EYA, LLC has finished its search for restaurant and retail partners to occupy the commercial space at the Robinson Landing waterfront residences under development in Old Town.
Thousands of DC commuters are gearing up to pedal to work this Friday, May 17th, in honor of Bike to Work Day. This free annual event encourages the business community to come together in support of a healthy, fun, and environmentally friendly way to get to work. With over 100 pit stops, local events, and even pop up bike lanes, Bike to Work Day (BTWD) offers first time cyclists a fun and supportive alternate way to travel to and from the office.
Since 1992, EYA LLC (EYA) has built it’s name and reputation introducing innovative, walkable neighborhoods in a variety of urban settings across the Washington DC metro area. Looking to the future and preparing for new opportunities in the years to come, the company is committed to developing a leadership team that will ensure long-term success. To guide this growth, two strategic promotions have been announced.
As the D.C. region prepares to welcome Amazon and all that it promises, those relocating to the area should seriously consider making their new home in Old Town Alexandria. Rooted in American history, Old Town boasts an ideal mix of authentic architecture and storybook streets with a thriving business and retail district including some of the region's favorite dining spots. Situated right on the Potomac River, and named fourth in Condé Nast Traveler's Best Cities in the U.S. Readers' Choice Awards, Old Town has long been considered one of the most desirable places to call home. Here are 5 of the top reasons why we think Old Town Alexandria is one of the best places to live.
Earth Day celebrations are taking place around the world and there are many ways you can make a difference in your community and your home. Here are a few ideas:
Parents living at Westside at Shady Grove Metro and in nearby Rockville neighborhoods will soon have a new option where kids can enjoy expending their limitless energy, regardless of the weather. Kids Ground, an indoor playground for children, will open late summer in a nearly 5,000-square-foot space along Gramercy Blvd, which will include a waiting area where parents can relax and enjoy snacks from the café.