Loudoun’s first Dash In convenience store starts to take shape

Construction on Loudoun County’s first Dash In gas station and convenience store is picking up pace and we have a new image of the progress.

As The Burn has detailed in past reports, Dash In is a Maryland-based convenience store chain making a push into Virginia.

The brand is similar to a Wawa or a Sheetz and includes an onsite fast-food restaurant that — according to plans — is called the Dash In Kitchen.

The new Dash In is going up near the intersection of Gum Spring Road and Tall Cedars Parkway, just south of Highway 50.

A photo of the site shared on social media by the construction firm show the outline of the future Dash In c-store as well as a “Splash-In” car wash on the left.

The firm — Morgan-Keller Construction — says the project is on track to finish up sometime in October.

But that doesn’t mean the Dash-In will open just then. They still need to install all the fixtures inside the store, stock the store, hire and train the staff, and so forth before a grand opening can be held.

The South Riding/Chantilly location in one of several Dash Ins that are reportedly in the works for Loudoun County.

Other potential spots include one off Loudoun County Parkway near Brambleton and one off Claiborne Parkway in the Belmont area near Route 7.