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.
If you're thinking about buying or selling a home in the D.C. metro area, you'll want to read this. A new report from The Stephen S. Fuller Institute examines demographic and economic data from the local market that impacts that decision. The Fuller Institute is the premier source for information and analysis of the Greater Washington region’s economy.
Westside residents have even more amenities to enjoy with new retail shops opening onsite and just minutes away. Last month, Inspire Nail Bar & Spa opened its doors at Westside offering an array of services from manicures to facials, massages and more. Plus, MOM’s Organic Market and iFly Indoor Skydiving have both recently opened new locations just a 7-minute ride away! Are you a minimalist or do you prefer a more contemporary design style? Take our quiz to find out!
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.