Interactive Features of Some of Our Shopping Centers
With more than 65 shopping centers within the D.C. Metropolitan area in the Rappaport portfolio, quite a few have thought-provoking and interactive features that beautify and enhance the retail experience for consumers and engage the community as a whole! Here are just a few examples of these special qualities:
Vienna Shopping Center: The beautiful recently renovated neighborhood enter in the heart of Vienna has a cool feature: a Washington, D.C.-themed mural that spans the entire center. The bright-hued design was created by a Vienna native on the back of the shopping center, so patrons who park in the rear spaces are greeted with appealing imagery that features Rosslyn, Tysons, and more D.C. landmarks. Not a bad sight to see as they enter Taco Bamba, Chop’t, MOD Pizza, or any of their other favorite restaurants and retailers at Vienna Shopping Center.
Village at Leesburg: With the summer heat smoldering the D.C. region, Village at Leesburg’s “Drink in the Good Life” initiative sounds so much cooler. The strolling-and-drinking program allows shoppers of age to pick up their favorite adult beverage at a participating restaurant and walk around the property with their drink in hand as they visit other retailers. Some fun features for all ages include running around at the children’s play area, The Party Plaza happening every Saturday and other community events, or relaxing at the fire pits and water fountains at Village Plaza.
Tackett’s Mill: In honor of the people of Lake Ridge, Virginia, the community came together to create what is deemed the “Hall of Fame Walk”. Nominated by family and friends, placards memorializing former residents are placed throughout the shopping center to observe as you visit this 92,000-square-foot shopping center along Old Bridge Road. The tight-knit community of Lake Ridge is on full display with this commemorative feature, bringing people together with a public display remembering their loved ones.
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