The Urban Buzz of a Vibrant Town Center
Prince George’s County
Prince George’s County is forecasted to grow by 28,000 new households and 20,500 new jobs by 2025.1
Large employers in Prince George’s County include Joint Base Andrews, University of Maryland and Goddard Space Flight Center.
Average Household Income is $134,106 within a one mile radius.2
MGM resorts has announced its intention to construct the $1.3 billion MGM National Harbor. A destination resort casino, located 15 miles from Westphalia.3
Approximately 37% of the population in the Upper Marlboro area have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.4
Westphalia Town Center is presenting to the area’s most educated and most discerning buyers.
2. Esri Business Analyst, Demographic and Income Comparison Profile, retrieved January 12, 2015
3. The Washington Post, Opening Doors in Prince George’s County, August 21,2015
4. Town Charts, Maryland, Education, Marlboro Village, Education Data, retrieved January 13, 2016
Retail, Commercial, Hospitality & Office
With an array of building and product types, Westphalia Town Center will be a walkable, vibrant hub of activity. Residential, office, hotel and retail offerings intermingle with wide open spaces, a town center, and an unprecedented location. Phase I alone will be home to over 700 residences, 150 hotel rooms, and up to 500,000 S.F. of retail.
This is mixed use at its absolute best.
- A + first tier suburban location with vast scope, unique features and significant amenities
- Located in central Prince George’s County, Maryland
- Booming National Harbor and the Northern Virginia border are a short drive away
- Located along Pennsylvania Avenue (MD Route 4) which provides direct access to I-95/I-495 transportation corridors. Average Daily Traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue at Presidential Parkway is approximately 72,725
Proximity to 3 International Airports
- Under 60 minutes on the Washington Metro subway system (WMATA) Green Line (Branch Avenue) to Union Station, Washington, DC
- Largo Town Center Metro Station on WMATA into Prince George’s County, is located six miles from Westphalia Town Center
- Maryland Area Rail Commuter (MARC) train service has two lines servicing Prince George’s County
- More than 1.5 miles of frontage onto Pennsylvania Avenue, a major commuter route