Caring for loved ones, returning kids from college, and out-of-town guests. Homebuyers are increasingly wanting space to accommodate their friends and family in a semi-private, multi-generational space. It's a topic that home builders are embracing, notes The Washington Post writer Michele Lerner. EYA, too, has heard from it's homeowners and has developed "multi-generational suites" complete with living space, sleeping space, and "wet-bar" style spaces for simple beverage service. Visit an EYA neighborhood near you to learn more about multi-generational living and how your new home can accommodate your lifestyle for years to come.
For many people, townhome living is a lock-and-go way of living with little home maintenance and even less yard maintenance. But that doesn't mean that townhouse owners have to give up the outdoor space they love.
This Saturday, June 6th, EYA will celebrate the grand opening of its newest Bethesda townhome community, Montgomery Row.
This Saturday, May 30th, from Noon - 4 PM, enjoy an afternoon tour of EYA's all-new Crawford model home at Chelsea Heights, and delight in Tapas and Sangria from locally-renowned Ridgewell's Catering.
Architect's Newspaper Blog A/N released their coverage of The Oronoco Waterfront Condominium this week. It's a beautifully written story that captures the building's transformation from outmoded office building into "riverfront revival". Learn more about the "sleek new residences" at our website.