Villagio Hospitality Group, which owns 2 Silos Brewing Co., is organizing a $25 million expansion of its beer-building capability plus a boutique hotel at its expansive Farm Brew Reside campus close to Manassas.
In the course of its meeting Tuesday, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors authorized the sale of 5.65 acres at Innovation Park to Patriot Assets Team LLC for $1.5 million.
The business designs to use the assets, which is up coming to the present Farm Brew Live, to develop a 21,000-square-foot canning and distilling facility and a 60-space boutique hotel.
“We’re psyched about this challenge,” said Marcus Silva, president of Villagio Hospitality Team, which owns Farm Brew Stay.
Patriot Assets Group LLC is a subsidiary of Silva Holdings LLC, which is an affiliated corporation of Villagio.
Silva mentioned the job represents about $25 million of expense above the subsequent two-and-a-fifty percent yrs.
The county has supported improvement of the assets considering the fact that 2016, when it initially offered 6.5 acres and the Thomasson Barn for the Farm Brew Live enhancement. The growth, a 12-acre campus with dining establishments, the brewery and an outside music phase, opened in 2017.
The county bought an more 3.5 acres in 2018 in a deal that incorporated an choice for an more 2.96 acres at $5 per square foot. The sale authorised Tuesday contains the optioned residence and an additional 2.69 acres at $7 for every sq. foot.
Farm Brew Reside appeals to an typical of 34,000 men and women each individual month in peak year, Silva reported. People numbers are expected to mature to 50,000 as the economy rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic and the not too long ago produced Brentsville Hall occasion middle opens, Silva extra.
Supervisor Jeanine Lawson, whose Brentsville District features the house, claimed the campus has been “such a achievements tale.”
“I can’t feel of a greater use for this parcel of land,” she claimed.
The firm options to construct the canning and brewing facility to broaden the existing brewery’s potential. It also designs a 5,000-square-foot “Rickhouse” that could be leased for ageing whiskey. Silva reported a corporation individual from 2 Silos will run the distillery.
The resort will have 52 common rooms, eight deluxe suites, a coffee store and a rooftop bar.
Website system approval for the growth will slide under the county’s Innovation Architectural Review Board.
The new enhancement is predicted to make 29 jobs in the hospitality and tourism field.
The challenge is expected to produce about $4.3 million in new county tax earnings more than the up coming 10 decades.
“2 Silos and The Black Sheep [Restaurant] and every thing else has been a excellent addition to Prince William County,” mentioned Board Chair Ann Wheeler. “It’s a amazing site and this will be a excellent addition.”