Anna Greves

When Greenspring announced a limited number of new, custom, two-bedroom Lincoln- and Vienna-style apartment homes, the sales office buzzed with activity. 

Schematics for the two-bedroom, two bath Vienna and Lincoln floor plans

Two never-before-seen, two-bedroom, two-bath floor plans—the Lincoln and Vienna—are coming to Greenspring. These unique homes are the result of combining two existing homes into one spacious floor plan.

Greenspring Sales Counselor Sheila Willing.

The cooler fall months bring with them a flurry of activity in Greenspring’s sales office. 

“In the last two weeks, I’ve met with dozens of people who, now that the busy summer travel season is over, want to get serious about a future move to Greenspring,” says Sales Counselor Sheila Willing. 

Fairfax County students, sending in green gowns on a staircase, celebrate their accomplishments at a special scholarship award ceremony at Greenspring’s Springfield, Va., campus.

This fall, recent Robert E. Lee High School graduate Hasib Al Islam heads to the University of Virginia in pursuit of higher education.

A screenshot of the Greenspring Facebook page, showing a photo of the Greenspring campus.

In a world of dominating social media presence, Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., is turning to Facebook as a new way of providing detailed information on the daily changes taking place on campus.

Greenspring community member Anna Deane enjoys reading Dr. Seuss stories with young Crestwood Elementary students.

Recently, members of Greenspring’s popular GrandInvolve program, a Fairfax County, Va., 50-plus initiative to recruit older adult volunteers to work in local schools with high poverty and minority enrollment, received a 2017 Governor’s Community Organization Award.

Bob and Marie Clark take a break from ballroom dancing and other artistic activities they’re engaged in at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va.

“Leaving a house where you’ve lived for more than 20 years is a difficult undertaking, but the help Ann Greves, Greenspring’s personal moving consultant, provides is indispensable,” says Bob Clark who moved last October with his wife Marie from their house in Mount Vernon to Greenspring in Springfield, Va.

Continuing Care Program Director Renee Budd (center) works with student volunteers to decorate for the Downton Abbey-themed tea party.

Recently, volunteers at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., joined forces with local high school students to host a formal Downton Abbey-themed tea party for more than 70 residents of Garden Ridge, Greenspring’s continuing care community.

Greenspring Wellness Manager Bradley Hibbs and George Washington of the Nationals Racing Presidents welcome priority list members to the home expo.

The Greenspring priority list offers the hottest ticket in town: a future home at the sought-after Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va. Membership certainly has its privileges, including invitations to special events designed specifically for the community’s future residents.