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Design

A Typographical Rendition of DC's Neighborhoods

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February 11th, 2011

Whenever we design a model home, we like to incorporate unique or historic maps as framed art. It reminds prospective homebuyers how cool being a Washingtonian really is.

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Dining

Chez Hareg Pastries: Not Just Another Yelp Review

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November 2nd, 2010

One stop at Chez Hareg Gourmet Bakery and it will immediately become your weekly indulgence. Or even your daily coffee stop for their amazing Cappuccino and dunkable biscotti.

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Smart Growth Trends | Recreation | Transportation

DC's All About Biking says the Washington Post

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October 4th, 2010

It's probably the healthiest thing you can do in the morning - and it gets you to work for free. It's no wonder that bike ridership in the District has doubled in the past 10 years. Washington Post reporter Deborah Dietsch profiles the area's best bets for biking to work - including EYA's Chancellor's Row Townhome community which, in addition being adjacent to the 8-mile Metropolitan Branch Trail, will include a Smart Bike kiosk to serve its residents.

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Schools

Kirov Academy of Ballet in Northeast Trains DC's Future Stars

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October 1st, 2010

Washingtonians enjoy some of the best cultural amenities available, with countless venues, organizations, schools, and events throughout the city.

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Recreation | Events

DC Presents Chili Cook-off at Recreation Center

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September 22nd, 2010

Looking for an excuse to tour DC's Turkey Thicket Recreation Center in Brookland?

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EYA Company News

As Featured In Washingtonian Magazine: Best Up and Coming Neighborhoods

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July 8th, 2010

It's hard to imagine that a 150-year-old neighborhood is now considered "up and coming", but it certainly is!

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