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A Natural Lifestyle

Inspired and powered by nature, Kincora offers a one-of-a-kind, interactive community that works in harmony with our beautiful surrounding environment. Explore the winding trails that follow the flowing waters of the Broad Run tributary, enjoy a picnic in lush, growing green spaces or just admire the area’s great blue herons. With 165 acres of hiking trails and preserved, untouched landscape, no other community surrounds you with so much natural beauty.

Whether you work, live, or visit here, Kincora will be the kind of place where you instantly belong. It won’t take long to find your new favorite café for a morning latte and your new go-to spot for happy hour. Participate in spirited and diverse community events, join local clubs and learn about science, history, arts and culture – all in one place.


Located on Russell Branch Parkway adjacent to the Kincora Fire and Rescue Station and near the intersection of Rt. 28 and the Dulles Town Center Mall, Wawa is your all-day, everyday convenience store. Offering freshly brewed coffee, delicious built-to-order food and beverage options, competitively priced fuel, and so much more. Wawa uses only the freshest ingredients to offer you quality and satisfaction you can count on. Whether it’s time for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or somewhere in between, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your appetite. Gottahava Wawa!

Fire Safety Center Station 624/635

The 18,000 sq. ft. Kincora Fire Safety Center provides fire and rescue services to the nearby community. A new combination station for Loudoun County, VA, this project provides for the needs for three distinct fire and rescue agencies: Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department, Sterling Volunteer Fire Department, and Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad.

It features several apparatus bays, bunk room facilities, kitchen and dining areas, decontamination and laundry facilities, conference workspaces, offices and repair shop space.

National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations

Kincora is honored to be the site of this new national landmark. From the origins of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II to the work our Intelligence and Special Operations services do today, the National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations commemorates the brave men and women who have protected our freedom throughout history. Designed by the renowned firm of Fentress Architects, the building is inspired by an eagle’s wing and the insignia of the people serving at the ‘tip of the spear.’

Northern Virginia Science Center Foundation in partnership with the Science Museum of Virginia, is well underway with Launch the Future, a campaign to build the Northern Virginia Science Center. With substantial public and private support from partners across the region, this project fulfills the long-held vision for a world-class, interactive science center in our region. The Science Center is expected to serve over 300,000 curious minds of all ages each year. See the innovative plans for the new building and exhibits, read news about the project, and learn more about how to get involved by visiting

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A Tritec Development

Founded in 1986 by brothers Robert and James Coughlan, TRITEC is a family-owned company with deep community ties and extensive experience developing, constructing, and managing real estate. From our roots in Long Island, New York to more recent projects in Northern Virginia, we have built our reputation around exceeding the expectations of our employees and customers, creating quality without compromise, and delivering resounding results with heart.