Wawa approaching Northern Virginia Beltway with Vienna store

Wawa Inc. is moving quickly on its future store at the corner of main and main in the town of Vienna.

The Pennsylvania-based convenience store chain is approaching the Beltway in Northern Virginia with this location at 465 Maple Ave. W., at the intersection of Nutley Street and Maple Avenue. A former Coldwell Banker office will be modified to house the 9,000-square-foot store, with restrooms, seating and 42 parking spaces outside.

Similar to its recent additions in D.C. proper, the Vienna store will not have a gas station.

The chain is currently out for bid for general contractors. The work is valued at $499,999 and bids are due by May 16.

The existing building was constructed in 1974. Wawa’s plans include a new tower to create a small portico over the main entrance, a charcoal gray color to replace the existing red brick, and a new brick veneer to cover the existing white stucco columns. Vienna’s Board of Architectural Review approved the application in February.

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