EYA is partnering with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) as the title sponsor of The Cider Ride. The Cider Ride is WABA's fall community bike ride, fundraiser, and one of the most popular annual events for the region's bike community. Hundreds of riders are expected to participate in this year’s ride on Saturday, November 5th. The ride starts and finishes in DC’s Edgewood neighborhood and winds its way from Northeast DC to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park. Participants may choose from the 9-mile family-friendly trail to more challenging 23 or 47-mile routes. Cider and snack stops are provided along the way. After the ride, join EYA at the post-ride celebration taking place at the charming Dew Drop Inn.
What better way to beat the heat than relaxing poolside at your local swim club! Fun for the entire family, swim clubs typically offer recreational and team swimming, as well as classes and social events. Many also feature tennis courts and lessons, cafes and play areas. The following swim clubs are less than 10 minutes from EYA’s newest Bethesda townhome neighborhood, Montgomery Row.
Just 7/10th of a mile (14-minute walk) from EYA's Bethesda townhomes at Montgomery Row, Cabin John Regional Park offers scenic recreation year-round.
We've loving the new "We Are" campaign at Mosaic, which focuses on the variety of healthy living destinations in the neighborhood. From the nationally acclaimed True Food Kitchen, to the bustling Zengo Cycle, to the relaxing Spark Yoga and Salon Nordine and Day Spa - Mosaic offers a complete selection of specialty shops designed to get your "wellness" on. All this, just steps from The Townhomes at Mosaic District.
As we welcome a new year, many of us will make resolutions to live a healthier lifestyle. More and more research indicates that living in a walkable neighborhood is good for you. From better health to reduced crime rates to increased social interactions, walkable urban living has many far reaching benefits. The studies show:
The Capital Crescent Trail connects our new townhomes at Little Falls Place to the Washington Harbor in Georgetown. Photo courtesy of Flickr's S Pakhrin. Have you ever wondered what you pass while enjoying a nice walk, run or bike ride from our townhomes at Little Falls Place to Georgetown? Thanks to the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail, here are a few of the highlights along the way: