Wayback Burgers

Wayback Burgers, promotional photo

Sonic has submitted a building plan for a new restaurant at the former Burger King at Sudley and Balls Ford roads. Burger King previously used the site in the Promenade at Manassas shopping center. 

It’s one of several commercial projects that received permits from Prince William County planning officials in recent weeks. Note: This is a month's worth of permits, so some projects may be completed.

The Wayback Burger planned in the new building on Opitz Boulevard near Potomac Mills received a building plan permit. The restaurant had tentatively planned to open over the summer.

McDonald’s on the northern end of U.S. 1 in Woodbridge is looking to rebuild after crews complete the widening project on the busy highway. The developer’s permit request, which is still under review, eyes a site a few hundred feet south of the current location at 13707 Jefferson Davis Highway.

Dunkin’ Donuts (soon to be just Dunkin’) is moving forward with a new restaurant near the Walmart and Aldi off Jefferson Davis Highway in southeastern Prince William County, a few miles north of its current location in Dumfries.

A Beef Jerky store is now open at Potomac Mills. The county also issued sign permits for two other new stores: New York Thread and The Cosmetic Store.

Lumber Liquidators is opening at the Potomac Festival shopping center in Woodbridge, near the recently opened Bob’s Discount Furniture.

Bank of America is grabbing space at Dillingham Square in Lake Ridge. The site was previously home to an Asian restaurant. The bank also made interior renovations at the branch at 2611 Prince William Parkway.

A remodel was approved at the Chick-fil-A at 5015 Wellington Road in Gainesville. Similar additions have been made at the restaurant on Sudley Manor Drive in Manassas.

There were more remodels and additions in Gainesville, including the Wawa at 14451 Lee Highway and Honey Baked Ham in the Virginia Gateway shopping center.

A new Dollar Tree is opening in the former Rite Aid on Lee Highway in Gainesville.

A Dog’s Day Out Haymarket received a permit for a new building at 6680 Fayette St.

New bleachers and a press box were approved at St. John Paul The Great High School in the Dumfries area.

Quickway Japanese Hibachi received a tenant permit at 13806 Smoketown Road in Woodbridge.

New sign permits were issued for the Lidl store that opened Sept. 26 in Dumfries and the McDonald’s at Featherstone Road, as well as the recently remodeled Wendy’s sites at Cheshire Station Plaza, on the Prince William Parkway and on Old Bridge Road.

Minor renovations were permitted at the Walmart at 8386 Sudley Road, along with more permits for Catholic Charities expansion at Shoppers Square in Manassas. And a Texas Donuts opened at 8130 Ashton Ave. in Manassas.

CVS made some renovations at 12890 Touchstone Circle, off Old Bridge Road near Merchant Plaza.

(1) comment

badhand

Sonic!!!!! Awesome!!!

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