Prince George’s County has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade and is rapidly becoming the epicenter of economic development in the Washington metropolitan area.
We boast a Triple A Bond rating, a highly skilled workforce, and a large supply of undeveloped land. Our county is served by multiple interstate highways, three international airports and access to the Port of Baltimore. We have the largest number of Metro stations in the Capital region that are primed for TOD and smart growth.
Prince George’s County is home to several federal, academic and commercial assets, including: NOAA, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Joint Base Andrews (home of Air Force One), the University of Maryland, Bowie State University, Prince George’s Community College, Howard University Beltsville, Woodmore Towne Centre, Steeplechase International Business Park, Washington Redskins FedEx Field, and Six Flags America—to name a few.
Our crown jewel is National Harbor, a $4 billion, 300-acre waterfront complex of condominiums, townhouses, restaurants, hotels and retailers. It is anchored by the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center and MGM National Harbor which attracts more than 10 million visitors annually. National Harbor is also home to the Capital Wheel, standing 190 feet high, this observation wheel provides a bird’s eye view of the Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, Alexandria and Prince George’s County.
While we are excited about these and many other projects on the horizon, there are still tremendous opportunities for growth and investment in Prince George’s County. We invite you to come see for yourself. We have a wealth of incentives, programs and resources to help you make the decision to experience, expand and explore in Prince George’s County. I’m sure that you will agree that Prince George’s County is “Primed for Business!”
President and CEO
Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation