Kingstowne is a census-designated place in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. It is a planned community amid the Washington, D.C. suburbs of Springfield, Alexandria, and Franconia, Virginia, and is centered on the intersection of South Van Dorn Street and Kingstowne Boulevard. The population as of the 2010 census was 15,556.
Kingstowne has a town center containing office and retail businesses. The entire community comprises numerous subdivisions containing apartments, condominiums, single-family homes, and townhomes. It began construction in the 1980s through the Halle Companies and is still expanding today in the town center with commercial and office space and in the subdivisions with more single-family homes. Kingstowne has its own ZIP code, 22315, a substation of the Alexandria U.S. Post Office.
Tree lined streets with a variety of housing ranging from apartments to estate single family homes and a vibrant town center makes Kingstowne a great place to live and work. Residents enjoy amenities including miles of walking trails, a beautiful lake, two outdoor swimming pools, tennis and volleyball courts, numerous tot lots, an aerobics studio and two state of the art fitness centers. Every effort has been made to maintain much of its 1,200 acres of green space, making Kingstowne a unique urban environment.
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