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Built in 1974, the National Conference Center or NCC is one great place for conventions and meetings. The building is located at a 110 acre land in Leesburg, Virginia, and hosts 14,000 individuals every month. It is one of the largest centers in Virginia, comprising of 265,000 square feet of space. NCC was originally established as the Xerox Conference Center and was intended for the assistance in technology training for employees of the company. Vincent G. Kling & Partners designed NCC, and while it was managed by ARAMARK Harrison Lodging since its foundation, the center was sold to Oxford Capitol Partners in the year 2000. In 2002, a $29 million worth renovation was made to the National Conference Center, adding to it a ballroom, walking trails, and underground tunnels.
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