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.
An 8-minute walk to the Fort Totten Metro with access to the Red, Green and Yellow Lines.
EYA, JBG Smith, and the Chevy Chase Land Company partnered on the entitlement of four blocks (~17 acres) next to the Wiehle – Reston East metro station in Reston, VA.
The Josephites selected EYA to master-plan, entitle, and develop 4-acres of their 8-acre St. Joseph’s Seminary site
EDENS elected to partner with EYA because, over the past decade, EYA has developed specific expertise in building high-quality, architecturally distinct townhomes as key elements of larger mixed-use, retail communities.
To learn more or to speak with us about a potential development project, please email Aakash Thakkar, Chief Acquisitions Officer.