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.
Biking is one of the most accessible exercise and outdoor recreation choices for individuals, couples and families in the DC area. With more than a dozen bike trails in the region to explore and countless bike lanes being added to county and city streets, it’s easy to enjoy a long ride, quick outing or even a commute to work.
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Friday, May 18th is Bike to Work Day and thousands of DC area commuters will join the celebration in support of biking as a clean, fun and healthy way to get to work. From cost savings to improved fitness, biking to work can offer many benefits to commuters and the environment. Here's our list of the top five.
Townhome and condo living doesn’t mean you have to surrender your affection for gardening. Decks, and even more expansive terraces now incorporated into the design of many urban townhomes and condominiums, are well suited for a rooftop garden where flowers, plants, ornamental trees, vegetables and herbs can be grown.
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.