The public will have the opportunity to voice concerns to the Prince William County Office of Planning on May 2 about the highly anticipated Promenade at Virginia Gateway project.
At this hearing, the planning office will solicit public comments on applications for special use permits for new phases of the project, which include a permit to construct a motor vehicle fuel station at the BJ’s Warehouse location, as well as land use amendments and approval of a comprehensive sign plan for the site.
The Peterson Companies, the developers of the project, describe the Promenade at Virginia Gateway as a 300,000 square foot upscale retail center, which will offer shopping, restaurants and public events in a dedicated plaza. A 12 to 14-screen movie theater, announced as opening in the fall of 2012, will anchor the project along with the recently constructed BJ’s Warehouse.
Peterson Companies Senior Vice President, Retail, Taylor Chess said, “Virginia Gateway is one of our most successful projects and we are pleased at the level of interest from retailers and restaurants who want to be a part of the highly-desirable Gainesville community and The Promenade at Virginia Gateway.”
The hearing will be held at the James J. McCoart Building, 1 County Complex Court, Prince William, VA.
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