Nicholas M. Zuppas of Gittleson Zuppas Medical Realty of Bethesda, Maryland. 

Approximately 3,000 square feet is currently available for lease on the lobby level, as well as multiple contiguous full floors on the upper levels each with floor plates of 23,000 rentable square feet.  The building is situated near a variety of shopping and dining options including, Oakton Shopping Center, Fair Oaks Mall and Fairfax Corner.

Office leasing is represented by Brian F. Tucker, John B. Dragelin and Jason S. Alexander of the Virginia Office of Cushman and Wakefield, and medical office leasing is represented by David A. Gittleson, Peter G. Papantoniou, and Nicholas M. Zuppas of Gittleson, Zuppas Medical Realty of Bethesda, Maryland.

10530 Rosehaven Street in Fairfax, Virginia | Projected completion – October 2013

An updated façade and exterior finishes

A new grand lobby

Refreshed common areas

Addition of on-site food choices

 Other upgrades

About Flint Hill Park

Flint Hill Park is a mixed-use development in Fairfax, Virginia, situated in the high-tech business district of Northern Virginia at the confluence of I-66 and Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road) near Tysons Corner and its many fortune 500 companies.  Flint Hill Park is comprised of a 246-unit Class A residential community and four office buildings totaling over 540,000 square feet with proximity to the many entertainment, retail, employment and cultural attractions in Fairfax County – one of the wealthiest counties in the nation.  Lerner developed One Flint Hill, a 6-story, 132,000 square foot office building currently undergoing an extensive renovation; Three Flint Hill, an 8-story, 160,850 square foot office building; Four Flint Hill, a 160,000 square foot office building; and The Falls at Flint Hill, a 246-unit luxury apartment home community.  Three Flint Hill has since been divested by Lerner. 

About Lerner Enterprises

Lerner Enterprises ( of Rockville, Maryland, founded by Theodore N. Lerner in 1952, is one of Washington, D.C.'s largest private real estate developers and is involved in all phases of commercial, residential, retail, hotel and mixed-use real estate.  This includes 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 office portfolio is comprised of many  well-known developments including: The Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II (, Tysons Corner, VA; 2000 Tower Oaks Boulevard ( with LEED® Platinum Certification, Rockville, MD; The Corporate Office Park at Dulles Town Center (, Dulles, VA; Washington Square (,  Washington, D.C.; Fallsgrove Village Office Center (, Rockville, MD; White Flint North, North Bethesda, MD; 20 M Street, SE ( with LEED® Gold Certification, Washington, D.C.; 1133 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.; Flint Hill Park (, Fairfax, VA; and 7799 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA, among many others.

Lerner’s newest developments include Fallsgrove Plaza, a 110,000 Square Foot medical | office building in Rockville, MD that is designed for LEED® Gold Certification, with delivery scheduled for late 2013, and Windmill Parc at Dulles Town Center, a 433-unit luxury apartment home community in Dulles, Loudoun County, Virginia that is projected to open in phases with the first residents moving in the fall of 2014.


A brick façade enhanced by stainless columns, new glass building entries with stainless steel framing with easy to read signage package.

Newly designed hardscape including a refreshed granite entry plaza, site lighting and concrete pavers surrounding the building.

A new landscape plan inclusive of lush year round plantings and seasonal flowers.

New polished white marble flooring, textured stone, stainless steel and wood feature walls.

Decorative lighting inclusive of a custom artistic light fixture in addition to an enhanced general lighting package.

A digital tenant directory and commissioned photography with vibrant colors.

Renovated restrooms with new earth tones including wood partitions, tile flooring, granite countertops, improved lighting design and hands-free fixtures.

Upgraded multi-tenant corridors with glass suite entry doors, stain grade doors as the base building standard in the core and elegant, energy efficient general and accent lighting.

Fully renovated elevator cabs with new control panels and signage, refreshed ceiling and lighting design, stone flooring and cab walls consisting of stainless steel panels and specialty design features.

State-of-the-art food and beverage vending accommodations.

Mechanical system upgrades.

New base building window blinds.

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