Choate Selected for Dulles Landing Shopping Center

April 10, 2013

Choate Construction has been selected for the construction of Dulles Landing Shopping Center, developed by The Beatty Companies.  Phase 1 contains 208,000 SF of national and local retailers, and is expected to expand to 600,000 SF in future phases.

Designed by Perkowitz + Ruth, the shopping center’s visitors are greeted by a signature clock tower, acting as a classic gateway.  Featuring wide sidewalks, benches and various points of connection, this pedestrian-friendly destination complements the surrounding community with old mill-style Middleburg architecture and ample brick and stone.  The beautifully landscaped site will contain numerous water features, and a plaza to provide a vibrant and comfortable environment.

“Dulles Landing represents the type of quality retail construction Choate is proud to be a part of.  We are excited about being involved in brining commerce to Arcola and Loudoun County, and look forward to working with the team to deliver a vibrant retail environment,” says Dave Knudson, Division Manager of Choate’s Raleigh office.

Five separate buildings range from 134,000 SF to 5,000 SF, catering to a wide variety of tenants.  The two largest structures cater to larger anchor tenants, TJ Maxx, Home Goods, Michael’s, and PetSmart, while the three smaller structures feature a plethora of smaller, boutique tenants.  Choate is also responsible for all interior tenant improvements.



As one of the largest general contractors in the southeast, Choate Construction Company considers its reputation to be its number one asset with its future success founded upon the strength of its customer relationships.  Choate Construction excels in both base and interior construction with office locations in Atlanta, Charleston, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Savannah.  Choate strives to lead the industry in financially viable, functional solutions and continually invests in the tools to do so, promoting advances in Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, LEED® Rating system and Risk Mitigation.  Go to for more information.