Working together to revitalize
Vermont’s historic downtown
Looking for modernized commercial space in a historic building on a 10,000 car/day Main Street in rural Vermont? Check out our remaining two available spaces in the newly renovated Woolson Block Building! Visit the listing details to learn more about early bird incentives!learn more
Revitalizing Springfield’s Downtown doesn’t happen overnight. It’s an ongoing process. And we need you to volunteer to help make it happen!
Thanks for considering a contribution to Springfield On The Move! Your donation will help make Springfield’s downtown a more vibrant, beautiful, and prosperous place. Fill out this form and send with a check to support SOM’s work.
Springfield On The Move (SOM) is a non-profit that partners with business, citizens, property owners, and the town government to make Springfield’s downtown an attractive, desirable, and economically sustainable destination for residents and visitors. Our key partners include the Town of Springfield, Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce, Springfield Regional Development Corporation, and residents who want to help revitalize Springfield’s downtown and the surrounding areas.
Open A Business
Become part of our downtown community!
We are looking to fill 4 commercial spaces in the Woolson Block building on Main Street.
The Woolson Block is located in Springfield’s beautiful Designated Downtown area.
This designation brings ready access to downtown tax credits and other benefits.
And based on our commissioned market study, Springfield is a place full of potential to do business.
If you’re interested in the available space or want to do business in downtown Springfield, contact us!
Check out our current undertakings!
Woolson Block Building
Renovations to transform the commercial and residential space in downtown Springfield.
Co-Op relocation project to aid business growth.
Wayfinding project to improve navigation throughout the town for visitors and locals alike.
Solar Power Crosswalk Lights
Solar powered crossing lights to increase pedestrian accessibility.