Caring for loved ones, returning kids from college, and out-of-town guests. Homebuyers are increasingly wanting space to accommodate their friends and family in a semi-private, multi-generational space. It's a topic that home builders are embracing, notes The Washington Post writer Michele Lerner. EYA, too, has heard from it's homeowners and has developed "multi-generational suites" complete with living space, sleeping space, and "wet-bar" style spaces for simple beverage service. Visit an EYA neighborhood near you to learn more about multi-generational living and how your new home can accommodate your lifestyle for years to come.