Potomac Shores has been named the “Community of the Year” by the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association.
According to a release, the award is part of the Great American Living Awards, and is given to communities that are well planned and offered an excellent environment and amenities to residents.
“With two miles of shoreline, a planned VRE rail station and a world-class recreation center now open, there’s nothing else like Potomac Shores in the Virginia area. We’re very pleased that the Northern Virginia BIA has honored Potomac Shores with this top award,” stated SunCal Senior Vice President David Soyka in a release.
SunCal is the company that developed the Potomac Shores community, according to a release.
Potomac Supervisor Maureen Caddigan expressed her excitement about the award.
“On behalf of the entire community, I would like to convey our warmest congratulations to Potomac Shores on receiving this most deserved recognition. Potomac Shores is one of the truly magnificent ‘crown jewels’ in all of Northern Virginia and this acknowledgement confirms that,” stated Caddigan in a release.
More on Potomac Shores, from a release:
Located just 30 minutes south of downtown Washington, D.C., Potomac Shores in Prince William County is ideal for federal or corporate headquarters and being developed by SunCal, one of the nation’s leading privately held developers. Described as a “Destination for a Lifetime,” it is set in an abundance of beautiful woodlands adjacent to the historic Potomac River within the Potomac Communities. The master plan includes over 3,800 residential dwellings in five distinct neighborhoods offering a choice of exclusive architectural design. The community will also include schools, sports fields, public parks and miles of trails, among many other features.
Featuring a challenging and scenic Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course for avid golfers and a planned 450-slip marina for boating enthusiasts, Potomac Shores is truly a win-win locale for the busy executive seeking a pleasant work/life balance within a single community.