Beth Twomey is speaking at the Future of Loudoun County and Evening Networking event. Wednesday October 26 4 to 7:30 p.m. EST. Register Now.



Tennis Campus project part of discussion about Loudoun County’s development forecast 

Loudoun County continues to be a leader for economic development and livability, and with the recent announcement of USTA Mid-Atlantic’s plans to build a best-in-class tennis campus in the county there is significant interest regionally and nationally of what is to come. At the Future of Loudoun County and Networking event produced by Bisnow, the region’s top economic development leaders, developers, investors and other thought leaders will come together to discuss new development projects, economic growth opportunities, and more. USTA Mid-Atlantic’s Chief Operating Officer, Beth Twomey will be a featured panelist and will speak about the USTA Mid-Atlantic Tennis Campus project during the event on Wednesday, October 26. 

The event dedicates a panel discussion on the latest projects in the county, neighborhoods on the rise and how the county is preparing for 2023 and beyond. As part of this discussion, Twomey will share how the USTA Mid-Atlantic’s tennis campus plan will be a significant contributor to economic growth and development. She will also share how the synergies between the tennis campus project and Loudoun County’s plans align to bring this innovative sports project to the region. 

The USTA Mid-Atlantic Tennis Campus will be community-first and open to the public. It will feature 20 outdoor courts, 16 indoor courts and 8 pickleball/youth courts and 35,000 square feet for USTA Mid-Atlantic programmatic activities, events, and community initiatives. With 36 courts, robust year-round programs, and daily tennis and wellness activity, the campus will contribute a significant economic impact of an estimated $8.5 million annually for the region, and be a catalyst for community-building.

USTA MAS anticipates that the campus will be a top venue to draw regional, national and international tennis events that will engage fans and players from across the country and beyond. Thousands of players and spectators are expected to compete and attend events at the campus in Loudoun County.

USTA Mid-Atlantic will conduct a capital campaign to secure funding to make the campus plan a reality. USTA MAS seeks additional partners, corporate entities and individuals aligned with the mission and shared values for tax-deductible contributions and grants to support funding the project cost. Those interested in getting involved with the project can contact

The Future of Loudoun County event is Wednesday, October 26 at 4 p.m., at the BLVD Gramercy East in Ashburn, Va. More information about the event, including how to purchase tickets and the event agenda, is available here. 


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