News Room
Angela Sweeney
Vice President - Corporate Marketing & Communications
Phone: (703) 631-7572 | Cell: (443) 691-2957 | Email: asweeney@petersoncos.com

August 17, 2017
National Harbor launches its Harbor Dome: Summer Snow Globe this month. "The one-of-a-kind construction will accommodate 500 inside, and an additional 300 outside, and its dynamic programming, including craft cocktails, live music and real snow, will offer visitors yet another reason to experience everything that National Harbor offers."

August 15, 2017
According to retail developer the Peterson Companies, the Oklahoma City-based arts & crafts retailer has signed a lease to occupy the former Sports Authority building in the retail center.

July 27, 2017
Topgolf has agreed to open a new facility near National Harbor, which may mean the end of its Alexandria location — the first Topgolf opened in the United States. The Prince George's County Planning Board voted unanimously Thursday to approve a Topgolf location on a 15-acre site within The Peterson Cos.' Potomac Business Park off Oxon Hill Road

July 19, 2017
If the featured restaurants seem a bit pricey, National Market, which debuted inside the neighboring MGM casino last winter, has plenty of approachable options, including crab cakes, sushi, ice cream, and chicken and donuts. For those who need a breather outside of the convention center and casino, there are plenty of boardwalk-friendly places to dine.

July 19, 2017
A new grocery giant will opened its first store in Virginia Saturday morning near the affluent Twin Hickory and Wyndham neighborhoods in Henrico County's West End. The flagship Publix store, which sits on land originally readied by Ukrop’s before the family-owned Richmond grocery stores were sold to grocer Martin's parent company, anchors the new Nuckols Place shopping center at 5400 Wyndham Forest Drive.

June 29, 2017
The Peterson Cos. has a new strategy to finally advance its stalled Avonlea Town Center project in Loudoun County: Smaller bites. “We are going to phase it rather than build it all at once,” Jim Mertz, Peterson’s vice president of retail development, told me Wednesday.