Potomac Shores

Location: Prince William County, Virginia
Property Type: Mixed-use, master-planned resort community
Area: 1,920 acres
Units: Over 3,800
Description: This spectacular master-planned community is located on the Potomac River in Washington, D.C.'s Virginia suburbs. The property is one of the last big parcels along the I-95 corridor and has two miles of shoreline along the Potomac. Just 30 miles south of the nation's capital, Potomac Shores has 1,000 acres of hardwood forest overlooking the historic Potomac River, and a network of wetlands and streams meanders through rolling landscape thick with oak, beech, weeping pine and maple.

This community is envisioned as a premier resort destination featuring more than 3,800 homes; 3.7 million square feet of commercial space, including a five-star resort; a 450-slip marina; and an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. The town center will have a future on-site Virginia Rail Express (VRE) rail station to carry commuters north to Washington. Major employment uses will be clustered around the station and town core area where mixed uses are planned.