Loudoun County supervisors have approved the county's second Wawa, placing the well-known fuel and convenience store on Russell Branch Parkway at the southern entrance to the Kincora development near the Gloucester Parkway extension.
The location will have eight double-sided pumps, an ATM and offer “built-to-order hoagies,” hot breakfast sandwiches and other convenience store fare.
“We’re very pleased to move forward with yet another project at Kincora by partnering with one of the most highly regarded gas and convenience chains on the East Coast,” Dan Coughlan of TRITEC Real Estate Inc. said in a prepared statement. “This will fulfill a significant need not only for Kincora residents who start moving in later this year but also motorists passing through this well-traveled corridor.”
Anchored by the years-off National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations and the Children’s Science Center, Kincora officials hope the development be a cultural destination complementing the nearby Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.
Kincora, co-developed by TRITEC Real Estate, Inc. and Norton Scott LLC, is set for 424 acres on the west side of Route 28 south of Route 7.
The first residents will begin occupying Windy Hill’s Heronview Apartments and Lennar condominiums later this year. TRITEC’s The Jameson is set to start leasing apartments in 2020.
Kincora’s master plan calls for millions of square feet in Class A office and retail space, hotels, the future National Museum of Intelligence and Special Operations and Children’s Science Center and 1,400 apartments and condominiums.