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May is National Bike Month and with summer just around the corner it's the perfect time to get out and explore the many great bike trails in the DC area. Here's a list of five of our top favorites.
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The greater DC metro area has a vast array of incredible walking/biking trails. From the scenic Mount Vernon Trail winding along the Potomac River to the leafy Capital Crescent Trail connecting Georgetown to Bethesda, there are many popular trails that provide endless recreation for cyclists and pedestrians and vital paths for commuters who bike to work.
Interested in learning about the inspiration behind the beautiful interior design at Robinson Landing? In this new video, EYA Marketing's Senior Design Manager Amanda King and Interior Designer Erica Burns talk about the design process and the goal of conveying a sense of sophistication and modern living in our interior spaces.
We're thrilled to share the news that Barca Pier & Wine Bar is now open at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria. Created by the renowned Alexandria Restaurant Partners (ARP), Barca is the second restaurant by ARP to open onsite offering fantastic new dining options for both residents and visitors.
The incredible archaeology finds discovered at Robinson Landing in Old Town Alexandria were recently featured on NBC News4. Greg Griffin, EYA Multifamily Construction Vice President, and Eleanor Breen, Alexandria City Archaeologist, joined News4's Megan McGrath on a walking tour of the site to share the story of the discoveries. These included three ship hulls, building foundations and nearly 150,000 artifacts such as coins and dishware dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries.
In this week’s Real Estate section, The Washington Post highlighted increased demand for new construction homes. Post reporter, Carisa Crawford Chappell said, “New construction has become the saving grace for a growing number of buyers drawn into the market by historically low mortgage rates fighting over a dwindling inventory of existing homes. And now that unfulfilled demand for resale homes is spurring a boom in the home-building market.”