For both artists and art lovers, The Art League's annual Patrons' Show is the highlight of the year. Described as part block party, part fundraiser, The Patrons' Show is a unique opportunity to view and purchase locally made art, while supporting a great cause. This year marks the 52nd anniversary of The Patrons' Show and EYA is proud to sponsor of the event.
Last week, EYA team members joined thousands to attend this year's International Builders' Show in Las Vegas. Over 1,400 manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe came to showcase and display the latest trends and products in home building and design.
Old Town Alexandria is known as one of the most walkable areas in the country. From the lights and buzz of the holiday season to the dog days of summer, there are always new things to do or see on a stroll around town. But what happens when the weather doesn't cooperate? Don't worry - there is no shortage of activity going on indoors!
Beneath a canopy of twinkling lights, the most wonderful time of the year has begun in Old Town Alexandria. With holiday festivals, parades, and performances, this storybook setting reflects the festive spirit of the season. Recognized by Oprah Magazine as one of the Most Charming Christmas Towns Across the World and by Southern Living as the Perfect Southern Town for a Hallmark Christmas Movie, there is so much to explore and celebrate during the holiday season in Old Town.
This past Saturday, we were delighted to host our Cabin John Village VIP preview opening event for our newest EYA neighborhood in Potomac, MD. Guests arrived bright and early to be first in line to meet with the EYA team, set private appointments, and choose their favorite model and location.
The mornings are turning crisp, the leaves are tinted golden, and you can almost taste the cinnamon and pumpkin flavored pastries on display at your favorite coffee shop. As sweater weather begins and we transition from summer to autumn, Old Town Alexandria embraces more than just the change in weather. With charming brick homes framed by auburn and amber colored trees, the city itself seems like it was designed for the season.