With so much time spent inside our homes over the past several months, people are very focused on what that home life looks like. Brambleton has benefitted from this detailed attention. 2020 home sales are not only on pace, but have surpassed 2019 pre-COVID-19 levels. As of November 23, 2020, the Loudoun County community has netted 396 home sales in 2020.
“People are looking to move into new homes with communities rich in amenities such as walking trails, shopping and schools,” says Kim Adams, Brambleton’s Director of Marketing. “As our professional life has been shifting to work at home, we see the importance of two offices and quiet places for online learning for children.”
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Visitors are also impressed by the community spirit visible at Brambleton as it supports local first responders, doctors and hospitals. Scotto’s Rigatoni Grill at Brambleton Town Center is one of those retailers giving back. Through their own generosity and contributions from local citizens, the Italian restaurant is providing free meals to front line hospital staff, firefighters, paramedics, and police stations in Brambleton and the surrounding area.
“When donations for the front-line workers started coming in, we originally were going to stay small,” Store Manager, Krissy Coffey said. “I had already spoken to someone at StoneSprings Hospital and we started sending them meals three times a week – every shift they had about 75 workers. After the first couple of weeks when word really spread, we added Ashburn Healthplex, Dulles South Loudoun Sheriff’s Office and Brambleton Fire Station.”
In addition to this noble effort, Scotto’s has expanded options for regular customers during the COVID shutdown. Curbside service, contactless delivery, and the addition of take and bake pizza kits that help families fully share dinner time have all been part success stories of their own.
This Thanksgiving, Scotto’s has taken this generous spirit a step even further. They are offering free Thanksgiving meals to local families in need.
“We know times are hard and we would like to help anyone that needs help for Thanksgiving who would otherwise not have dinner. We are always here for whatever needs our customers have,” Coffey noted, beaming with pride. “This pandemic has shown us again why we love our community so much!”