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Chick-fil-A Seeks Spot at North Point Village Center

by Karen Goff — November 6, 2015 at 11:30 am 5 Comments

 A long-rumored plan for opening a second Chick-fil-A restaurant in Reston is in the works.

Chick-fil-A recently filed Planned Residential Community (PRC) documents with Fairfax County to establish a fast food restaurant (with drive-through) at 1490 North Point Village Center.

Interestingly, the former Burger King spot, which has been vacant since March of 2o14, is located at 1494 North Point. The application is for 1490 North Point Village Center, which currently houses a BB&T Bank branch. (Editor’s note: The address could be a clerical error; future documents will confirm exact location).

The application is being reviewed for quality control before official acceptance. There is a Fairfax County Planning Commission hearing scheduled for March 16, 2016.

The application should go through, however, as the site on which Chick-fil-A intends to open is designated Village Center Mixed Use in the Reston Comprehensive Plan and formerly contained a fast-food restaurant.

Meanwhile, the owners of the nearby Chick-fil-A on Sunset Hills recently confirmed on their Facebook page that the plan for North Point location is “moving forward.”

  • Sour Wings!!!

    Another Chick-Fil-a but no #HootersForReston

    • Joseph

      You are a strange dude!

  • FryMeToTheMoon

    Wonder if they will have to expand the space a bit, as Glory Days did, to fit in a modern ChickFilA. It will give the Boston Market a run for its money, maybe they’ll finally renovate and use non-industrial light bulbs so that diners find their food appetizing…
    Also parking will be, shall we say, interesting.

  • Ugh

    Oh good, that fits Reston {sarcasm} – not just another junk food joint, but anti gay, anti-everyone who isn’t to the CEO’s liking or persuasion.

    • The Riddler

      Shut up and try their cookies and cream milkshake. You’ll get over it.

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