Bethesda Magazine's 2022 Top Places to Work have been announced, and EYA ranks #5 among Bethesda-area businesses! The article notes EYA's culture of promoting a strong work-life balance, hybrid work schedule, supportive environment, and a shared-passion to build the best homes and neighborhoods for Washington area residents as reasons why team members love working at the company.
At EYA, it is often said that we don't just build homes, we build neighborhoods. Every neighborhood is built with a holistic approach to not only create housing opportunities, but also with an eye towards enduring design, place making and connecting residents with each other and their community. This may be done in various ways, such as creating parks and playgrounds where neighbors can meet and become friends, or through unique art installations that give the neighborhood a sense of place and makes it feel like home.
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People who are exploring a new place to live often focus on tangible, measurable considerations: The size of their desired home and the cost of their rent or mortgage; the school choices for their children; or the availability of particular amenities like Metro access. That makes sense, of course, since these factors are often non-negotiable items that affect our bottom line. A far less tangible factor that’s just as important for wellbeing and happiness is the community we become part of: The people we see every day or even a few times a month, the shops and restaurants we regularly frequent, and the essential workers who keep our neighborhoods safe and running smoothly.
If you are looking to bring elements of nature into your home, then you may be interested to learn more about biophilic design. Biophilic design aims to increase human connectivity to nature and in interior design, it simply means bringing the outside in by using elements of nature such as wood, plants, water features, colors found in nature such as blues and greens and more.
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.