(Updated at 9:50 a.m.) Fast food lovers can get their foodie fix for subs and pizza at a new shopping plaza in Great Falls.
Republic Land Development, a DC-based property management company, plans to begin construction on the second phase of Seneca Corner (1024 Seneca Road), a shopping center located at the corner of Leesburg Pike and Georgetown Pike.
The 1.4-acre site is already home to a 5,760-square-foot CVS Pharmacy.
The roughly $9.6 million project has confirmed leases with Five Guys, a fast casual chain that sells burgers and fries that started in Northern Virginia, and Jersey Mike’s and Subs, a sub and sandwich franchise, according to county permits.
Representatives from both businesses did not return requests for comment from FFXnow. The Jersey Mike’s website says the Great Falls location is scheduled to “open soon.”
Republic Land Development confirmed that the project will feature Five Guys, Jersey Mike’s, and a third tenant whose identity will be announced in June.
“The base building will be complete this summer, and the businesses at the project should open in the fourth quarter of this year,” Vice President and Director of Acquisitions & Development Nicolas Aragon told FFXnow.
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