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About Leesburg

45,936 in city
8,924,087 in metro
30 km² (12 mi²)
103.938063887 m
The town of Leesburg was established in 1758 and has since remained the seat of government for Loudoun County (formed from Fairfax County). Since the opening of Washington Dulles International Airport in the 1960s, Loudoun County has seen a great influx of high technology companies and corporations. With its historic rural landscapes in such close proximity to Washington DC and high concentration of tech firms, Loudoun has become an ideal suburban retreat and one of the fastest growing counties in the nation.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
11 All Buildings
11
existing

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Riverview - 2006
2 Riverbend - 1998
3 Blue Ridge - 2000
4 Potomac Ridge - 2004
5 Lansdowne Resort & Conference Center - 1991