Potomac Shores Overview
Potomac Shores, VA
3,800 residences • 3.7M square feet of commercial/retail/office space
Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and golf clubhouse • luxury resort district • recreation and social center • planned town center • future marina • planned 40-acre corporate campus • two public schools • future VRE train station • 12 sports fields and courts • canoe club • nearly 850 acres of open space • network of walking, hiking and biking trails
The Virginia Tidewater was once renowned for its magnificent manors and its relaxed way of life along the historic Potomac River. So it will be again with the creation of Potomac Shores—a true master-planned destination just 30 miles from the nation’s capital.
SunCal’s renaissance of the region’s Tidewater traditions is just one in a series of firsts marking this pristine peninsula’s transformation into a true destination on the capital map. The first publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in the Washington, DC metro area is open for play year-round. Families are enjoying the first opportunity to live along nearly two miles of Virginia’s Potomac shoreline. The first on-site VRE train stop, now under design, will ease commutes to downtown DC and beyond. A proposed future resort has the potential to offer the region’s first luxury accommodations. Just two years after launching, Potomac Shores has sold over 240 homes for $75 million in sales.