The Washington, D.C. metro area offers some of the finest retail districts on the East Coast in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Georgetown and Tysons. But none may rival Old Town Alexandria where a mix of quaint shops, fashionable boutiques and eclectic studios line the city’s cobblestone streets in buildings dating to the Federal Period.
If you're an art lover, you won't want to miss one of the D.C. area's most impressive art festivals. The 16th Annual King Street Art Festival in Old Town Alexandria takes place on September 22-23 and is free to the public.
EYA Foundation proudly donated 28 backpacks filled with school supplies for kids-in-need through the Montgomery Housing Partnership (MHP). The children (who are ages 5-11) are enrolled in MHP’s after-school homework club in Silver Spring.
If you’re looking to live in the D.C. metro area, you may be considering whether to rent or buy. Many factors affect this decision, such as where you see yourself in five years, what type of lifestyle you prefer, the market, and of course, what you can afford. So, what are the costs of renting in D.C. vs buying in a neighboring area like Bethesda?
You've imagined something spectacular. Now you can see you were right as we open the doors to our new townhome model home and sales center. Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 15th to be among the first to tour our brand new, beautifully decorated Delaney model home. Space is limited - RSVP today for this highly anticipated grand opening event.
On July 15th, we launched our #LoveMyEYAHome photo contest for EYA homeowners. The rules were simple: post a photo of your favorite space in your EYA home on our Facebook timeline and tell us what you love about it.