Our team has worked collaboratively with the Prince George’s County Council, elected officials, business leaders and the community to provide world-class facilities to enhance the quality of life for the community and a sense of pride to residents.
- Enhanced road and intersection improvements
- New community Solar Power available at a discount to the community.
- Installation of a new 20-acre community recreation park
- Preservation of approximately 200 acres of natural area in the Collington stream bed
- Extension of Collington hike and bike trail .95 miles
Prince George’s County
- Projected 4,000–5,000 employees and increase in tax revenue
- Approximately $21 million of annual tax revenue
- Limited County services requirement
- Road improvements to Leeland Road and Route 301
Up to 5,000 Jobs Created
PIVOT Solar Power
The National Capital Business Park (NCBP) is built with sustainability in mind. The NCBP will be hosting a total of 15 megawatts (MW) of clean, solar energy across multiple rooftops in Prince George’s County, Maryland. These solar arrays will be rooftop community solar projects.
Community solar is an option for the local community to gain the economic and environmental benefits of solar energy without having to invest in or install a solar array on their property. These solar projects, hosted by NCBP, will feed clean, solar energy directly to the local utility provider, and will help the community reach its renewable energy goals. From there, local organizations and residents, including many who may not have access to solar energy, can subscribe to the community solar project through their utility provider and receive credits for energy savings on their monthly utility bill.
Source Water Protection
Chesapeake Bay Watershed Protection
The State is home to numerous streams and rivers that ultimately drain to Chesapeake Bay, the largest inland estuary in the United States. In keeping with the state’s comprehensive stormwater management, and erosion and sediment control programs, the National Capital Business Park project has been designed to reduce the adverse impacts of development on stormwater runoff.
Stormwater management for the site has been designed to meet current MDE standards for Environmental Site Design (ESD) to the Maximum Extent Practicable. For long-term protection of streams, the sediment basins will ultimately be converted to submerged gravel wetlands that are designed to treat runoff from impervious surfaces for both quality and 100-year quantity control. The implementation of ESD practices will result in improvements to the quality of the water entering stream and wetland systems.
200+ acres set aside
The trees and green space at the National Capital Business Park will provide added value and benefit to not only the project, but will also preserve, protect, and improve the health and general welfare of the public. The environmental and public benefits include: the preservation of important natural resources; the filtration of groundwater; reduction in surface run-off; alleviate floods; supply necessary wildlife habitat; cleanse the air of harmful pollutants; offset the urban heat island effects; and provide recreational areas and aesthetic appeal.
Willow brook Park
The National Capital Business Park will feature a multifunctional 20‑acre community park. The recreational amenities will include one baseball field, one cricket field, three pickle ball courts, small and large dog parks, one concession building, 150+ parking spaces, multi-age play areas, trails and a restroom facility.
The design concept features a master plan trail along the site’s portion of Collington Branch to accommodate hikers, bikers, and equestrians. In addition, there will be a 10-foot-wide asphalt hiker/biker trail along Leeland Road with trail connectors to park facilities and between neighboring communities.
Cultural Currencyof theCommunity
Something for Everyone
Have access to quality park and recreation facilities that build healthy, safe and resilient communities. This neighborhood attraction will be a home to residents of all ages to foster real community connections between generations.