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Check out our “Useful Documents” page for a one-stop-shop for printable, in-depth information on the Richmond Highway Corridor. This page includes documentation on recent developments, progress of ongoing projects, demographic statistics, and market analyses of the Richmond Highway area.
New on the page is an economic study conducted by Urban Analytics, Inc. on the impacts of various land-uses on the Richmond Highway Corridor.
– Did you know 71% of the non-residential land-use along Richmond Highway Corridor is retail?
– Did you know that the Corridor has a strong residential rental market?
Read the full economic study here
We are a nonprofit economic development organization dedicated to the redevelopment and revitalization of the Richmond Highway Corridor of U.S. Route 1 from the Beltway to Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Check out SFDC’s latest short videos, made in collaboration with Fairfax County’s Channel 16…
Video 1: The Revitalization of Route 1
Video 2: Benefits of Revitalization
Video 3: Early History of Southeast Fairfax County – Part I
Video 4: Early History of Southeast Fairfax County – Part II
U.S. Route 1 stretches from Maine to Florida, and was one of the country’s first highways. The Richmond Highway corridor is a 7.5 mile stretch of Route 1 from the Beltway to Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County, Virginia.
SFDC strives to make Richmond Highway a better place to live, visit and do business, while remaining mindful of the area’s history: Historic Images
Visit the Transit Studies page to learn everything you need to know about transportation studies and projects in our area.
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