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7-Eleven on Washington Blvd in Virginia Square Shuts Down

The 7-Eleven convenience store along Washington Blvd in Virginia Square has closed.

Signs informing would be patrons of the closure now adorn the storefront at 3461 Washington Blvd, next to Rocklands Barbeque and across the street from a Giant grocery store. Its windows are now covered up, and workers appear to be in the process of emptying out the shop’s contents.

Readers first alerted ARLnow to the closure on Tuesday (Oct. 30).

Luckily, anyone looking to grab a taquito or a slurpee has plenty of other options in the area — 7-Eleven’s website shows nine other stores along the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor alone.

It’s not immediately clear what might take the store’s place. County permit records don’t show that any other business has applied to take over the space, as of yet.

H/t Peter Golkin

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