This news has resonated through our community! A Washington Post story featured Loudoun Cares director Andy Johnston and quoted Loudoun Cares Board President Peter Burnett.
“Loudoun Cares had tried to buy the property in November. “But the clock was ticking on the seller, and we just couldn’t quite get there before it went into foreclosure,” Johnston said.
Burnett said that, two years ago, the building was being offered for $2.4 million. Being able to purchase it at a discount during a down economy was a “fortunate coming together of circumstances,” he said.”
A New Home for Loudoun Charities
Hotline Agency To Open Building
By Kafia A. Hosh
Sunday, September 27, 2009
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