DC-Area Favorite ‘Roaming Rooster’ Lands in Manassas

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Roaming Rooster Opens in Manassas

Roaming Rooster, Manassas

With its grand opening today, Roaming Rooster is serving up their free-range, grain-fed, antibiotic-free chicken sandwiches to hungry Manassas residents.

Roaming Rooster is a Black-owned, D.C.-based business that started in 2015 as a food truck fleet. Fast forward to 2021, Roaming Rooster won the “Hottest New Sandwich Shop” award from the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) and has been off to the races opening up locations all across the DMV. “We’re very excited to open our new restaurant in Manassas! The City has such a great food scene and a lot of growth going on. With our various chicken sandwiches, milkshakes, and more, Roaming Rooster is ready to serve up all sorts of deliciousness in Manassas,” says owner Biniyam Habtemariam.

The new Manassas location at 9221 Sudley Road (formerly Five Guys) will be the company’s tenth brick-and-mortar restaurant. The 2,500-square foot restaurant will employ upwards of 10 local residents as the business grows.

Manassas Façade & Landscape Improvement Program

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If your business is considering renovations or exterior improvements, let the City of Manassas be your partner with a Façade Improvement Grant (FIG). The FIG program is a 3:1 matching grant program for commercial property owners and businesses who can receive up to $25,000 for qualifying building enhancements and up to $15,000 for permanent landscaping.

The Façade and Landscape Improvement Grant program helps visually enhance the City’s commercial corridors and rehabilitate underutilized properties increasing customer interest in the property and improving our residents’ community experience. It also allows the City to proactively partner with businesses already investing in the City, supporting their growth in Manassas. To date, the City has awarded over $420,000 in Façade and Landscape Grants, matching more than $3.7 million in private investment in Manassas.

To find out more and see if the Façade and Landscape Improvement Grant can benefit your business, email choosemanassas.org/contact us.

Downtown Manassas Office with a View

Old Town Plaza Manassas

Looking for an upscale office with a view in a vibrant, walkable downtown? Then look no further than Old Town Plaza at 9408 Grant Avenue.

This mixed-use office building offers a highly visible corner location in Historic Downtown Manassas. With three suites from 1,100-1,500 square feet, Old Town Plaza is an ideal location for small start-ups, government contractors, a sales office, or other office users who want to be near the cultural and commercial hub of Downtown Manassas.

For more information, contact George Charlton at Weber Rector.


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