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The Lexington 7 Roller Coaster has Stopped as Loudoun Board Approves Mixed-Use Project

Washington Business Journal
September 23, 2016

"Colleen Gillis lost once, and she hasn’t lost since. The Cooley LLP land use attorney, the subject of an April Washington Business Journal profile, picked up another big victory on Thursday as the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved Lexington 7, a mixed-use project on 60 acres north of Lexington Drive between Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Potomac Farms community."

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