The folks behind the mammoth Kincora development underway west of State Road 28 near Route 7 have confirmed that a new Wawa convenience store and gas station is part of the project’s plan. The popular c-store, known for its custom hoagie sandwiches, is in the works for a parcel of land at the intersection of Pacific Boulevard and Gloucester Parkway.
“Wawa has signed a lease for space at Kincora,” said Dan Coughlan, one of the principals with TRITEC Development Group. “We have submitted a special exception application, which is subject to Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approval, for (Wawa) to be located near the fire and rescue station and we are working hard to obtain it.”
This will technically be the second Wawa location in Loudoun County, but the first one is located so close to the Fairfax County line that it hardly counts. It opened last June at 606 and Oakgrove Road. Meanwhile the new Wawa store should be more conveniently located for many residents of Ashburn and Sterling, coming at a major intersection near SR 28 and the Dulles Town Center mall.