Montgomery Row offers residents life within walking distance, with hundreds of shops, restaurants and more just steps away. Now, there is even more to love as new amenities are coming to the neighborhood! Here's a look at some of the newest additions to this walkable Bethesda community.
What do folks love about Montgomery Row? From its ideal Bethesda location to the conveniences of Modern Townhome Living, here's a snapshot of what makes this neighborhood so special.
Top DC area lifestyle blogger Meg Biram recently visited Montgomery Row in Bethesda. In her blog post "Love Where You Live," Meg talks about finding a home that suits your lifestyle and the importance of location—proximity to work, transit, top schools, your favorite restaurants and places to shop. Being part of a community can also play a large role in loving where you live and offers benefits such as an increased sense of security and happiness.
St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and celebrations have already begun throughout the DC area. Whether it's enjoying delicious Irish cuisine while listening to authentic Irish music or bringing the family out to watch a parade, there is fun for everyone this festive weekend. Here are some of our favorite events near EYA neighborhoods. What DC-area location fits your lifestyle? Take our quiz to find your ideal location. Is it DC, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Rockville or Alexandria?
If you love elements of industrial, contemporary and minimalist styles, then the urban modern look may be right for you. An urban modern style stems from cosmopolitan influence—think designer loft in a major city—that fuses together opposing, yet complementary, design elements. It’s not uncommon to see traits of minimalist style, with edgy designs, and a bit of glamor in an urban modern room. However, urban modern design has a softer side than purely industrial or contemporary styles, giving the home a hip yet comfortable and welcoming feel.
According to a recent Pew Research Center study, the number of multi-generational families living under the same roof is on the rise. 19% of families in the United States—almost one in five—are living with multiple generations in the same home.