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EYA Company News | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village

Tools, Resources, and How to Connect with Us During this Time

By: EYA Homes
March 25th, 2020

During these unprecedented times, we want to make sure we are available to support our homeowners, new home buyers, and community in every way we can. Our sales offices are now open virtually and our sales managers are still available to help you explore your new home opportunities and guide you through the home buying journey. Whether you’re more comfortable with video chats, phone calls, texts, or emails, we’re just a call, tap, or click away.

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EYA Company News | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village

Update: Now Offering Appointments by Phone and Video Chat

By: EYA Homes
March 17th, 2020

At EYA, our priority is the health, well-being, and safety of our team, homeowners, neighbors, and community. This situation is creating a lot of change for everyone, and we are working to address these changes and to update our response as new information becomes available.

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Riggs Park Place

What is a ‘Woonerf?’ And what will it look like at Riggs Park Place?

By: Colleen McGrew
March 16th, 2020

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘woonerf?’ The sound you hear as a tennis ball flies by? A special language in which only dogs can communicate? Not quite. A woonerf is a European-style shared street, designed to allow drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians to share the space, making the street much more welcoming, appealing, and safer for everyone. Generally free of traffic lights, stop signs, or curbs, woonerfs open up the streets and allow for every use simultaneously, making travelling from point A to point B a more social, slowed down process.

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Architecture | Old Town Alexandria | Robinson Landing | EYA | archaeology

Boat Loads of History: Update on Old Town's Unearthed Ships & Artifacts of Centuries Past

By: Jennifer Sergent
March 12th, 2020

It was an unlikely setting for one of Alexandria’s most significant archeological discoveries: an enormous storage garage in the city’s West End, typically used to house unused school buses and emergency vehicles. Instead, nine giant pools filled half the industrial facility, each holding a unique piece of history.

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Lock and Go Lifestyle | Home Buying Tips | walkable community

Top 5 Questions Every Empty Nester Needs to Ask Before Downsizing

By: Colleen McGrew
March 2nd, 2020

Being an empty nester means the next stage of your life is about to begin. Whether the kids are off at school, starting families of their own, or moving across the country to follow their dreams, it’s time to shift your focus back to how you want to spend your time – and where. Downsizing your home can be the first step in this new stage, giving you the chance to start fresh in more ways than one. With so many factors to consider from financial to emotional, it can be difficult to know where to start when making the decision. While the ‘right’ time can be hard to define, we can help you find the right time for you.

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Architecture | Old Town Alexandria | Robinson Landing | walkable community | Neighborhood Updates

Exciting Progress and Updates for the Condominiums at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria

By: Colleen McGrew
February 25th, 2020

With the first move-ins for the condominiums at Robinson Landing currently planned for Summer 2020, RTS Condo Associates LLC wanted to take this opportunity to provide an update on the exciting progress occurring on-site and share brand new renderings of the interiors. Below is our Q&A with three of the on-site construction team members: Adam Thormahlen (Senior Project Manager), Alexander Collich (Project Manager), and Kushal Reddy (Assistant Project Manager), who shared the latest updates on activity occurring on-site, what's next, and some background on the inspiration behind the community design.

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