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300 sq. ft. of murals destined for Virginia center

BY Jennifer Setteducato

Installations by local and national artists will soon turn up at Mosaic, a mixed-use center featuring 2 million sq. ft. of retail, restaurant, office, residential and hotel space in Virginia’s Fairfax County.

Owner, operator, and developer Edens has chosen artists Kelsey Montague, Lela Brunet, and Craig Clinkscales to spruce up Mosaic with murals spanning more than 300 feet that will be installed in unexpected places around the property in hopes of creating “interesting conversation” among visitors.

“Retail is social, so adding art at Mosaic brings that evolving shopping and dining experience that connects us to our communities,” said Edens VP of development Katie Bucklew.

Mosaic has two parks, fountains, live music, and a farmers market and offers a variety of digitally native and first-to-market brands, including Custom Ink, Sophie Blake, True Food Kitchen, and Oath Pizza, a roster of nationally and locally acclaimed food and retail tenants.
And the list continues to grow.

Retailers Sundance and Erin Condren will open in November, followed by food and beverage concepts MacMillan Whisky Room, RyuKai, and Parc Bistro opening in 2019.

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