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Carol A. Kearney and Holly Kirby Weatherwax announce the opening of Momentum Realty, a full-service real estate brokerage providing experienced, full-time real estate professionals to serve the Virginia real estate market. Plans for the new company include the hiring of additional experienced real estate professionals and expansion of the business into West Virginia.
Kearney, who is the principal broker as well as a Realtor and senior residential specialist, has been providing real estate services in Northern Virginia since 1982. She lives in Potomac Falls where she is active in the community and with her family. Weatherwax, Realtor, e-pro and accredited buyer representative candidate, has been a licensed real estate agent in Virginia since 1994. She resides in Reston with her family and volunteers in her children's schools and in the community.
Hubert Construction of Gaithersburg, Md., has been awarded construction contracts for six new projects totaling nearly 600,000 square feet. The total value of Hubert's contracts is $57.6 million. Three of the projects are local. Dulles Trade Center I, Buildings H1 and H2, Rockhaven Way, Dulles, two new buildings in this office/flex/industrial center will total 140,000 square feet. The contract for this project, designed by Morgan Gick McBeath & Associates, is $6.6 million. Dulles Retail Center, Buildings 1 and 2, Overland Drive, Dulles, two single-story retail buildings totaling 82,000 square feet will house retail tenants including space for two fast-food restaurants, a gas station/convenience store and a bank. The contract for this project, designed by Donnally, Vujcic & Associates, is $11.1 million. Ashburn Crossroads consists of four office condo buildings located on 8.8 acres in Loudoun County. The buildings, designed by CMSS Architects, range in size from 15,000 to 23,000 square feet. The contracts for the four buildings total $8.5 million.