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Walk your way to healthy living in 2019

By: EYA Homes
February 7th, 2019

Every February the American Heart Association (AHA) unites millions of Americans around a common goal for Heart Month — to think about making personal lifestyle changes that will boost health, lower the risk for heart disease and improve quality of life. Increased physical activity, along with a healthy diet, is one of the best ways to improve health. And incorporating a regular walking routine is one of the easiest ways for increasing physical activity in your daily life.

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Top 3 things to consider when choosing between a condo or townhome

By: EYA Homes
December 19th, 2018

Townhomes and condominiums offer today’s homebuyer a variety of choices for living in walkable downtown and suburban neighborhoods and are ideal for those seeking a low maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle.

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3 things to consider when deciding to move. Or not.

By: EYA Homes
October 31st, 2018

Should I stay or should I go? It’s not only a 1982 hit single from “The Clash,” but the question nearly every empty nester considers: perhaps you too are evaluating the benefits of staying in your longtime home or making the move to a new home more suited to your current lifestyle. 

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A New Look at the Old Town Alexandria Dining Scene

By: EYA Homes
August 1st, 2018

Old Town Alexandria boasts a wide array of dining choices for local residents and visitors. In addition to offering enticing fare that includes steaks, seafood, pizza, Irish, Italian and Thai, many are marked by an individual history that tells the story of the Colonial-era city and its modern re-development along the Potomac River.

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EYA receives 2018 Prince Livable Communities Leadership Award

By: EYA Homes
April 27th, 2018

Each year, the Coalition for Smarter Growth recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to smart growth development in the Washington, DC area. EYA's President and CEO, Bob Youngentob, was honored with the 2018 Prince Livable Communities Leadership Award at the annual awards reception.

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EYA selected 2018 LOCUS Company of the Year

By: EYA Homes
April 24th, 2018

We are honored to announce that EYA was selected Company of the Year at the LOCUS Leadership Awards luncheon. Sponsored by Smart Growth America, the LOCUS Leadership Awards celebrate real estate developers and investors who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to public leadership and development for walkable, sustainable communities.

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