A Taste of Nashville Comes to Manassas

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Provided by City of Manassas Department of Economic Development

Hangry Joe’s Brings a Taste of Nashville to Manassas

Hangry Joe's
Nashville hot chicken lovers – your time has come. Hangry Joe’s, a hot chicken restaurant with a Korean twist, is coming to the Shops at Signal Hill on Liberia Avenue.
Featuring dishes like chicken and waffles, Korean chicken nuggets, and their signature ‘Chicken Sando’ sandwich, Hangry Joe’s gives diners the option of choosing their own spiciness level – even requiring brave customers who go with the ‘angry hot’ option to sign a waiver. The restaurant is also halal certified.
“Manassas is a great foodie City,” says Derek Cha, Founder of Hangry Joe’s and Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt (which also has a Manassas City location at the Hastings Marketplace). “We’re excited to bring a unique take on chicken sandwiches to a City with a lot of growth and a diverse, delicious food scene.”
Hangry Joe’s will open later this summer at the former Strofi building at 9740 Liberia Avenue near Aldi.

Flying Higher at Manassas Regional Airport (HEF)

Manassas Regional Airport
With more than 400 based aircraft and over 85,000 annual aircraft operations, Manassas Regional Airport (HEF) is the busiest general aviation airport in Virginia.
For corporate and private flights, Manassas Regional Airport allows passengers to fly on their own schedule without the hassles of a commercial airport. The airport’s two fixed-base operators (Chantilly Air and APP Jet Center), FAA control tower, low fuel costs, and ample hangar space are ideal for corporate travelers looking to save time and money flying to and from the D.C. area.
The Manassas Regional Airport is home to more than 25 aviation-related companies from government contractors and cutting-edge aerospace firms like Aurora Flight Sciences and Leidos to a number of private flight schools and avionics companies. The airport is a key driver of business activity in the City and the D.C. region, contributing over $375 million annually to the local economy and supporting upwards of 1,300 well-paying jobs.
For more information about business opportunities, charter flights, or more at the Manassas Regional Airport, visit FlyHEF.com.

Rare Heavy Industrial Warehouse Available

Euclid Ct. Warehouse
New to the market, this rare industrial opportunity in the City won’t last long. Located on Euclid Court less than a quarter mile off Liberia Avenue and half a mile from Route 28, this multitenant warehouse complex offers spaces as small as 2,000 square feet to 13,000 square feet (with an entire standalone building available at just over 100,000 square feet).
This industrial warehouse features ceiling heights up to 28’ clear with multiple bays – ideal for companies with a future expansion in mind. The property is zoned I-2 for heavy industrial uses including manufacturing, research and development, warehousing, and more.
For more information, see the listing from Weber Rector here.
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