Bounded by the waters of the James River and the Hampton Roads harbor, Newport News is a city rich in history with a wide variety of things to see and do. From its central location , minutes from Williamsburg and a short drive to Virginia Beach, you can discover shops, history and the great outdoors, all in one fascinating destination.

Hampton is located on the Virginia Peninsula, bounded on the north and east by the Chesapeake Bay and on the south by the Hampton Roads Harbor. Hampton is located in the center of the Hampton Roads metropolitan area and is the home to a variety of historical, cultural and recreational activities and attractions.

Yorktown is in York County, situated between the James and York Rivers as well as the Chesapeake Bay. Here you can experience 18th Century homes and revolutionary battlefields. Picturesque streets are the backdrop for art galleries, antique and specialty shops. Stroll along the scenic riverwalk and relax on the sandy beach at river’s edge.


Monticello at Town Center

Monticello at Towne Center is just a short stroll from Peninsula Town Center, where you can browse Barnes & Noble for a new book, purchase a great bottle of wine for a dinner party, eat at the most “in” restaurants, attend a concert, and shop at a wide variety of stores, large and small, ordinary and exotic. Art, theater, history and the beach are all just a short drive away. Wherever you work or play in Hampton Roads, Monticello sits at the intersection of all the area’s major highway systems.

Signature Place

Signature Place is located at the center of the Peninsula, and is within walking distance to Peninsula Town Center, Hampton Coliseum, museums and every type of restaurant imaginable. Even though there is so much to do around us, we are tucked away in a peaceful oasis. Imagine finding quiet and convenience in the same place.