What’s it really like living in an EYA home? Washington Post contributor Katharine Salant recently spent 2 days living in our Aster Model Home at Mosaic District in Fairfax, VA to get a taste.
Not too surprisingly, the loft and rooftop terrace were determined to be a huge bonus, as they are with many of our homeowners. Salant also noted that “Nearly as compelling as the Aster itself is the urban lifestyle that is part of the Mosaic District package…” With a free Metro shuttle and dozens of new onsite retail shops and restaurants, Mosaic District has become Fairfax’s hottest new destination neighborhood. Read the full article.
Mosaic District is currently sold out, but Phase 2 townhomes are scheduled to open in September 2014. Sign up here to receive email updates and grand opening announcements.
EYA's townhomes at Chelsea Heights in Silver Spring offer outdoor wetbars and outdoor fireplaces.
If this week’s approaching Spring-like weather has you eager to open your deck and rooftop terrace for the season, you’re not alone. Check out some of these great tools to make decorating your space easier and more enjoyable!
EYA’s Pinterest page has a section on Outdoor Spaces where you can be inspired by photos of EYA terraces around town, as well as other beautiful design tips and tricks. Houzz is another great resource for photos and ideas.
EYA’s annual trip to the International Builders Show is normally a week of exploring the industry’s most innovative new products on the showroom floor, combined with education sessions led by home building’s brightest minds.
This year, EYA was honored during two evenings of awards ceremonies with six national awards!
At the 33rd Annual National Sales & Marketing Awards, EYA won recognition for Best Architectural Design (Mosaic District), Community of the Year (Chancellor’s Row), Sales Person of the Year (Adam Cetron), and Marketing Director of the Year (Jennifer McIvor).
The following evening, EYA won two Best in American Living (BALA) awards in what is considered the industry’s premier design excellence competition. Honors were given to The Oronoco Condominium Residences (Best On-the-Boards Project) and Old Town Commons (Neighborhood of the Year).
EYA continues its 20-year-history of designing award-winning projects. In fact, the company has won over 250 awards in this time. To learn more about EYA or its neighborhoods, visit http://www.eya.com.
The Washington Post has discovered what our homebuyers have known all along: Chancellor’s Row is quite the gem of walkable townhome living in the heart of the District!
Read what their reporter said about our architecture and community design, as well as the story of one of our homeowners. Want the carefree lifestyle of urban living for yourself? Visit our decorated model homes, open daily, from 11 AM – 6 PM. Learn more at EYA.com.
Last night at MNCBIA‘s annual Environmental Awards, judges praised EYA’s Chancellor’s Row townhome community with the firm’s fourth Green Building award.
EYA’s commitment to green building practices has been recognized year after year in industry award competitions.
A panel of industry experts weighed criteria such as sustainable design, construction which minimizes environmental impact, homes with reduced energy and water consumption, and the protection of the health of occupants.
In 2009, EYA committed to design all future neighborhoods to LEED for Homes standards, and the company has received over 500 certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Chancellor’s Row, which was also named 2011 Community of the Year, is a 10-acre urban infill townhouse community, built to LEED-ND and LEED for Homes standards and includes onsite Capital Bikeshare and Zipcar. The community is over 90% sold out and a limited number of homes remain for quick move-in.
The rear yard townhomes are perfect for entertaining family and friends.
Discover the best of Old Town living at EYA’s newest luxury townhome community, Old Town Commons. The townhomes feature classic rowhome designs and private enclosed rear yards, all within walking distance of King Street, the Alexandria waterfront and the Braddock Metro.
Looking for a little design inspiration? Need a referral for a designer? Look no further than Houzz, the world’s largest database of home & design photography, all perfectly organized and searchable.
Houzz brings together homeowners and designers in a uniquely visual community. See for yourself how certain design elements might work together. And when you find something you like, you can often buy it immediately online or hire the firm who designed it.
“Houzz facilitates the entire home design process, from soup to nuts, and makes building and remodeling much more enjoyable” said Emily Hurley, Community Manager at Houzz. “And when you are finished with the process, you can give reviews of the professionals you worked with, which strengthens the platform for the next people coming along.”
“Houzz has transformed the world of interior design as people no longer need to carry magazines around,” Hurley said. “Houzz has made great designs and professionals more accessible to people than they ever have been before.”
Check out the new EYA Houzz account today (and if you’re an EYA homeowner, we love reviews!). Tell us what you think.
Check out EYA’s newly created Houzz account and hundreds of others for the latest design ideas and inspiration on decorating your new home
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EYA’s newest Montgomery County townhome neighborhood in Bethesda is coming soon and the company has something very, very special designed for this community.
The townhomes at Little Falls Place are planned atop the Capital Crescent trail, in a beautiful wooded setting. To capture the ambiance of this idyllic location, EYA will introduce a full-level rooftop terrace, for up to 800 sq. ft. of rooftop entertainment & relaxation.
Bethesda Townhomes at Little Falls Place: Rooftop Terrace
Included is a functional outdoor kitchen with teak or stainless steel cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel sink & chrome faucet, Viking refrigerator and multimedia rough-in for television services.
EYA's Bethesda townhomes at Little Falls Place overlook the Capital Crescent Trail, which connects Silver Spring to Georgetown.
After grabbing an evening cocktail, relax in front of the gas fireplace with stone surround, which is also included on these oversized terraces.
Additional options include an outdoor dishwasher for larger parties, built-in Viking grill, decorative wood decking, custom planter boxes, retractable awning, retractable kitchen shade cover and rough-in for hot tub components.