On Saturday, EYA team members gathered at our VIP preview event for EYA's newest neighborhood, Reservoir District in Washington, DC. With strong interest in the community, hundreds of guests attended the opening event. Buyers even camped out overnight to be first in line to purchase a home on Sunday morning and 15 homes sold on the first day!
EYA's new townhomes coming to Reservoir District will offer residents eco-friendly features and all-electric design. What are the benefits of an all-electric home? How can this positively impact homeowners and the environment? Read on to learn about these special home features, how they could help you save money and live a more eco-friendly lifestyle, and make a positive impact on the environment.
EYA's new townhomes coming to Reservoir District will offer residents the perfect blend of walkable lifestyle and exceptional amenities in a one-of-a-kind urban setting. Within the neighborhood, you'll be able to stroll to shops, enjoy the convenience of an onsite grocery store, stay active in the beautifully landscaped public park spaces or meet your neighbors at the brand new District of Columbia community center. And with a central DC location, all your favorite destinations will be just moments away. Below are some of the many nearby amenities, attractions and favorite local hotspots Reservoir District residents will enjoy.
New EYA townhomes are coming soon to a landmark location in Northwest DC. Reservoir District will feature 146 modern new EYA townhomes, state-of-the-art community center with pool, 6-acre public park, new onsite retail and much more. Click here to learn about the neighborhood and join the VIP list for all the latest updates.
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Neighborhood communities are among the most important ways that people find lasting personal connections. And for many, the value of supporting their community and helping neighbors has reached a new level of importance since the covid pandemic. In this blog post, we'll talk about why community is important, what it means to be a good neighbor and what you can do to support your community and help your neighbors.
Friday, September 22nd is Car-Free Day across the DMV and thousands of area residents have taken the pledge to go car-free. Hosted by Commuter Connections, this event aims to bring awareness of the benefits of alternative travel options such as walking, biking, taking bus or Metro, or even going "car-lite" by carpooling with fellow commuters.