Don Beyer Volvo in Falls Church is about to move and set up shop just down the street.
The car dealership plans to move from its location at 1231 W. Broad Street to an adjacent property, an employee said.
Though it is unclear when the construction will be complete, the employee said the company hopes to move into its new spot by June or July.
One person on Twitter spotted construction and signs for the new dealership.
Tysons Reporter reached out to a manager for more information and is awaiting a response.
New car dealership on Broad Street is coming up quickly pic.twitter.com/a08RyGqf91
— Falls Church Views (@falls_views) February 2, 2020
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