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Old Town Alexandria | New Townhomes | Robinson Landing | walkable community | Neighborhood Updates

Final Two Townhomes at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria Now Available for Immediate Move-In

By: Colleen McGrew
July 1st, 2020

We are excited to share that our final two townhomes at Robinson Landing are now ready for immediate move-in. Just steps to the charming cobblestone streets of Old Town Alexandria, VA, these elegant new homes offer contemporary open floorplans, loft levels with rooftop terraces, private elevators, and more. Schedule your private tour to be among the first to visit these beautiful new homes and learn more about this exciting community in Old Town. 

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Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village | Riggs Park Place

Now Open for Private, In-Person Appointments in Newly Designed Sales Centers

By: Colleen McGrew
June 25th, 2020

We are pleased to announce our sales centers have re-opened for private, in-person appointments. With the ever-changing environment, our priorities remain the health, well-being, and safety of our team, homeowners, neighbors, and community. We have reorganized and re-imagined the layout and design of each of our sales centers to ensure the safety and comfort of guests during their appointments. You may now schedule both in-person and virtual appointments at each of our four currently selling communities: Tower Oaks, Cabin John Village, Riggs Park Place, and Robinson Landing.

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Pets | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village | Wellness | Washington, DC | Neighborhood Updates | Reston Station

How You Can Help Your Neighbors and Community

By: Colleen McGrew
April 9th, 2020

The value of helping and supporting your neighbors, community, friends, and family has been at the top of our minds more than ever over the past few weeks and months. As we adjust to these new times and changing lifestyles, it can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate this new landscape. We’ve gathered a list of resources, ideas, and more to help you stay connected, learn more about how you can help your loved ones and neighbors, and stay safe and healthy.

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EYA Company News | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village

Tools, Resources, and How to Connect with Us During this Time

By: EYA Homes
March 25th, 2020

During these unprecedented times, we want to make sure we are available to support our homeowners, new home buyers, and community in every way we can. Our sales offices are now open virtually and our sales managers are still available to help you explore your new home opportunities and guide you through the home buying journey. Whether you’re more comfortable with video chats, phone calls, texts, or emails, we’re just a call, tap, or click away.

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EYA Company News | Robinson Landing | EYA | Tower Oaks | Cabin John Village

Update: Now Offering Appointments by Phone and Video Chat

By: EYA Homes
March 17th, 2020

At EYA, our priority is the health, well-being, and safety of our team, homeowners, neighbors, and community. This situation is creating a lot of change for everyone, and we are working to address these changes and to update our response as new information becomes available.

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Architecture | Old Town Alexandria | Robinson Landing | EYA | archaeology

Boat Loads of History: Update on Old Town's Unearthed Ships & Artifacts of Centuries Past

By: Jennifer Sergent
March 12th, 2020

It was an unlikely setting for one of Alexandria’s most significant archeological discoveries: an enormous storage garage in the city’s West End, typically used to house unused school buses and emergency vehicles. Instead, nine giant pools filled half the industrial facility, each holding a unique piece of history.

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