“Our schedule has slipped a little because of the depth of reviews that have to be taken for the project,” said Chris Caperton, the Fairfax County Laurel Hill Project coordinator to Patch. “Based on this review cycle we could see some initial construction take place in 2014, full-blown construction by 2015 and people actually owning property there by 2016.”
Last summer, Caperton told Patch that initial construction was expected to occur in 2013-2014, with residents living on the property by 2015.
The development of the county’s land by the Alexander Company will mean the renovation of prison buildings and the creation of more than 40,000 square feet of offices, single family homes, apartments, shops, restaurants and a power plant.
Laurel Hill Adaptive Reuse Project Pushed Back A Year
March 26, 2013