Chevy Chase, MD
EYA rezoned this transit-oriented community to increase density, creating a thriving mixed-income community with a 200-unit mixed-income rental building (The Lindley) adjacent to 62 luxury townhomes (the Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake).
This 45-acre master planning and development effort involves a partnership with Montgomery County and will deliver over 1,500 units adjacent to transit.
Formerly a suburban office park, Montgomery Row reflects EYA’s unique ability to reinvigorate obsolete office parks into thriving mixed-use communities.
Working with the Paulist Fathers, the 237 townhomes at Chancellor’s Row have catalyzed economic revitalization while seamlessly integrating into the neighborhood.
A public-private partnership with DCHA, Capitol Quarter set a new standard for mixed-income development, integrating market-rate and workforce rowhomes with dedicated public housing.
This public-private partnership with ARHA involved the redevelopment of public housing into a mixed-income neighborhood in the heart of Old Town Alexandria.
EYA worked closely with Montgomery County to create this urban hideaway adjacent to the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Station.
Two blocks from the Clarendon Metro and on the site of a former Sears, Clarendon Park was designed by EYA to increase density without disrupting the surrounding community of older single-family homes.
Working closely with the City of Rockville, EYA rezoned this site - formerly planned for office uses - to allow townhomes, condominiums, and a state-of-the-art clubhouse.
EYA led the master planning and entitlement process for this 20-acre mixed-use community with 150 brownstones and 850,000 SF of office, retail, and multifamily space.
Inspired by the Old Town waterfront, EYA entitled, designed, and is building 70 high-end condominiums and 26 stately townhomes on the banks of the Potomac River.
The transformation of an office building into luxury waterfront condominiums is a model for office-to-residential conversions.
This 25-acre mixed-use community has catalyzed the revitalization of the Route 1 corridor in historic downtown Hyattsville.
Edens selected EYA to develop townhomes that created value for this highly successful, 31-acre, mixed-use community anchored by 500,000 SF of retail.
This 333-unit mixed-use multifamily building is adjacent to a Red Line station, and offers 15,000 SF of retail. It is the first multifamily building developed as part of the larger 45-acre Westside at Shady Grove Metro community.
Developed in partnership with the Housing Opportunities Commission, this 200-unit mixed-income high-rise is the center of a new transit-oriented neighborhood.
Built on the grounds of the former Samuel Madden Homes, a public housing project owned by ARHA, Chatham Square was EYA's first mixed income community.
To learn more or to speak with us about a potential development project, please email Aakash Thakkar, EVP Acquisition and Development.