A small McDonald’s in Centreville’s Village Center strip mall is cooking up a big revamp.
The fast food restaurant hopes to move from its small drive-thru-less location at 5633 Stone Road to a bigger space within the shopping center at 5601 Stone Road.
The new location would have a new drive-thru. If the proposal — which is currently being reviewed by the county — moves forward, McDonald’s would take over space previously occupied by a Capitol One bank.
The company did not return a request for comment from FFXnow, but in a Feb. 10 proposal to the county, it said the relocation would “better service its existing customers and reuse an existing vacant space.”
“The new drive-through configuration includes dual drive-through lanes, quieter ordering stations, improved lighting, and high efficiency kitchen tailored for less overall site impact, but with much greater efficiency in serving customers both in-house and the drive-through,” the company wrote in the proposal.
The current location will close once the move occurs. The timeline of the change is currently unknown and is pending county approval.
Located at the intersection of Braddock and Stone Roads, the village center is managed by Saul Centers, a real estate investment trust, and is anchored by Giant Food. Other major tenants include Hair Cuttery and Starbucks.
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