It seems like just yesterday EYA broke ground on the new townhomes at Chancellor's Row, the 10-acre development on the grounds of St. Paul's College where Brookland & Edgewood meet.
Since then, the Artspace Lofts were completed and occupied, Monroe Street Market went under construction, Menomale opened, and 901 Monroe began demolition. The neighborhood has a noticeable new vibe, yet maintains the same charming architecture and close-knit community feel.
EYA has sold 65% of the 237 homes at Chancellor's Row, a LEED for Homes certified development located just steps from Brookland-CUA Metro station on the red line. Construction is maintaining pace closely with sales and over 120 households have moved in.
The community features an onsite Zipcar, soon-to-come Capital Bikeshare station, tot lots, three acres of open space and beautiful rooftop terrace views. Chancellor's Row was named "Community of the Year" by the local building industry associations.
The final phase at Chancellor's Row, comprised of 64 units, abuts 5th and 6th Streets just off Franklin Street NE. Home styles include three and four bedrooms, traditional brick or stone facades, along with the final 12 "Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU)" homes.