Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center is a current top choice for the new Potomac Nationals stadium, according to Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi's office.
Tuesday at 10 a.m. various county entities will be holding a press conference on details on a "unique public-private partnership" for the Prince William County area at Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center.
In total, representatives will be present from the Board of County Supervisors, the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Potomac Nationals and PTC Roadside Development LLC.
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This press conference is just the first step in determining the new location of the stadium, Principi's office said. At the conference, Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center will be announced as a viable and strong option.
Speculation as to the new location of the Potomac Nationals stadium has been growing since 2011.
In a Patch interview last year, chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors Corey Stewart said the county was pushing to have a new stadium in the county by 2013.
In that interview, Stewart said the county was looking at a location along Interstate 95 that would give the stadium much better visibility and accessibility than its current location. He added that the county will not directly finance the new stadium, but that the team will finance it by selling the naming rights.
InsideNova.com reported in January that the announcement of a new stadium site was delayed due to figuring out a parking garage situation.
In June, the administrative offices at Pfitzner Stadium were damaged by a fire, caused by a gas leak.