The Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority store in North Point Village Center is temporarily closed.
But customers need not worry for long. The ABC store, located at 1454 North Point Village, is undergoing renovations and will expand from 2,500 square feet to 3,700 square feet.
Dawn Eischen, public relations manager for the authority, said no reopening date has been set yet.
“In the meantime, we recommend customers shop at the nearest store at 378 Elden Street in Herndon,” Eischen told FFXnow.
The landlord of the property is currently conducting construction work to prepare the store for expansion.
The authority plans to install fixtures and shelving once that work is completed.
The store closed on Jan. 28.
All of the state’s ABC stores resumed normal operating hours at the end of February as COVID-19 case numbers continued to fall in the region.
The village center recently saw its Subway close and Matsutake Sushi & Sake Bar open, replacing a former Boston Market. Bb.q Chicken — a Korean fried chicken spot — opened last July, replacing Jerry’s Subs.