Our Team

Sales Center
Open By Appointment
55 Ellsworth Heights Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910


From downtown Silver Spring, travel north on Colesville Road (29). Turn right onto Spring Street. Turn left onto Ellsworth Drive. Turn right onto Ellsworth Heights Street. Model homes on the left.


  • Sales Manager
  • Certifications: LEED Green Associate
    Years with EYA: 8
    Years in Homebuilding: 10
    Hometown: Williamsburg, VA
    Personal: Nick has represented the sale of over 300 EYA homes. Purchasers rave about Nick's friendly demeanor and knowledge of the homebuilding process. Voted GALA 2015's Outstanding Salesperson, Nick has an in-depth knowledge of the Washington real estate market. 



  • Design Consultant
  • Certifications: LEED Green Associate
    Years with EYA: 20
    Years in Homebuilding: 25
    Hometown: Alexandria, VA
    Personal: Ann has helped over 2,500 EYA homebuyers personalize the home of their dreams. When she's not working with customers, she's enjoying her walkable lifestyle in Old Town and traveling abroad.



  • Settlements Manager
  • Certifications: LEED Green Associate
    Awards: 2014 NVBIA PROS Best Settlement Coordinator
    Years with EYA: 5
    Years in Homebuilding: 10
    Hometown: Alexandria, VA
    Personal: Meriana works with EYA's homebuyers to facilitate the settlement process, by coordinating construction, lender and title company activity. A bit of a brainiac, she studied international relations and politics at George Mason and loves staying current with the world's events.


  • Warranty Service Administrator
  • Certifications: LEED Green Associate
    Awards: Best Customer Service Rep, 2012 NVBIA PROS Awards
    Years with EYA: 14
    Years in Homebuilding: 14
    Hometown: Charleston, SC
    Personal: This South Carolina native has a southern charm that you'll certainly pick up on over the phone. Linda is incredibly knowledgeable about all the moving parts of your EYA home and she coordinates warranty repairs with her team of service professionals. Be sure to ask her about her days in the Congressional Office Building.