Imagine waking up to sunlight streaming through your floor-to-ceiling windows. You begin the day with a leisurely breakfast and morning coffee on your waterfront balcony or private rooftop terrace. Then take a stroll through the quaint Old Town streets or get in your early workout at the state-of-the-art fitness center overlooking the Potomac River. Meet friends in the evening at the outdoor restaurant on the pier or one of the many Old Town acclaimed eateries just steps away. This is life at Robinson Landing.
Thinking of moving to an urban location? Well, you're not alone. People are moving to urban areas in record numbers, causing growth in U.S. cities to exceed growth in suburbs for the first time in decades. By 2050, 70% of the world population will live in an urban area–that's 6 billion people. But does higher density mean you'll have to sacrifice pet ownership for the sake of city living?
One of the wonderful things about the D.C. metro area is its biking-friendliness. With scenic paths and designated lanes crisscrossing the city, cycling to work, school, or just for fun is simple and safe. According to reports, D.C. is one of the safest cities in the country for bicyclists.
Both condominiums and townhomes offer today’s homebuyer the option of low-maintenance living, a lock and leave lifestyle and, in locations like Bethesda, a variety of choices for living in walkable neighborhoods.
New home construction or resale? This is a question many home shoppers ask when beginning their new home search. Which one is right for you can depend on many factors, including lifestyle preference and personal priorities. Here are eight reasons why new home construction may be the better choice for you.
EYA has long been a proponent of life within walking distance, in which homeowners enjoy easy access to transportation, recreation, shopping, and dining. And increasingly, new homeowners are seeking walkable lifestyles even in the suburbs.