We’re excited to introduce EYA’s newest neighborhood coming to Northeast Washington, DC: Riggs Park Place in Fort Totten, opening for sales in Spring 2020. Located just a short walk to the Fort Totten Metro station, these new townhomes will provide the best of city living with a distinctly urban vibe. Striking an artful balance between the vibrancy of downtown DC with a quiet, neighborhood retreat, Riggs Park Place is just moments from everything you need and everywhere you want to go.
Be among the first to learn about exclusive details & upcoming events at Riggs Park Place
Learn More about the Homes
Modern home designs extend the creative vibe of the neighborhood both inside and out. Interiors will offer open, inviting floorplans with large windows and sophisticated finishes and features. Two floorplan options will include 2 – 5 bedrooms, optional loft levels with rooftop terraces, and 1 – 2 car garages. Outside, unique pedestrian-friendly streetscapes and landscaping will include green spaces and communal spots to visit with neighbors, walk your dog, or meet up with friends.
Starting from the mid $500s, these townhomes offer a savvy new opportunity to own a home in Washington, DC.
Get to Know the Neighborhood
At the corner of Riggs Rd. and South Dakota Ave. NE, Riggs Park Place is ideally situated in the burgeoning Fort Totten neighborhood in Northeast DC. A short walk to the Metro, residents will have easy access to the Red, Green, and Yellow Lines for commuting into the city for work, heading out to their favorite DC hotspots, or visiting a nearby neighborhood.
While the Metro is only moments away, a quiet coffee shop, grocery shopping, and more are conveniently located just across the street. Down the block you'll find new cultural installations and artistic experiences at Art Place, a mixed-use development with retail, a new fitness center, a children's museum, and more.
Whether meeting up with friends at Culture Coffee Too, finding your next read at the Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library, or hopping on your bike to explore the Metropolitan Branch Trail, this growing neighborhood offers unique experiences just around the corner.
Access at a Glance
Riggs Park Place is just a 10-minute walk to the Fort Totten Metro.
The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.
Dynamic Mixed-Use Neighborhood at Graham Park Plaza Moves Forward as EYA and Federal Realty Close on Sale of 8.3-Acre Parcel EYA to Build up to 177 Townhomes, 12.5 Percent Affordable; Federal’s Revitalization of Graham Park Plaza Underway BETHESDA, MD (March 19, 2021) – EYA, LLC (EYA) announced today that it closed on the purchase of an 8.3-acre parcel at Graham Park Plaza from Federal Realty. EYA plans to build up to 177 townhomes, 12.5 percent of which will be affordable housing. Federal Realty’s improvements to the existing retail and office space on the balance of the property will benefit from positive connectivity to future residents, creating a dynamic and authentic neighborhood offering a mix of uses.
EYA, Bozzuto and the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County (HOC) announce they have closed on construction financing for the Hurston, located at EYA’s Westside at Shady Grove Metro (Westside), a transit-oriented, mixed-use neighborhood in Rockville adjacent to the Shady Grove Metro Station. The Hurston is a mixed-use and mixed-income apartment building that marks the latest phase of the 45-acre development. Once complete, the 7-story building will feature 21,000 square feet of street-level retail and 7,400 square feet of office space with 268 amenity-rich apartments above – 81 of which are designated as affordable housing units.
In this week’s Real Estate section, The Washington Post highlighted increased demand for new construction homes. Post reporter, Carisa Crawford Chappell said, “New construction has become the saving grace for a growing number of buyers drawn into the market by historically low mortgage rates fighting over a dwindling inventory of existing homes. And now that unfulfilled demand for resale homes is spurring a boom in the home-building market.”