A commercial building that looks like a house, but was once a restaurant, is under construction in Ballston.
Owner Arash Hosseinzadeh tells ARLnow the former Sichuan Wok building at 901 N. Quincy Street, which is nestled among large apartment and office towers, will “be converted to a day spa with many great services to offer.”
After the restaurant closed in 2018, the building at 901 N. Quincy Street went on the market in the fall of 2019 for an asking price of $3.2 million. By October 2020, the building was sold for $3 million.
As for a construction timeline, Hosseinzadeh said it all depends on whether back-ordered construction materials, weather and county approval processes cause delays.
“Hopefully, we can have our grand opening for December, [but] this is very approximate,” he said.
Permits suggest that the construction will involve building some sort of an addition.
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