A Dunkin’ Donuts location appears on its way to Ballston in the former Quiznos storefront in the National Science Foundation building.
The storefront, at 4201 Wilson Blvd — but located at the corner of N. Stuart and 9th Streets — is covered in brown paper but a sign on the window states Dunkin’ Donuts applied for a building permit on April 3.
Steve Roggie, the building’s property manager for Gates Hudson, confirmed to ARLnow.com that Dunkin’ Donuts has already signed the lease for the space. He said he doesn’t have an estimate for when the 1,000-square-foot space will open, but he said the franchise owner is “a really good operator of Dunkin Donuts. They’re very excited to be here, and they want to get in there as soon as possible.”
The location would be the sixth Dunkin’ Donuts in Arlington, not counting its storefronts in the Pentagon and Reagan National Airport.
Hat tip to Bill Colton
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