Benny’s Pizza, Mathis Avenue Improvements, and More in Manassas

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Benny’s Pizza Coming to Downtown Manassas

Benny Capalogo's
Benny’s Pizza will soon be serving their famous “Virginia Slice” in Downtown Manassas. The pizza chain famous for their gigantic 28” pizza pies will open at 9209 Center Street later this year.
The first Benny’s opened in 2011 at Virginia Tech and the chain has since entrenched itself as a fan favorite in college towns and downtowns across Virginia. “Downtown Manassas has a great atmosphere and a lot going on. It’s the perfect place for us to open a new location. We can’t wait to start serving up delicious slices later this year!” says owner Kyle Kerivan.
Benny’s Manassas location, to be known as Benny Capolago’s, will fill a vacant corner storefront next to Harris Pavilion. While their initial focus is on installing the commercial kitchen and interior renovations, Benny’s also has plans for an outdoor mural and open-air seating area in the future.

Mathis Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project

Mathis Avenue
Mathis Avenue is set to become the next focus of the City’s strategic efforts to revitalize its commercial corridors.
Starting this month, the City will kick off the public engagement process for the Mathis Avenue Capital Improvement project that will bring major streetscape and pedestrian improvements to the corridor. Although still in early design, the City envisions replacing the center turn lane with a landscaped median, consolidating entrances to the various commercial parcels, creating larger sidewalks and vegetative buffers, and installing decorative hardware like light poles and benches.
These improvements will increase pedestrian connectivity and improve the appearance of a commercial corridor in need of beautification. A more appealing, safe Mathis Avenue will also increase the appeal of the area to businesses and private investment – a key to the eventual redevelopment of this area to its highest and best use.
For more information on the project and public meetings beginning Feb. 23, visit the project website here.

Freestanding Retail at Wellington Station

Wellington Station
Join established tenants like Giant Food, Truist Bank, Manassas City Library, and others at Wellington Station. The neighborhood shopping center is centrally located in the City with over 30,000 combined vehicle trips per day passing by on Dumfries (Route 234) and Wellington Road with ample parking, excellent vehicular access, and great neighborhood visibility.
The neighborhood shopping center’s largest available space is a 3,710 square foot freestanding building along the entrance from Dumfries Road. Currently built for medical office use, the standalone building would also be an excellent client-facing office, restaurant, retail, or even redevelopable pad site.
For more information on leasing opportunities at Wellington Station, see the Rappaport website here.
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