Wawa coming to Sudley Rd. where Don Pablo’s eatery was
November 12, 2019
FRONTIER Companies reports that it has broken ground on what will soon be a Wawa convenience store and gas station located at 10691 Davidson Place and Sudley Road in Manassas. The site was the former home of Don Pablo’s Mexican Kitchen restaurant which closed earlier last year.
The company which identifies itself as a “national development, construction, and management firm” said in a news release that it purchased the 1.65-acre lot in November, 2018. The property is an out parcel to a Lowe’s Home Improvement store.
FRONTIER Building began the demolition of the former restaurant on Sept. 3. The team is tasked with providing a “pad complete” delivery on behalf of the landlord as well as turnkey delivery of the building on behalf of Wawa.
The gas and convenience store will consist of 7,860 square feet of air-conditioned space, eight fueling pumps, and 46 parking spaces. Derek Hopkins is leading the project which is set to be completed by the end of the year.
Hopkins, the project manager, was quoted in the news release as saying, ““This is the fourth Wawa FRONTIER has been selected to build. We’re familiar with the brand and its requirements and are excited to begin working on another one this year, this time for the Manassas community.”
FRONTIER Companies’ Building division is currently working on the remodel of a Chick-Fil-A restaurant in Manassas and recently completed a new Aldi in Falls Church. The group has several other projects under construction around the state including Arcola, Fredericksburg, Hanover, Norfolk, and Suffolk, the news release stated.