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Liz Hagg,Director, Community Revitalization Section

Lincolnia Commercial Revitalization Area


The Lincolnia CRA is located at Fairfax County’s eastern boundary with the City of Alexandria and Interstate-395 and is centered around the intersection of Little River Turnpike (Route 236) and Beauregard Street. Lincolnia became both a Community Business Center and a Commercial Revitalization Area in March of 2018, as a result of a Comprehensive Plan amendment. The 169 acre area encompasses approximately 710,000 square feet of commercial development and has approximately 1950 residential dwelling units, predominately multi-family. The area is comprised of office and retail uses, including the New Grand and the Plaza at Landmark Shopping Centers, as well as residential multifamily and townhomes communities and the Lincolnia Senior Center. Interstate-395, Beauregard Street and Little Rive Turnpike are heavily used through-commuter transportation routes that coexist with community-serving destinations. A higher intensity mix of uses and a connected multimodal grid of streets is envisioned to transform the eastern portion of the CBC into a mixed-use, walkable destination.

Lincolnia Visinity Map

Quick Facts:

Total Area: 176.73 Acres

Total Population:  6,291

Median Household Income:  $57,542

Median Home Value:  $691,667

Median Age:  31.7

Population 25+ with College Degree or More:  31.15%

Total Non-Housing Consumer Spending:  $44.33 Million

All values are 2020 estimates within the CRD boundaries provided by ESRI Business Analyst Desktop.


City of Alexandria West End Transitway

Proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system adjacent to Lincolnia CRA will provide high-capacity transit between the Van Dorn Metrorail station and the Pentagon.

Lincolnia District Study

Multi-phase study made substantive changes to the Comprehensive Plan guidance for the Lincolnia Planning District.  Final amendment adopted July 16, 2019.

Vol. I Urban Design Guidelines

These best practices apply to all CRDs & CRAs except Lake Anne assist the creation of complete streets, enhance walkability, and promote a sense of place were endorsed Nov. 20, 2018.