Long & Foster Commercial Division Assists Summit Ropes Indoor Adventure in Procuring their New 16,554 SF Facility in Sterling, Virginia

February 25, 2019

Art Miller, commercial agent with Long & Foster’s Commercial Division in Tysons, Virginia, represented the tenant, Summit Ropes Indoor Adventure, with their long term lease.

“This unique recreational facility will be a great amenity for the residents of Northern Virginia. It was a real pleasure working with professionals like Dan and Amy,” said Miller.

As the largest indoor ropes course in the United States with 16,550 square feet of exhilarating ropes course and 120 vertical challenges, Summit Ropes brings the outdoors inside for an experience unlike any other in Northern Virginia.

“We have climbed some of the highest peaks in the United States and love to experience the outdoors – experience life. With the creation of Summit Ropes, we hope to encourage these types of adventures amongst our community and our children,” said Summit Ropes Co-Founder, Amy Stuart. “We want to bring a unique experience to our town where people can have fun, socialize, be active, and feel a sense of community.”

Summit Ropes Indoor Adventure opened to the public on January 18, 2019, after six months of construction. Summit Ropes has evolved into a state-of-the-art ropes course venue, perfect for family time, date night, corporate events and celebrations of all genres, designed to accommodate adults and children alike.

“The buzz around Summit Ropes has been surreal. We kept the project relatively quiet at first, but the launch of our website and social media has created a whirlwind of curiosity and excitement in our area. We couldn’t be more grateful,” reported Co-Founder, Dan Kasabian. “Building an indoor adventure park has been phenomenal. As expected, managing a startup, working full-time and balancing family life hasn’t been a cakewalk. But without a doubt, this journey has been nothing short of extraordinary and we have gained an even deeper appreciation for entrepreneurship.”

“We’re very pleased to have negotiated this transaction for the tenant,” said Ron Glass, vice president and managing broker of the Long & Foster Commercial Division. “We’re confident this will be a good fit.”