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Prominent developer weighs takeover of stalled Loudoun project marked by partially built hotel

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Prominent developer weighs takeover of stalled Loudoun project marked by partially built hotel
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Brookfield Residential may be taking over a long-stalled southern Loudoun County development, pitching a mix of townhomes, multifamily and commercial for a site on the Route 50 corridor — and finally knocking down the literal shell of a hotel fronting the highway. Fox Gate, as it has long been known, encompasses 28 acres on the south side of U.S. Route 50 between Tall Cedars Parkway and Pleasant Valley Road near Chantilly. Brookfield Washington LLC has filed pre-application plans with the county to combine and develop five parcels there with “townhouse, triplex and multifamily residential, civic and commercial uses in place of the currently approved mix of uses,” per the submission from John McGranahan of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, Brookfield’s land-use attorney.