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

November 9, 2017
The Haven at National Harbor will launch sales to VIP members in early December. The launch features competitive pricing on some of The Haven’s most interesting residences, including penthouses and two-level loft units with private, direct street access.

November 8, 2017
On Tuesday, crews continued to work on the holiday tree in Downtown Silver Spring.They plan to have Capital Bikeshare bikes at the base of the tree. Peddling the bicycles will light up different sections of the tree. It’ll also provide energy to charge phones.

November 2, 2017
Construction is underway for the ION International Training Center, a year-round, two-rink center, and the county’s first indoor arena. It’s the culmination of a dream for owner Luiz Taifas, an Olympic figure skater for the Romanian national team who has spent the past few years training young Northern Virginians. The 100,000-square-foot center in the Peterson Companies’ Compass Creek development just south of Leesburg will house two National Hockey League-size rinks serving recreational and professional ice sports, and will also contain a multi-functional floor that will allow the arena to be used for non-ice-related events, including school graduations, sporting tournaments, and concerts.

October 25, 2017
- It doesn't get much simpler than this: Milt Peterson and his son, Jon, are legends in local real estate, developing major projects throughout the region, including National Harbor.

October 24, 2017
Work on the ION International Training Center, the vision of champion figure skater Luiz Taifas and his wife, Mitra Setayesh, is scheduled to get underway on Nov. 1 within the Peterson Cos.' Compass Creek development just outside the town of Leesburg.

October 19, 2017
A panel of industry experts—including Planning and Zoning Department Director Susan Berry-Hill, Taylor Chess of the Peterson Companies, Bill May of Miller & Smith, and Brian Cullen of Keane Enterprises—focused on the evolving trend of experiential retail. It’s a trend that’s here to stay, Chess said, not a passing fad.