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Springfield Mall/Town Center Finally Coming Down

November 20, 2012

Finally there is some visible progress on the revitalization of Springfield Mall and its transformation into Springfield Town Center. Demolition is actually happening as evidenced from the photos published in the Washington Business Journal today:   The word is mid-2014 for reopening. I hope to bring you more news as it proceeds.

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Springfield Mall – er, Town Center – New Vision

July 7, 2012

The Springfield Mall is dead. Long live the Springfield Mall Town Center. Well, at least JC Penney, Macy’s and Target are open. But the rest of it is being gutted and rebuilt. Vornado has put up some new photos of what the “new” Town Center shopping complex will look like when the renovation is done […]

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Springfield Town Center Update

May 17, 2012

The Connection wrote today that Jeff McKay thinks Springfield Mall is actually going to begin turning into Springfield Town Center. They also published a couple of Vornado’s architectural renderings (which must be new, because the theater featured is not AMC as in the older ones): According to the Lee District supervisor, who has worked closely […]

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Springfield Town Center Needs A Marketing Director!

March 25, 2012

What ho! Vornado Realty Trust has an opening! Marketing Director, Springfield Town Center (Springfield Mall redevelopment) Vornado Realty Trust has an immediate need for a Marketing Director at Springfield Town Center in Springfield, VA. The existing Springfield Mall will soon undergo a major redevelopment which upon completion will become a grand new shopping environment. The […]

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Springfield Mall/Town Center To Begin Renovations in July?

March 2, 2012

That post title comes with a question mark because we have been promised the renovation since the mall was purchased six years ago. According to reports from tenants who received their lease-required 120-day notice on Monday, the Springfield Mall—with the exception of the anchor stores Target, Macy’s and JC Penney—will be gutted in July and […]

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