Kristin G

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February, 2019

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Supported a comment by Lawrence Williams on Quartz District 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Lawrence Williams
Please bring Whole Foods or Traders Joes
Supported a comment by Les Morris on Quartz District 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Les Morris
I’m all for it. What a great idea! I live in the area. It is long overdue. Western Prince William County (Gainesville, Haymarket and Nokesville) is already pretty built up but the Eastern Part of Prince William county is lagging behind. Woodbridge gets a pretty bad rap and we need something like this. Traffic is going to be bad regardless, but we need to keep up with the times. We need to make Eastern Prince William county attractive for families that live here and those who may want to move here in the future and all we have Stonebridge and Potomac Mills. Prince William lagging behind in amenities compared to the other Northern Virginia counties. With the Quartz district, we will no longer have to travel over the bridge to Maryland to go to the National Harbor or fight the traffic and parking to visit the new DC wharf. Fairfax already has plans to bring Alpine X indoor ski resort and they just got the brand new 450,000 sq ft St. James Sporting facility with indoor waterpark, rocking climbing, restaurants and more. My family and I spend a lot of time in Loudon County and Tyson’s Corner eating at their upscale restaurants and participating in their activities such as TopGolf, iFly & ZavaZone because they just not available here. I would prefer to see higher end restaurants, entertainment such as virtual reality, pop-up museums, interactive exhibits etc. Unique ice cream shops, donuts, macaroons, bookstores. No more grocery stores, clothing shops.
Supported a comment by Les Morris on Quartz District 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Les Morris
I’m all for it. What a great idea! I live in the area. It is long overdue. Western Prince William County (Gainesville, Haymarket and Nokesville) is already pretty built up but the Eastern Part of Prince William county is lagging behind. Woodbridge gets a pretty bad rap and we need something like this. Traffic is going to be bad regardless, but we need to keep up with the times. We need to make Eastern Prince William county attractive for families that live here and those who may want to move here in the future and all we have Stonebridge and Potomac Mills. Prince William lagging behind in amenities compared to the other Northern Virginia counties. With the Quartz district, we will no longer have to travel over the bridge to Maryland to go to the National Harbor or fight the traffic and parking to visit the new DC wharf. Fairfax already has plans to bring Alpine X indoor ski resort and they just got the brand new 450,000 sq ft St. James Sporting facility with indoor waterpark, rocking climbing, restaurants and more. My family and I spend a lot of time in Loudon County and Tyson’s Corner eating at their upscale restaurants and participating in their activities such as TopGolf, iFly & ZavaZone because they just not available here. I would prefer to see higher end restaurants, entertainment such as virtual reality, pop-up museums, interactive exhibits etc. Unique ice cream shops, donuts, macaroons, bookstores. No more grocery stores, clothing shops.
Supported a comment by KW Davis on Quartz District 8 months, 2 weeks ago
KW Davis
Fix the roads to get more people here? Huh??!! That makes no sense. This would be an amazing and welcome addition to our community. And another option other than Stonebridge. Stonebridge is packed every night and weekends.
This would be a real destination hangout.
Supported a comment by Randy Blanks on Quartz District 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Randy Blanks
No low imcome / afforable housing. No fast food. Upscale restaurant
Supported a comment by Jason Bowman on Quartz District 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Jason Bowman
I disagree. PW Parkway can absolutely handle the traffic. It’s the timing of the traffic lights that could be better. This area does bring in shoppers (Ikea, Apple, Wegmans Cheesecake Factory) when the right kind of stores are part of the plan. The proposal is a town center, not a strip mall.