EYA is Washington’s leading developer of urban and transit-oriented properties. Since 1992, the company has made its name and reputation by creating award-winning, lifestyle friendly residential neighborhoods. The combination of convenient locations and premium architecture ensures EYA homes—both old and new—are always in demand. If you’re interested in working with us, send us an email at LandAcq@eya.com.
EYA's mission is to transform the way Washingtonian's live, by bringing homeowners closer to shopping, dining and business districts. Life within walking distance® is not just our tagline, it defines how we evaluate properties for development. Take a moment to learn more about our land strategy and the projects which comprise The Neighborhoods of EYA.
19. Ford’s Landing
20. The Lofts at Braddock Metro
21. Monument Place
22. Mosaic District
23. Old Town Commons
24. Old Town Village
25. The Oronoco
26. Palisades Park
27. Potomac Greens
29. The Villages of Stonegate
30. Westwood Village
31. Bryan Square
32. Capitol Quarter
33. Capitol Square
34. Chancellor's Row
35. Courts of Chevy Chase
36. Harrison Square
EYA offers a comprehensive approach to real estate development with in-house expertise in land planning, architecture, land development, construction, procurement, financial management, sales & marketing, and warranty service. Our talented development professionals have years of experience creating special places, entitling complex projects, partnering with public and private institutions, and maximizing the potential of properties throughout the Washington region.
Below is a sampling of projects which best represent our core areas of expertise.
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and compatible land plans tailored to market demand.
crafts architectural style to blend with the surrounding neighborhood. Clarendon Park was a major catalyst to
the revitalization of the Wilson/Clarendon corridor in Arlington along the Orange line Metro.
capitalize on existing transit infrastructure and improve quality of life.
municipalities, housing authorities, and other institutions.
partnered with the Alexandria Redevelopment & Housing Authority (ARHA) to build 155 townhomes, 76 condominiums, and 134 affordable rental homes, all of which are indistinguishable from the street by design.
The project is a world class example of mixed-income community development in which market-rate land
value is harnessed to offset the cost of reconstructing existing affordable housing.
EYA townhomes designed in classic colonial style. As part of the Potomac Greens neighborhood, EYA also
designed and constructed Potomac Plaza - a 15,000 square foot retail shopping center that features
restaurants, clothing stores, a dry cleaner and other neighborhood serving amenities. Potomac Plaza
is home to Neighborhood Restaurant Group's landmark Rustico Restaurant and coffee shop Buzz Bakery
and is a tremendous amenity to the surrounding homeowners.
a vibrant mixed-income community featuring 237 market-rate and workforce townhomes, alongside 86
affordable rental homes. Capitol Quarter has won numerous design and planning awards, including the ULI
Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence designation. The neighborhood has been a major
catalyst in the redevelopment of the Capitol Riverfront and Ballpark Entertainment District.
spectacular multi-family communities.
condominium units in a unique setting on 13 acres backing to Rock Creek Park. Strathmore Park offers
one level living up to 2,600 square feet with easy access to the downtown Bethesda, downtown Rockville,
and the Beltway.
EYA has built over 4,000 homes in the Washington Metropolitan area, thanks in part to the strength of our financial partners. Even the most complex of development deals have the backing of our bankers and investors due to EYA’s history of bringing the right vision and execution to every development project it undertakes. EYA has grown to include a fully-integrated team of building and development professionals, producing over $1.5 billion in revenue since the company’s founding.
In addition to our "Now Selling" neighborhoods, EYA is pleased to offer the following neighborhoods in the
|Chevy Chase Lake||Opening Summer 2016||Perfectly situated in the heart of Chevy Chase adjacent to the future Purple Line station, Chevy Chase Lake is a mixed-income redevelopment which will feature new elevator townhomes with rooftop terraces.|
|Robinson Landing||Opening Summer 2016||Located on the banks of the Potomac River, Robinson Terminal South is a redevelopment of a former Washington Post facility. EYA will construct new condominiums, new townhomes, retail space and a new boardwalk along the waterfront. Learn more at http://www.robinsonterminalsouth.com/contact/.|
EYA has demonstrated a firm commitment to environmentally sound business practices. And that means more than simply using eco-friendly materials. We support a holistic approach, considering what, where and how we build. The result is a collection of neighborhoods that are praised by local officials and community groups, consistently noted by national awards programs, and loved by the people who call them home.
Some of our smart growth initiatives include:
- EYA is committed to pursuing LEED certification for its homes, providing homeowners with peace of mind that their investment is good for the environment in the long term. No other homebuilder in the Washington area has earned as many LEED certifications.
- EYA homes are situated in urban communities, where we put homeowners within walking distance of shopping, dining and other conveniences, reducing the number of cars on the road.
- We choose to build where restoration and renewal will positively impact the community. As often as possible, we select sites with existing power, water and sewer lines, roads and infrastructure.
- Restricting development to these kinds of sites allows us to conserve resources, preserve open spaces and maintain our ongoing commitment to smart growth.
- Townhomes and condominiums maximize the use of valuable close-in land and reduce sprawl by building up rather than out.
- Live/work homes and mixed-use neighborhoods provide more opportunities for business owners to conserve energy and eliminate commutes and provide homeowners with access to the goods and services they provide—within walking distance.