Did you know Rockville, MD was voted one of the nation's top places to live and also one of the happiest? It's easy to see why with its variety of outdoor activities, professional job opportunities, hundreds of retail and dining options, and beautiful parks.
To learn more about the city and everything it has to offer, check out our brand new neighborhood guide, highlighting locals' favorite things to do and what they love about the city.
In this guide, we’ve put together everything you need to know about the neighborhood. Get an insider's look at the best places for brunch, hottest happy hour deals, fun outdoor activities, and more. In addition to an exploration of what Rockville has to offer, the guide provides a look at what real residents have said, rated, and reviewed about their city.
We're thrilled to share the news that Barca Pier & Wine Bar is now open at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. Created by the renowned Alexandria Restaurant Partners (ARP), Barca is the second restaurant by ARP to open onsite offering fantastic new dining options for both residents and visitors.
We're thrilled to share the news that the first restaurant at Robinson Landing is now open! Created by the renowned Alexandria Restaurant Partners, Ada's on the River features stunning views of the Potomac and a delicious menu of wood-fired steaks, fresh seafood and vegetarian fare.
Located across the street from the Wiehle-Reston East Metro station, the Townhomes at Reston Station bring city living to Reston, VA. These new, modern townhomes are perfectly situated to offer residents both the proximity to local amenities and businesses they love as well as easy access to the city nearby. A quick walk to the Metro, the beloved W&OD trail, favorite restaurants, parks, and more, the Townhomes at Reston Station offer the best of urban living with the established convenience of Reston.
Roz Winegrad was fifth in line last November to purchase a townhome by EYA at Cabin John Village, even though the Potomac, Maryland, development was still just a fenced-in parking lot. The single mom, whose son leaves for college next fall, had been looking at several options to downsize from her large contemporary house in Bethesda. “I was looking for a way to not feel so isolated, and to be part of a community,” she says of the unit she chose that faces Cabin John Regional Park. At the same time, Winegrad will be able to take just a few short steps to the shops and restaurants of the newly updated Cabin John Village. “I think it’s going to be a premier shopping and dining destination without the craziness of downtown Bethesda or Pike & Rose,” she says. “I still want serenity, and I still want a home in an area where there aren’t millions of people every day.”