Few communities in America celebrate the holidays like Old Town, Alexandria. Whether its traditional events honoring Old Town’s European heritage and colonial history or the Christmas Eve spectacle of a waterskiing Santa and jet skiing Grinch on the Potomac, there’s a reason residents and visitors from throughout the metro region celebrate the season on the cobblestoned streets of Old Town. Discover Robinson Landing Distinctive Waterfront Residences in Old Town Alexandria
EYA and City of Alexandria Archaeology continue to receive national accolades for their work to preserve artifacts recovered at Robinson Landing on the Old Town waterfront.
We are delighted to present our newly furnished Alexander model townhome at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. The Alexander offers a timeless brick facade and a contemporary open floorplan featuring over 2,300 sq ft of interior living space, loft and rooftop terrace overlooking the charming streets of Old Town.
We invite you to join us on Saturday, October 27 for an afternoon of cocktails, small bites and expert tips on Designing for Modern Living Spaces. Learn how to transform your home into a modern living space with techniques from EYA's design manager Amanda King and the award-winning design team at Carlyn & Co. RSVP today as space is limited!
On Friday, October 19, EYA employees gathered for the EYA Foundation's annual Day of Service in Old Town Alexandria. This year's recipient of giving was the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (ARHA), an organization dedicated to providing affordable housing and economic opportunities to residents of Alexandria.
Nearly 412 years ago, 104 passengers on three ships set sail from England on a four-month transatlantic voyage that ultimately shaped our nation’s future with the founding of Jamestown and the colony of Virginia. An authentic re-creation of one of the ships – Godspeed – is the featured attraction at this weekend’s Portside in Old Town Festival held at Alexandria’s Waterfront Park at the foot of Prince Street, one block north of Robinson Landing.