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LEESBURG, VA-The offer by a developer to Loudoun County to lease up to 50,000 square feet to the county for the county’s judicial system at its proposed office building project got a thumbs down from county staff.

Reston, VA-based L4 Capital Partners offered the county between 30,000 to 50,000 square feet of space at its proposed 110,560-square-foot Courthouse Square building at 9 E. Market St. in Leesburg. However, county staff has recommended to the Board of Supervisors it reject the offer, according to the Washington Business Journal.

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