|The entrance to the new CVS is on Charles Street.|
The new CVS is open 24 hours, seven days a week, although the pharmacy closes at 10 p.m. on weeknights and earlier on weekends.
|The shelves on the left have medications targeting the Hispanic population.|
Back-to-school items and Halloween candy are already in stock. The store also has a selection of “grab and go” prepared foods, including sandwiches and salads, and refrigerated shelves stocked with cold drinks.
Once the sidewalk and landscaping along Leesburg Pike are finished, he says, the store might have a grand opening or friends-and-family discount event.
The store’s pharmacy offers vaccinations for flu, meningitis, hepatitis, and other diseases, reports pharmacist Mark Lundblad. And since CVS acquired Aetna earlier this year, people with Aetna health insurance can now get a three-month supply of medications at the store.
The development of the shopping center has caused headaches for neighborhood residents throughout the planning and construction process. A resident has already complained to Spectrum that the “grand opening” signs posted by CVS violate the proffer agreement.
|The area along Leesburg Pike.|