We're pleased to share the newest media accolades for Montgomery Row in the Washington Post's piece from July 7th. Writer Michele Lerner calls the community "walkable", "contemporary" and "modern". Visit our onsite sales center to discover for yourself modern townhome living in Bethesda.
Real estate writer Deborah K. Dietsch published an excellent piece on Chelsea Heights this past week. Offering a bit of history on the site's original use as a country estate in 1858, Dietsch describes the transformation of the land to urban, walkable enclave of townhomes. Craftsman-style architecture compliments the surrounding neighborhood, while the interior of the homes offer the latest design finishes such as smart home technology, Quartz countertops, rooftop terraces and more. Stop by to see Chelsea Heights for yourself: model homes are open daily from 11 AM - 6 PM at 25 Ellsworth Heights Street in downtown Silver Spring.
We're excited to share Roger K. Lewis' most recent piece on transit-oriented development, a concept that's at the very heart of life within walking distance. We work tirelessly to deliver on the best, timeless practices in urban living and neighborhood design. You can see some evidence of our past commitments smart growth on EYA.com. Enjoy!
EYA's high-profile Bethesda townhome community, Montgomery Row, opened with incredible success and interest this past Saturday. The conversion of the site from office to residential was well-received by both neighbors, prospective buyers and the media alike. Check out this great story by Bethesda Magazine which provides greater detail on the transformation of the entire greater Rock Spring area near Westfield Montgomery Mall.
Bethesda, Maryland, May 12, 2015 – EYA broke ground today on Westside at Shady Grove Metro, a new transit-oriented, mixed-use residential and retail community. Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett joined EYA to mark the beginning stages of construction at the 45-acre smart-growth community.
EYA has been named “Best Residential Builder” in Washington City Paper’s Reader’s Poll for the 3rd year in a row! The annual Poll attracts thousands of participants around Washington who vote for their favorite businesses, people and places in over 100 categories.