Prince William County’s reputation as a bedroom community is beginning to shift, or at least that is what elected officials and developers hope.

Located about 40 miles from downtown D.C., the county has historically been dominated by single-family homes where residents can commute to the city but also live on larger pieces of land. But a series of new developments moving forward is poised to change that dynamic and make the county more of a destination, panelists said Sept. 27 at Bisnow’s Exploring Prince William County event.

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