Did you know Rockville, MD is frequently rated a top place to live? It's easy to see why with its variety of outdoor activities, range of job opportunities and employment hubs, hundreds of retail and dining options, and beautiful parks.
To learn more about the city and everything it has to offer, check out our Rockville neighborhood guide, highlighting locals' favorite things to do and what they love about the city.
In this guide, we’ve put together some tips to help you get to know the neighborhood. Get an insider's look at the best places for brunch, hottest happy hour deals, fun outdoor activities, shopping destinations and more.
EYA's newest neighborhood, Farmstead District, will be opening soon for pre-construction sales in Rockville, MD. The 20-acre community will feature 158 EYA townhomes, clubhouse with pool and fitness center, indoor/outdoor entertainment areas, a children's park, landscaped trails and more, all walking distance to the Shady Grove Metro and established neighborhood retail at King Farm. Farmstead District will truly offer residents the best of modern townhome living with a focus on convenience and community.
Nestled in central Montgomery County, Rockville, MD is regarded as one of America’s leading small cities for work, play and life. Inflated hype? Not likely. The city is frequently rated as a top place to live, offering the warmth of a "hometown" feel with year-round community events and great connectivity to parks, schools, employment hubs and the nation's capital. So it’s no surprise that new homes in Rockville are in high demand as first-time homebuyers, professional couples, young families and empty nesters alike look to “Get Into It” as the city’s slogan suggests. Here are our top five reasons why Rockville is a great place to live.
ROCKVILLE, MD (August 10, 2023) – EYA, LLC is excited to announce that Farmstead District, in partnership with Pulte, is coming soon to the City of Rockville. The new community will feature 370 homes in an ideal location walkable to retail, recreation, Metro and more. The innovative new neighborhood is the result of a commercial to residential rezoning and the annexation of a portion of the site into the City of Rockville.