EYA co-founder and executive chairman Bob Youngentob was recently interviewed on John Coe's podcast Icons of DC Area Real Estate. In the interview Bob talks about his early path to co-founding EYA, how the company has evolved over 30 years, his insights into EYA's design philosophy and much more. Click here to listen to the podcast (also available on Spotify and Stitcher).
Icons of DC Area Real Estate features in-depth interviews with leading commercial and multifamily real estate professionals. The podcast offers insights into industry experts' backgrounds and what they learned along the way, explores their individual perspectives and provides unique views on current industry trends.
For 30 years, EYA has been building new homes in walkable areas where homeowners enjoy the best of life within walking distance®. We have welcomed more than 7,000 residents to over 45 new neighborhoods across Washington, DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia. To learn more about EYA's development focus, design philosophy and innovative Washington area neighborhoods, click here.
This year marks a big milestone for EYA as the company is celebrating 30 years of creating distinctive new neighborhoods across the greater Washington area. Since 1992, EYA and its affiliated development companies have been building new homes that celebrate the best of modern design and urban lifestyles. We have welcomed more than 7,000 homeowners to over 45 new neighborhoods across Washington, DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia where our residents enjoy the best of life within walking distance®.
Last week, we were honored to host DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and other local dignitaries at our Riggs Park Place community in celebration of EYA's partnership with the City to create this brand new neighborhood. The ribbon cutting event not only celebrated our first homeowner move-ins, but also the successful transformation of an underutilized piece of land into a vibrant new residential neighborhood.
On Sunday, we were delighted to host a grand opening event for the brand new community playground at Michigan Park. Community members gathered to meet both long-time residents and new neighbors while children enjoyed the new playground equipment. Local dignitaries, including DC Deputy Mayor John Falcicchio and ANC representatives Colleen Costello and Emily Lucio, officially opened the new playground with a warm welcome and ribbon cutting.