The Springfield Commercial Revitalization District, (CRD), located just south of the I-495 and I-95 interchange, contains a variety of retail, office, and residential activities that is accessible by both Metrorail and the Virginia Railway Express at the adjacent Franconia-Springfield Transit Station. A vision for a walkable, well-connected urban village was established in the Springfield Connectivity Plan in 2010, with goals for higher density development, quality urban design and place-making. The Greater Springfield/Franconia area has more than 10.7 million square feet of industrial flex space, 4.2 million square feet of office space, and 5.3 million square feet of retail space, including the Springfield Town Center, with tremendous influence on and opportunity for the Springfield CRD.
Total Area: 250.28 Acres
Total Population: 890
Median Household Income: $81,698
Median Home Value: NA / No Owned Units
Medina Age: 34.4
Population 25+ with College Degree or More: 32.9%
Total Non-Housing Consumer Spending: $9.95 Million
All values are 2019 estimates within the CRD boundaries provided by ESRI Business Analyst Desktop.
Springfield Commuter Parking Facility
A new and innovative commuter parking garage is coming to downtown Springfield. Plans for the six level, 1,100 space garage, located at 7033 Old Keene Mill Road, includes ground floor space to accommodate special events such as a farmer’s market during off-peak hours, and a 5,000 square foot portion of the upper deck plaza for community events. A 200-foot-long pedestrian bridge over Old Keene Mill Road will connect the garage to Springfield Plaza and function as a gateway to Springfield. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2021, with completion by late 2023.