Northern Virginia offers a variety of unique neighborhoods to fit every lifestyle. Whether you're looking for an active urban vibe or a quiet suburban neighborhood, there are many great places for you to call home. If you are new to the area or trying to decide which city is best for your next move, take our new quiz to find out which location may be right for you.
Bikes are a fun way to get around and great for exercise. But if you live in a townhome or small condo, figuring out how to store your bike without scuffing up your walls or losing valuable space can be a challenge. We did a bit of research for you—whether you’re looking for simple, affordable bike storage or cool contraptions.
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Thinking of moving to an urban location? Or do you live in the city and are considering getting a pet? In the U.S., over 90 million families have a pet. And many live in a city neighborhood, so their owners need to make these urban environments inviting for them and their four-legged friends. Here are a few things you should know to keep your pets safe, healthy, and happy.
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Timing markets is notoriously difficult, and the real estate market is no different. There are always risks and opportunities to weigh, and waiting for the perfect time to buy or sell may not work out as planned. Just two years ago, for example, buyers in the Washington, DC area who had been waiting for the housing market to cool and thought the COVID-19 pandemic might slow things down, found themselves competing in the tightest bidding wars in decades as families sought more space for home schooling and remote work.
This weekend kicks off a series of waterfront events at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. Fun for the entire family, the events will be held on the promenade and pier, and include activities ranging from live music, fitness classes, a family festival and an archeology event in partnership with the City of Alexandria’s Office of Historic Alexandria. Check out the lineup of events below and click here for more details.
New hires enhance EYA’s expertise in multifamily development, mixed-use master planning, and public private partnerships. As EYA, LLC (EYA) celebrates its 30th year as Washington’s leading developer of urban and transit-oriented properties, the company has expanded its commitment to multifamily development by adding Caren Garfield and Jim Reed to the team.