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Grace Street Properties Acquires 158,000 SF Retail Property in Northern Virginia, Plans 2 MSF Mixed-Use Development

Station Plaza is located within walking distance of the VRE/Amtrak station, four stops from the future site of Amazon’s HQ2.

WOODBRIDGE, VA. — Grace Street Properties has acquired Station Plaza, a 158,000-square-foot retail center spanning 13 acres. Grace Street plans to convert the site into a 2 million-square-foot mixed-use development. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved the master-planned project, which will be located within walking distance of the VRE/Amtrak station, four stops from the future site of Amazon’s HQ2. Grace Street plans to deliver residential units, commercial space, outdoor space and more retail. Grace Street plans to immediately begin site work. George Boosalis of Boosalis Properties represented the buyer in the land acquisition, which sold for $19.1 million, a 7.6 percent cap rate. David Choi of Greysteel represented the undisclosed seller.

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