Recreational Amenities Planned to Be Located Near Wegmans at Hilltop Village Center

KLNB Retail Broker Sam Hodges said Wegmans will take over construction of the store starting next month.

Wegmans has proffered to build recreational amenities adjacent to the soon-to-be Hilltop Village Center that will include an adult soccer field, youth baseball field, pavilion, playground, an open play area, and an associated parking lot, according to Linda Waller, director of communications for the Office of Supervisor Jeff McKay.

KLNB Retail's part in constructing the new Wegmans — which will be the anchor store for Hilltop Village Center at the corner of Beulah Street and Telegraph Road — is coming to an end. Broker Sam Hodges told Patch Wednesday that the commercial real estate company will "deliver the site to Wegmans next month" to complete the construction of the high-end grocery store.

Wegmans is still on schedule to open in September 2014, Hodges said. Other businesses at the shopping center may open between spring and summer of next year.

The shopping center will include 250,000 sq. ft. of retail development and 100,000 sq. ft. of office space. Wegmans — which will be operated by Weingarten Realty along with the rest of the shopping center — will take up 14,000 sq. ft. of the shopping center.

Click here for a map of the planned development.

In addition to Wegmans, confirmed tenants include Hilltop Dental, Massage Envy, Mattress Warehouse, Panda Express, Verizon Wireless, Green Turtle Sports Bar and Grill and BB&T.

See also:

Wegmans, Hilltop Village Set to Open in 2014

Wegmans, Hilltop Village Construction Update

Construction Begins on Wegmans Site

Kingstowne Wegmans Receives Site Approval

AND March 30, 2013 at 05:08 PM
Patch, why don't you guys ask KLNB and Weingarten why they are having so much trouble getting better retail at Hillltop? How about a nice restaurant/bar? How about you get a health club to sign a lease? How a out no more day spas, cleaners and low end fast food like Panda Express? The only thing in this shopping center worth a visit will be Wegmans. Seriously, didn't the zoning already get amended to allow for a better mix of shops?? I would love to know what the problem is? Price? Timing? Location? What?
carolyn April 03, 2013 at 07:43 PM
I agree a higher end shopping area would be more beneficial for Southern Fairfax County that those rinky dink shops. The Sports Bar/Grille sounds wonderful but it as well as Southern Fairfax County needs an Adult Softball Field vs soccer! There are numerous NoVA/Fairfax County Adult Softball Leagues that could utilize them.
Susan May 11, 2013 at 11:50 AM
I agree. The center in Woodbridge is quickly becoming one of my favorite places to shop and dine even though I live just a few miles from Kingstowne Town Center.
Ryan Peters May 19, 2013 at 07:10 AM
Pretty sure the claim that Wegmans will be 14,000 sqft is inaccurate. Wegmans stores are substantially larger typically in the 70,000-140,000 sqft range.
Raytevia Evans May 19, 2013 at 01:46 PM
Hi Ryan, Thanks for mentioning that. The Wegmans will be a little more than 143,000 sq. ft. according to Weingarten Realty. It is now correct in the above story.


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