The center's renovation will include a double-sided outdoor fireplace and a communal village design, with new storefronts and signs, wider sidewalks, new landscaping and pavilions. See photo renderings of the space.
Springfield, Virginia’s Old Keene Mill shopping center, anchored by Whole Foods, is getting a makeover that owner Federal Realty Investment Trust said will revamp the physical character of the property.
The 90,000-square-foot strip mall at Old Keene Mill Road and Rolling Road in West Springfield is also home to a Walgreens, Planet Fitness, Austin Grill, BGR The Burger Joint and Mezeh Mediterranean Grill, as well as a dozen other businesses.
The center’s renovation will include a double-sided outdoor fireplace and a communal village design, with new storefronts and signs, wider sidewalks, new landscaping and pavilions.
Federal Realty said the center’s renovation will be completed before Thanksgiving in 2019. It did not disclose the price of the shopping center’s renovation.
Federal Realty owns and operates several retail and restaurant centers throughout the Washington area. It acquired Old Keene Mill in 1976.
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