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First Brambleton gas station should open this coming spring

The second Brambleton gas station won’t be far behind it.

Site work has begun on the first official gas station planned for the huge Brambleton community on the southern side of Ashburn — and the community’s second gas station shouldn’t be far behind it. Crews are tearing up the pavement of a former parking lot next to the Onelife Fitness center at the Brambleton Town Center. Soon, a Filling Co. Gas & Grub convenience store and Shell gas station will go up on the site.

Brambleton, which has roughly 20,000 residents, has never had a convenient service station to call their own. Instead, they’ve had to go north to the Broadlands, east to to the interchange with 267 or, more recently, south to Aldie. Now, the new station will be in heart of Brambleton’s small commercial center.

The first Filling Co. Gas & Grub location at the Ashbrook Marketplace shopping center in Ashburn. (Image: Filling Co.)

The Burn reported a few weeks ago about how several large trees on the future gas station property were carefully scooped from group in order to be replanted elsewhere.

We checked with the Rubino family (of Rubino’s Pizzeria fame) who are building the new Filling Co. Gas & Grub and Shell station. They tell us they hope to have the Brambleton Town Center location open by April or May 2021. They also have a second Brambleton area location in the works. As The Burn has reported, another Filling Co. c-store along with an Exxon station will be going up near the intersection of Evergreen Mills Road and Northstar Boulevard. That store has a target opening of June/July 2021, so work on that site should start soon. The Gas & Grub concept includes a full-on fast-food restaurant inside the store — similar to those found in a Sheetz or Wawa.

3 Comments
  1. Sean 1 year ago
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    The funny thing is that there is now another gas station coming up a mile down the road. It’s a wonder why the Brambleton Association agreed to a gas station bang in the middle of a residential area given that the other location is in a strip mall.
    If they really wanted to be progressive, it would have been more logical to have EV charging station, which also are not conveniently located for Brambleton and are less polluting to local environment.

  2. Sean 1 year ago
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    The funny thing is that there is now another gas station coming up a mile down the road. It’s a wonder why the Brambleton Association agreed to a gas station bang in the middle of a residential area given that the other location is in a strip mall.
    If they really wanted to be progressive, it would have been more logical to have EV charging station, which also are not conveniently located for Brambleton and are less polluting to local environment.

  3. A 12 months ago
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    Every article I’ve read about this gas station states that Brambleton residents have “waited for years” for it. Is that really true? Have people really been so eager to have a strip mall eye sore wedged right in the heart of a pedestrian-oriented residential area? Are there any plans in place to address the traffic congestion which is sure to follow?

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