WOODBRIDGE, Va. – An old Burger King restaurant at 14120 Jefferson Davis Highway that sat empty for years in Woodbridge is getting a new tenant.

Now it will become a TitleMax loans, joining several other TitleMax locations where borrows can get money by borrowing against their car title.

Crews were on site today doing demolition work for the new location, which is slated to use about 2,300 square feet of the original restaurant’s 63,000 square foot floor space.

“It’s very common to have the these types of businesses not use or need the entire amount of space available in the building,” said Mike Parker, of CM Parker & Company of Gaithersburg, Md., the company completing the demolition and renovation work to the building.

Parker’s firm also worked to renovate an old Exxon gas station at U.S. 1 and Opitz Boulevard in Woodbridge, blocks away from this new location, which also became a TitleMax.

Zoned as a restaurant, the old Burger King building dates back to 1969 and was last renovated in 1988. The land with the building was most recently assessed at $508,700, according to Prince William County property tax records.

The new TitleMax location should be open within a month, added Parker.