NESTLED IN THE HEART OF DC and an easy stroll from the U.S. Capitol, NoMa is one of the city’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. The area encompasses nearly 22 million square feet of office, hotel, retail, and residential space, including 30 new LEED buildings and revitalized historic buildings. NoMa continues to grow with an additional 5 million square feet under construction. With the stewardship of the NoMa Parks Foundation, the neighborhood’s development is complemented by its robust dedication to remarkable new parks and public spaces.
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Development: New + Coming Soon
- The Lexicon (50 Florida Avenue NE) delivered 182 condos and 7,500 SF of retail in 2020.
- Sentinel Square III (45 L Street NE), completed in 2020, comprises 545,000 SF of office anchored by new offices for the FCC.
- Tribeca (39–41 New York Avenue NE) will offer 99 condos upon completion in 2021.
- 300 M (300 M Street NE), planned to arrive in 2023, will deliver 457 apartments, 10,000 SF of retail, and three levels of below-grade parking.
- 40 Patterson Street NE will deliver in 2022 with 321 residential units and 10,000 SF of amenity space.
- The DC Housing Authority headquarters (1133 N. Capitol Street NE) is slated to become a 1,200-unit development from MRP Realty, CSG Urban Partners, and Taylor Adams Associates.
Resilient Retail + Restaurants
- NoMa boasts a growing volume of cafés, restaurants, and bars, with recent additions including King Street Oyster Bar, Sweet Science Coffee, Red Bear Brewing, Laos in Town, and CR NoMa.
- Area retailers include a ﬂagship REI, Harris Teeter and Streets Market groceries, Politics & Prose bookstore, and Warby Parker.
- 2 Red Line Metro stations including Union Station, the system’s busiest.
- VRE and MARC commuter rails, as well as several interstate bus lines, via Union Station.
- Miles of bike lanes, 11 Capital Bikeshare stations, and the eight-mile Metropolitan Branch Trail.
- 3 hours to New York City from Union Station via Amtrak.
- Press House at Union District (301–331 N Street NE), on a formerly industrial site with a repurposed warehouse, will arrive in 2021 with 356 residential units, 25,000 SF of office for architecture firm Hickok Cole, and 27,300 SF of retail for tenants including Scissors & Scotch.
- One 501 (1501 Harry Thomas Way), another formerly industrial site to deliver this year, will comprise 327 apartments, including affordable units and five two-story live/work artist units, as well as 7,500 SF of retail.
- Eckington Yards is a 3.1-acre redevelopment expected to arrive in 2021 with 681 residential units and 67,000 SF of retail/commercial, including “maker” manufacturing space.
- The Burton (200 Florida Avenue NE) and The 202 (101 New York Avenue NE), estimated to arrive in late 2021, will deliver a total of 637 residential units and 14,000 SF of retail as part of the three-acre Washington Gateway redevelopment.