The event is virtual; the excitement is real! We're excited to invite you to join us on Wednesday, May 27th at 7pm for our VIP Virtual Preview Event for our newest neighborhood in Washington, DC, Riggs Park Place. This informational event will be your first opportunity to learn more about the vision for the neighborhood, view detailed floorplans, receive pricing on available homes, and more. By attending the event, you will also be among the first to choose priority time slots for one-on-one appointments and receive VIP event exclusive sales incentives.
When it comes to living in a city, proximity is everything. Being close to family and friends, your favorite activities, and planning your commute to work are all equally important factors to consider when choosing a neighborhood. It can be challenging to find a location that balances not only your wants and needs, but the vibrancy of downtown with a quieter, close-knit community you can escape to at the end of the day.
We’re excited to introduce EYA’s newest neighborhood coming to Northeast Washington, DC: Riggs Park Place in Fort Totten, opening for sales in Spring 2020. Located just a short walk to the Fort Totten Metro station, these new townhomes will provide the best of city living with a distinctly urban vibe. Striking an artful balance between the vibrancy of downtown DC with a quiet, neighborhood retreat, Riggs Park Place is just moments from everything you need and everywhere you want to go.
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Townhomes and condominiums offer today’s homebuyer a variety of choices for living in walkable downtown and suburban neighborhoods and are ideal for those seeking a low maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle.
If you're interested in future plans for the North Michigan Park area near St. Joseph's Seminary, you should read this recent article by Greater Greater Washington, an independent blog that covers local planning and land use issues. The new townhome project proposed by EYA reflects a commitment to preserving the historic seminary building and much of the open space on the south portion of the property. In order to protect the historically significant seminary building, EYA and the Josephites are working together to submit an application to the DC Historic Preservation Office to have the seminary building deemed a historic landmark.