Potomac Club Sales Top 400 Units
Premiere Gated Community Growing Fast
July 30, 2007
Kettler, one of greater Washington, DC’s largest diversified real estate companies, announced today that it has sold 400 units at its new mixed use community, Potomac Club, since the development opened in 2006. The sales volume for these units has topped $150 million.
This master planned community, which will eventually include over 1,600 townhomes, condominiums and apartments, has become Prince William County’s fastest growing community in its first full year of operation. Buyers can choose from unique homes designed by prestigious developers like Pulte Homes, Ryan Homes and M/I Homes with 17 different floorplans.
Scheduled for completion in 2010, Potomac Club offers residents extensive amenities. Membership includes use of the $12 million clubhouse that features a state-of-the-art athletic club, indoor and outdoor pools, sundeck, yoga lawn and rock climbing wall. The residents-only clubhouse also includes an innovative business center and meeting space with Wi-Fi hot spots. Members can also take advantage of Club MAC, a residents-only lounge and billiards room that will play host organized events and private parties.
A minute from to I-95 and two miles from the Rippon Landing VRE station, Potomac Club is near the cultural, dining and retail opportunities of the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Based in Northern Virginia and celebrating their 30th anniversary, Kettler is a leading developer of award-winning, mixed-use residential and commercial properties across the Washington Metropolitan area. In 2007, Kettler was named one of the area’s largest private companies by the Washington Business Journal and is one of the nation’s top 20 multifamily developers. Kettler has developed more than five million square feet of commercial space and more than 50,000 homes. The company also owns and manages 9,000 apartments in 40 locations. Current projects include urban and transit-oriented developments, multifamily housing, commercial and mixed-use developments and resort communities.