Wawa generic store

An artist's rendering of a Wawa gas station and convenience store.

A new Wawa gas station and convenience store will replace the old Don Pablos restaurant in Manassas that has been shuttered since 2016.

The Prince William Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday, June 26, to approve a special permit for a new Wawa gas station at the southeast corner of Sudley Road and Davidson Place. Board Chairman Corey Stewart, R-At Large, was absent for the vote.

The Pennsylvania-based chain will demolish the existing restaurant building on the site and replace it with a structure spanning 6,049 square feet.

The operation  will have eight double-sided gas-pump stations, a quick service food store and restaurant.

Wawa has more than 750 convenience stores (more than 500 with gasoline) in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Florida, according to the company website. 


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