New Tenants Sign on at The Landing and Getting Ready for the Business Appreciation Breakfast

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Summit Community Bank, Behavioral Innovations Sign on at The Landing

Summit Community Bank

Commercial leasing at the City’s largest mixed-use community, The Landing at Cannon Branch, is heating up as two new tenants are closing in on opening their offices in Manassas.

Summit Community Bank – a $4.5 billion community bank based out of West Virginia – has leased 2,080 square feet on the second floor of The Landing’s shell building completed in 2021. The branch and their initial team of four employees will serve as Summit’s main regional office for its commercial and business banking group serving the City of Manassas and surrounding areas. Buildout of Summit’s office is currently underway as the bank aims for summer opening.

“The Landing appealed to Summit with its central location to the area’s major employers,” says Summit Market President and Manassas Economic Development Authority Chairman Gary Jones II. “Being right at the Rt. 28-234 interchange and within the City makes our new facility easily accessible to the growing number of industrial, medical, and professional service businesses in the area.”

On the other side of the building, Behavioral Innovations – an applied behavioral analysis therapy clinic for children with autism – is completing their own tenant buildout with hopes of opening later in the year. Behavioral Innovation’s office at The Landing in Manassas will be the company’s first location on the East Coast. The two new businesses and Bristow Pediatrics, which opened last fall, will leave roughly 8,000 square feet left to be leased in the building.

Since kicking off construction in 2018, the City has transformed the once vacant 40-acre corridor with 374 townhomes, the Tru by Hilton hotel, and the office/retail shell building now home to Summit Community Bank and Behavioral Innovations (with upcoming plans for additional retail, office, and amenities like walking paths). To date, the City has received over $11 million in land sales and expects to generate $3.5 million in annual local tax revenue from the redevelopment of The Landing.

Partner Spotlight

Join fellow City of Manassas businesses, City leadership, and special guests from the NBC4 News team for the 2023 City of Manassas Business Appreciation Breakfast!

This special event will bring together business leaders from across the City to hear about media-business relations, network, and celebrate another year of growth in Manassas. The Business Appreciation Breakfast, hosted in partnership with the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Friday, May 5 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. at The Salisbury Center (8890 Mathis Ave., Manassas).

This is an exclusive event for businesses located in the City of Manassas. One person per business may register to attend. Please RSVP no later than Friday, April 28.

Class-A Office Space Walkable to Historic Downtown Manassas

Located just a quarter mile from Downtown, the offices at 9300 West Courthouse Road are an ideal location for any business looking to provide a vibrant, accessible workplace for their employees.

Known as Judiciary Place, the building currently has up to 6,254 square feet of contiguous office available on the first floor (divisible to 2,700 square feet). The two suites offer large open work areas, 20 total private offices, kitchenette, conference rooms, and more. The spaces are listed at $28-29.00 per square foot, full service at a professionally managed building.

For more information on the Judiciary Place building, view the property listing from Weber Rector or visit choosemanassas.org/available-property/.

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