Our brand new model home is now open for private tours at The Townhomes at Michigan Park! These modern, new townhomes offer the best of urban living in an established residential neighborhood just moments to retail, recreation, Metro and more. Schedule your private model home tour and learn more about this Northeast DC neighborhood.
About the Townhomes
Designed for modern living, these three-story townhomes feature open living spaces, sophisticated Euro-inspired finishes, a contemporary kitchen, 3-4 bedrooms, the choice of a private back yard or 2-car garage parking and an optional rooftop terrace for additional outdoor living space.
While thoroughly modern on the inside, the exterior design thoughtfully reflects the surrounding residential streetscape, honoring traditional DC architectural features such as red brick facades, white trim and welcoming front porches.
Click here to view photos of the new model home and schedule your private tour.
Adjacent to St. Joseph’s Seminary, The Townhomes at Michigan Park are ideally situated in this highly regarded, established DC neighborhood known for its strong sense of community. Both long-time and new residents alike are proud to call this neighborhood home.
The community is surrounded by tree-lined streets and will include landscaped green spaces, pocket parks and a brand new children's playground (now open!).
In addition to onsite amenities, Turkey Thicket Recreation Center, schools, markets, restaurants and coffee shops are all just a short stroll away, as well as the Red Line at the Brookland-CUA Metro Station.
The Townhomes at Michigan Park provide the unique opportunity to purchase a new construction townhome offering the best of modern living in an established residential community convenient to amenities and all your favorite DC destinations.
Private tours of the new model home are available by appointment. Click here to schedule your tour and learn more about the neighborhood.
Earth Day, celebrated annually on April 22nd, is a great opportunity to reflect on our impact on the environment and evaluate the choices we make in our daily lives, including where and how we live. EYA thinks green not only when it comes to how we build, but also how our homeowners will live. This includes building neighborhoods in close-in locations with easy access to transit and open green spaces, recycling construction materials, environmentally-friendly home features and more. As an example, the infographic below shows a snapshot of EYA’s sustainable design practices at our newest community, Tysons Ridge.
When searching for a new place to call home, it is often not only the home that one takes into consideration, but also the community that you become a part of. Well-designed neighborhoods with outdoor amenities and green spaces can impact happiness and help to bring people together. Thoughtful community visioning integrates design elements and open spaces to connect residents with each other and their surrounding area. Amenities may include neighborhood parks, walking paths, plazas, playgrounds and seating areas to facilitate interactions among neighbors. A well-planned landscape design not only connects residents with nature and creates a visual sense of harmony, but also offers highly sought after amenities and supports community engagement. To learn more about how landscape design can foster community, EYA's approach to neighborhood planning and features you may not have previously considered to look for in your new community, read our Q&A below with EYA's longtime landscape architect Gabriela Cañamar Clark, a partner at LandDesign.
Our three brand new model homes will be opening for tours at The Townhomes at Graham Park on Saturday, February 25th! Join us from 12-4 PM for our grand opening event and be among the first to tour these modern, new townhomes offering the best of urban living just steps to retail, dining and more. RSVP is required as space is limited. Click here to register for the event and get an exclusive first look.
Whether you’re moving into your first home or just looking to refresh your furnishings, there are many unique and creative ways to switch up your current home decor to feel fresh in the new year without breaking the bank. Read on for an updated post featuring a Q&A with one of our favorite designers, Holly Polgreen, President and Co-founder of Carlyn & Company Interiors + Design, for the best tips on how to repurpose, reorganize, and redesign your home decor.