Located only two miles outside of Washington DC in the historic downtown of East Hyattsville, Arts District Hyattsville East (ADHE) is a vibrant, walkable community that offers a new and exciting brand of urban living and architecture. The community features 183 row homes with rooftop terraces and one- or two-car garages. Conveniently nestled into the south end of ADHE is over 40,000 square feet of retail shopping featuring Yes! Organic Market, Busboys and Poets, Tara Thai, and Big Bad Woof.
Community amenities at the ADHE include a sparkling new swimming pool, state of the art fitness and community center, hiker/biker trails, several courtyards and pocket parks equipped with lush landscaping and park benches, a large fenced tot-lot for children to play and a picnic area with charcoal grills that is perfect for summer barbeques.
If your commute involves public transportation, not to worry - ADHE has three nearby Metro stations (West Hyattsville, Prince George’s Plaza, and College Park) and a nearby MARC train station (Riverdale Park). Additionally, Metrobus lines 81, 83, 86, F4 and F8 serve the community, along with Prince George’s County bus lines 13, 14 and 17.
Ways to Get Involved
We believe that there’s a place for everyone to get involved in our community, whether you’re interested in leading as a board member, helping out on a committee or just getting to know your neighbors. Taking the time to get invested in where you live allows you to put down roots, serve the community and build lasting friendships with people nearby.
Benefits of Living in a Community
There are several reasons the number of community associations has exploded from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands over the decades. The benefits our homeowners enjoy most are:
- Maintained Property Values. According to the Community Associations Institute, homes in managed communities are often worth 5 percent more than those in traditional communities.
- Amenities and Services. Our homeowners receive value in return for their choice to invest in a homeowners association.
- Sense of Community. Our community is a place to connect in a world that is increasingly disconnected.