New Businesses Coming to Zion Crossroads, Virginia – Sheetz! – Opened 5/23/2012

Commercial Growth at Zion Crossroads

With all the commercial construction doom and gloom in the national media, Zion Crossroads, Virginia continues to buck the trend!  Adjacent to the Shops at Spring Creek and in front of Lowe’s and Wal-Mart, we’ve got Sheetz (scheduled to open Spring of 2012) and what appears to be an Arby’s Restaurant under construction.

Shops at Spring Creek

It’s great to see that Louisa County, Virginia remains open for business!  If you’re looking to open or relocate a business to Louisa County, let’s talk!

Another Look at the Zion Crossroads Commercial Construction

Went back by the  Zion Crossroads Sheetz on 2/25/2012 where progress continues.  Perhaps with the growth in the area Cracker Barrel will also build.  If you’re one of the many folks who would like to see Cracker Barrel Old Country Store & Restaurant in Zion Crossroads, Virgina, please visit the Cracker Barrel web site and let them know!

Progress on Zion Crossroads Sheetz 2.25.2912

The Arbey’s has opened and Sheetz continues to make progress opening later this month hopefully.

Zion Crossroads, Sheetz on 6/2/2012

Went by the Sheetz at Zion Crossroads earlier today and Pepsi was busy stocking the store with beverages.  Opening day cannot be to far off!

Pepsi stocking the Zion Crossroads Sheets on Monday, May 21, 2012

The Zion Crossroads, Virginia Sheetz opened today (5/23/2012)!!!!

Open for Business - Time to gas up at Sheetz!!!



About James Friend Dickerson

Real Estate Consultant As a native of Central Virginia and a full time REALTOR since 1991, James listens to your needs to provide information allowing you to make informed choices. In our constantly changing world, you need a REALTOR who puts you first providing rigidly flexible service. James Dickerson provides a high level of service designed to fit each individual clients needs. Having received many awards from both the local Association of REALTORS and RE/MAX International, James is recognized as an authority on the local real estate market. The highest form of recognition James receives continues to be the many repeat clients who seek out his services time after time plus sending their relatives, friends, co-workers and neighbors to James for their real estate needs. Contact James today for an interview to discuss your real estate needs. James is a licensed real estate sales person in the Commonwealth of Virginia with Charlottesville Solutions. Personal As a Central Virginia native (Born in Charlottesville and raised in Albemarle and Louisa Counties), James' youth was filled with extra-curricular activities and organizations centered around school, church and the Boy Scouts of America. A graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Forestry and Wildlife Management, James' non-real estate activities include spending time with family & friends, traveling, stalking deer & spring gobblers, fly fishing, church and Masonic activities. James and his lovely bride Karen live between Zion Crossroads and Gordonsville in the Green Springs area of Louisa County. Since 2022 Jim has served on the Louisa County Planning Commission. Their dog Sammy passed away so now they dog sit for friends and family.
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0 Responses to New Businesses Coming to Zion Crossroads, Virginia – Sheetz! – Opened 5/23/2012

  1. Sue says:

    We have always wanted a Cracker Barrel on Zions Crossroads. It would definitly be an advantage for them to start building. We would also like a Sonic’s Drive-through, Hardie’s would be welcome and a clothing retailer as well to bring more people here.

  2. money says:

    This is a great post, thanks!

  3. Kevin says:

    Great post! Another exciting development at Zion Crossroads is a new car wash. It’s tentatively scheduled to open mid-December. It’s called Crossroads Car Wash, you can check for updates by liking their Facebook page – and following them on Twitter –

  4. Dorene Mears says:

    I think an Olive Garden would give people a nice place to eat, considering they don’t even have one in Charlottesville. We have enough fast food places around. I’m tired of traveling to go somewhere nice to eat.

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