At EYA, we take great pride in not only creating beautiful living spaces, but also designing neighborhoods that bring people together. This may be done in various ways from creating new parks and playgrounds where kids can meet new friends to designing welcoming front porches where neighbors can greet and get to know each other. For many, being part of a community is an important factor in wellbeing and happiness and neighborhood communities are among the most important ways that people find lasting personal connections.
What's it like to live in an EYA neighborhood? Watch the video below to hear from our homeowners about how they not only found a new home, but a new community.
Creating spaces that bring people together is an integral part of our neighborhood design. At Tower Oaks in Rockville, MD, The CORE was designed to be at the heart of the community offering a myriad of spaces for neighbors to come together. These include a club room, cafe, sport court, play area, fitness studio, outdoor firepits, seasonal pool and patio seating areas.
"Me and several of my neighbors, we get together once a week to play basketball together, which is just great for getting to know your neighbors, but also really pleasing to know that we are able to do that just within our neighborhood."
EYA's new townhome community in Michigan Park (Northeast DC) was designed to not only blend seamlessly with the surrounding neighborhood, but also to provide spaces to bring new and longtime residents together, including a new public children's playground—a favorite spot among the neighborhood's little ones!
"Our favorite part of the community has to be the playground. That has gotten the most visits. With a toddler in toe, that's the place she wants to be more than anywhere—outside, running around, having a good time with all the other children."
- Jessica & Adam
For many of us, having a sense of community is important. To learn more about how you can cultivate community (whether in your current neighborhood or new home), click here to read this blog post. Or, to learn more about EYA's currently selling communities, click the link below.
View EYA's currently selling communities in DC, VA and MD