Pediatric Urgent Care & Food Hall Among New Businesses Headed to Occoquan District

Pediatric Urgent Care & Food Hall Among New Businesses Headed to Occoquan District

The epiQ Food Hall is being build in Noblewood Plaza in Occoquan District

“Even with the challenges of the past year, we continue to welcome new businesses and jobs to the Occoquan District of Prince William County,” said Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye. 

Christina Winn, Executive Director of the Prince William County Department of Economic Development shared his sentiment: “Economic development is alive and well in Occoquan District, and we are excited about the new businesses and entrepreneurs opening their doors in 2021.”

A Pediatric Urgent Care and a Food Hall are among the businesses opening in the Occoquan District in 2021, along with a state-of-the-art five-story Kaiser Permanente medical center that will serve to anchor The Landing at Prince William, a mixed-use, transit-oriented plan for flanked by I-95 and commuter hubs. The $200 million Kaiser project will house over 450 employees and include services such as a comprehensive maternal care program, multidisciplinary cancer care and behavioral health. 

“The need for additional healthcare infrastructure has never been greater, and new food and retail establishments remind us of the resilience of the entrepreneurial spirit. I look forward to these additions to our local economy,” said Boddye.

Hover on the images below to learn more about some of the businesses coming to Occoquan District in 2021.

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

The new Kaiser Permanente Mutli-Specialty Hub on Minnieville Road will house over 450 employees and include both primary and specialty care programs. The 241,357-square-foot medical center will serve as an anchor to The Landing at Prince William Small Area Plan, envisioned as a mixed-use development that spurs job growth and transit-oriented neighborhoods.

Pediatric Urgent Care

Pediatric Urgent Care

A Pediatric Urgent Care, coming to the Smoketown Station in 2021, will be the latest medical practice to locate in Eastern Prince William’s thriving healthcare hub, which is also home to two Sentara hospitals and the soon-to-open Kaiser Permanent medical campus at The Landing at Prince William.

Kababayan Filipino Kitchen

Kababayan Filipino Kitchen

The Kababayan Filipino Gourmet is expanding from its shop and small eatery in Prince William Commons, and will soon open as Kabayan Fillipino Kitchen from a much-larger location in the Madison Farm Shopping Center.

epiQ Food Hall

epiQ Food Hall

Coming soon to Noblewood Plaza, epiQ Food Hall promises “a social destination founded on our shared culinary passion and dedication to great food and drink, with 14 Culinary Partners providing a wide diversity of cuisines to savor in a fun and relaxing setting.” A sneak peek reveals a bakery, trattoria, grill and bar. Other offerings will include seafood, tacos and more.

 

 

being build in the Prince William Commons.

Mezeh Mediterranean Grill

Mezeh Mediterranean Grill

Mezeh Mediterranean Grill will transform a former bank at The Glen/Merchant Plaza, with patio and indoor dining options featuring 70+ Mediterranean recipes made fresh from scratch, as well as options to purchase favorites by-the-pound.