- The Washington Times - Wednesday, May 17, 2006

EYA is building 137 urban row homes and live-work homes in Phase I of West Village at Arts District Hyattsville in Hyattsville, where plans call for the former Lustine automobile dealership to be restored into a community center with two-story walls of glass, murals, an art gallery, a fitness room, a lounge and meeting rooms.

Each home in this Prince George’s County community will include a brick front, wrought-iron railings, corrugated metal accents, professional landscaping and garage parking.

Inside, all five row-house models feature three finished levels with two or three bedrooms; one or two full baths and one half bath; ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, kitchen and baths; 9-foot ceilings on the main and upper levels; recessed lighting; a security system; advanced home wiring; 42-inch maple or white cabinets and granite counters in the kitchen; and gas heat.

The row homes have 1,264 to 2,189 finished square feet, with base prices from $355,000 to $595,000. Homeowner association fees are expected to be $154 per month.

The Calder model, with 1,555 square feet, is priced from $440,000. This home features a lower-level entrance into a foyer, with a third bedroom or optional study, two closets and an entrance to the garage.

The main level has an open floor plan with a living room, dining room, powder room and an open center-island kitchen with a pantry and an optional deck.

An optional loft level has a fourth bedroom and full bath.

Call Sam Greer at 301/209-0116 or visit www.eya.com.


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