Burke Village Center III - 9576 Burke Rd, Burke, VA 22015, Fairfax County, Northern Virginia
Burke Village Center III - Retail Land - Pad Site For Sale Or For Lease
Burke Village Center II Shopping Center
Burke Village Center I Shopping Center
Retail Pad Site - Land For Sale or Lease
Burke Village Center III - Property Address:
9576 Burke Road, Burke, VA 22015 - Springfield / Burke Submarket, Fairfax County
For Sale, Leasing & Property Information:
Approximate .85 acres (36,947 SqFt) out parcel / pad-site (Finished Pad & w/ Utilities)
Proposed 2,040 SF Drive-Thru Fast Food Restaurant / Possible Bank - Retail Building
For Sale at $1,000,000 or Ground Lease at Rent/SF/Yr: Negotiable / NNN
Property Highlights & Area Retailers:
Auto Traffic Counts Exceed 37,000/day (Burke Lake Road & Burke Road)
More than 256,303 people reside within a 5-mile radius with an Average Household Income of $127,499 -2010 Estimates
Adjacent Burke Village Center II Shopping Center Co-Tenants Include: Artful Quilter, Buffa's Dance Studio, Carpet Market, Dental First, Dietrich's Karate, Duk Wo Restaurant, Edible Arrangements, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Manginos Pizza Restaurant, Papa John's Pizza, Tip Top Cleaners, Cox Communications
Area Traffic Generators Include: Giant Food & Pharmacy, Merchant's Tire & Auto,& Spartan's Family Restaurant, USPS Burke Post Office, Lake Braddock School & more
Fairfax County Property Zoning Information:
Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance Commercial District Regulations
Fairfax County C-6 Community Retail Commercial District C-6 (Community Retail)Purpose and Intent:
The C-6 District is established to provide locations for retail commercial and service uses which are oriented to serve several neighborhoods or approximately 20,000 persons. Typical uses to be found in the C-6 District include those uses found in the C-5, Neighborhood Retail Commercial District, and in addition such uses as a variety-department store, a florist, milliner, furniture store, radio and television repair shop, such specialty stores as children's shoes, gifts, candy, lingerie, liquor, women's apparel, book store, children's wear, toys, haberdashery, athletic goods, and a movie theater.
Development within the district should be encouraged in compact centers that are planned as a unit and preferably confined to one quadrant of an intersection so as to provide for orderly development; maximize comparison shopping; permit one-stop shopping; minimize traffic congestion; and provide for safe and unimpeded pedestrian movement.
Generally, the ultimate size of a C-6 District in a given location in the County should not exceed an aggregate gross floor area of 400,000 square feet or an aggregate site size of forty (40) acres.
C-6 (Community Retail) Permitted Uses:
Business service and supply service establishments.
Churches, church, mosque, chapels, temples, synagogues and other such places of worship.
Commercial swimming pools, tennis courts and similar courts, indoor.
Community clubs, centers and meeting halls.
Cultural centers, museums.
Drive-in financial institutions.
Fast food restaurants.
Garment cleaning establishments.
Miniature golf courses, indoor.
Mobile and land based telecommunication facilities.
New vehicle storage.
Parking, commercial off-street, as a principal use.
Personal service establishments.
Private clubs and public benefit associations.
Private schools of general education, private schools of special education.
Quasi-public athletic fields and related facilities.
Quick-service food stores.
Repair service establishments.
Retail sales establishments.
Retail sales establishments-large.
Vehicle light service establishments.
Vehicle transportation service establishments.
For more information or to setup a time to go and see the property, please contact: Guy Travers:
703.339.0100 Click to eMail