Friday, March 22, 2013
The shop will open Monday, March 25.
SweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt appears close to opening its doors at the Kings Crossing Shopping Center in Alexandria. Workers were seen installing outdoor signage at the shop on Wednesday. The SweetFrog shop will open its doors Monday, March 25, according to a sign on its door. SweetFrog will also open another location in the neighborhood, next to the Gold's Gym at 7770 Richmond Highway in Alexandria. That location does not have a set opening date. SweetFrog
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Self-serve frozen yogurt shop will open in the new shopping center.
SweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt will open a shop this spring at the Kings Crossing Shopping Center in Alexandria. According to a SweetFrog employee, the Kings Crossing location does not have a set opening date, but the shop could open as early as March. SweetFrog has two locations in the City of Alexandria: 508-D S. Van Dorn St. and 3219 Duke St.
Monday, February 11, 2013
The eye care store will open today.
My Eye Dr. will open its doors Monday at the Kings Crossing Shopping Center on Route 1. The store offers glasses, contact lenses and eye exams. There is a licensed optometrist on staff. My Eye Dr. has locations in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. The company is headquartered in Vienna. My Eye. Dr. is the latest addition to the shopping center. Sarku Japan opened its doors last week, and Sweet Frog will be opening a King's Crossing location this year. My Eye Dr. is located at 6307 Richmond Highway. Subscribe to the Greater Alexandria Patch newsletter for the latest business news.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
A Japanese restaurant opened its doors in the Kings Crossing Shopping Center Monday.
Sarku Japan has opened its first street concept restaurant Monday in Virginia in the Kings Crossing Shopping Center on Richmond Highway. The restaurant is traditionally located in mall food courts, but has expanded the brand with the launch of its street concept in major metropolitan areas in 2008. The Kings Crossing location is the first street concept restaurant in Virginia. “Ever since opening our street locations in Maryland, we’ve received a tremendous response from customers in the metro DC area,” said Bruce Kim, Sarku Japan assistant vice president of Franchises, in a press release. “Due to store visibility and brand resonance, Northern Virginia was the logistical next step for the expansion of the street concept.” Sarku chefs …
Friday, December 14, 2012
The urgent and primary care center had its ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
Patient First staff, Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce members, and representatives from the Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation were on hand Thursday for the ribbon-cutting of Patient First at Kings Crossing. Patient First, an urgent and primary care center, chose the Kings Crossing location due to its growth and activity. "The area's growing so quickly that we thought it'd be a great area for the business," Patient First spokeswoman Tara Ghavham said. SFDC executive director David Versel says the Route 1 corridor has been changing and enticing new businesses to open their doors and stay. "There is more evidence of the area's transition and changing demographics where businesses like this want to move to Richmond Highway," …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Panda Express was the first business to open in late November.
New businesses are beginning to move into the Kings Crossing shopping center. Panda Express was the first business to open its doors in the new development last week. Patient First, an urgent and primary care center, will open Dec. 14. The site’s developer, JBG Rosenfeld Retail, added 20,000 square feet of small-store space in front of Walmart on pad sites facing Route 1. Sarku Japan, Jimmy John’s, Mazzio’s, Healthy Nails and Spa, and Sweet Frog will also open for business in the coming months. Live in the area? Keep up with local news and events with the Huntington-Belle Haven Patch email newsletter. Learn more here.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Sites should be available for tenants this summer.
New businesses could be in the Kings Crossing shopping center by the end of 2012. The site’s developer, JBG Rosenfeld Retail, is currently adding 20,000 square feet of small-store space in front of Walmart on pad sites that front Route 1. The developer has announced on its website that among the initial tenants will be Patient First Urgent Care, Panda Express, Sarku Japan, Jimmy John’s and Mazzio’s. According to the Southeast Fairfax Development Corp., a nail salon will also move into one of the sites. David Ben, spokesman for the SFDC, said based on the timelines the SFDC has heard, the pad sites will be available for the tenants this summer, and the businesses should be in operation by late 2012 or early 2013. Kings Crossing is anchored …