Whether you're sipping a seasonal latte at your favorite coffee shop, picking up a unique gift at a local boutique, trying a new fitness class, or toasting to date night with your significant other, the revitalized retail and restaurants at Cabin John Village have something for every occasion.
We’re excited to announce the introduction of our newest neighborhood in Potomac, Maryland: Townhomes by EYA at Cabin John Village. Opening for sales this November 2019, this transformative neighborhood will be tucked between Cabin John Village and the inviting woodland trails of Cabin John Regional Park. Just steps from new shopping and dining on one side and endless recreational activities on the other, this new neighborhood will offer the best of both worlds.
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.
EYA, LLC has finished its search for restaurant and retail partners to occupy the commercial space at the Robinson Landing waterfront residences under development in Old Town.
Parents living at Westside at Shady Grove Metro and in nearby Rockville neighborhoods will soon have a new option where kids can enjoy expending their limitless energy, regardless of the weather. Kids Ground, an indoor playground for children, will open late summer in a nearly 5,000-square-foot space along Gramercy Blvd, which will include a waiting area where parents can relax and enjoy snacks from the café.
The Washington, D.C. metro area offers some of the finest retail districts on the East Coast in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Georgetown and Tysons. But none may rival Old Town Alexandria where a mix of quaint shops, fashionable boutiques and eclectic studios line the city’s cobblestone streets in buildings dating to the Federal Period.