Today, plans were announced for the demolition of the old Exxon station, which has been an eyesore in Great Falls for the past few years complicated by the need to clean up groundwater contamination from past gasoline spills at the site. The land is currently owned by Capital Petroleum, with plans to have a new TD Bank branch constructed there.
In a meeting this morning with Supervisor Foust, TD bank representatives disclosed:
Although TD Bank has not taken possession of the site, they have now arranged with Capitol Petroleum to demolish and remove the building and canopy. Demolition efforts will begin around April 1 2016.
TD Bank’s site plan has been approved by Fairfax County. They expect to begin construction in August 2016 and complete in January 2017. They plan to open for business next February.