Litchfield is the economic and commercial hub of a two-country area, serving a population of approximately 45,000 residents of Montgomery and Macoupin counties. Approximately 1.5 million people live within a fifty-mile radius of Litchfield. Litchfield is a natural stopping off point for travelers between St. Louis and Chicago.
With over 225,000 square feet of affordable commercial space, Litchfield is a prime location for marketing products and services. The City welcomes new retail and commercial leaders. Many national brand retailers and hospitality properties have entered the Litchfield market in the past several years and found a profitable niche. Built out shopping centers are home to national tenants and benefit from our central location, multiple mode transportation system, affordable rental space, cost effective utilities and motivated workforce.
The Downtown area of Litchfield feature historic streetscapes that house many specialty businesses. It is the center of the community and includes a historic Carnegie Library where many events, such as concerts and festivals, take place throughout the year. There are many activities to enjoy in downtown Litchfield.
Many commercial and retail businesses have found a profitable niche in Litchfield. City leaders welcome potential new retail leaders and appreciate the contributions of existing business residents. Built out shopping centers are home to national tenants and benefit from the central location, excellent transportation system, cost-effective utilities, low taxes, and motivated workforce.
Route 66 Crossing is a current development that includes a retail center and 118 acres of commercial development sites. The Crossing Strip Center includes tenants such as Payless Shoe Source, Fashion Bug, and Subway. The Route 66 Crossing Development located directly along Interstate 55 provides high profile to its current tenants KFT, Burger King, FastStop Travel Center, Ruby Tuesdays, Hampton Inn, Jack-n-the-Box and Arby's. Prime locations are still available.
Route 66 Crossing Commercial Development a 118 Acre Commercial Development located directly off of Interstate 55 and Route 16.