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Looking for a great downtown neighborhood a short walk from the Capitol? Want beautiful new office space, luxury apartments, loads of retail, and access to Union Station and Union Market? Getting here couldn’t be easier. Ride, drive, walk or bike to NoMa. Come see why NoMa is City. Smarter.

Live Smart

Live, work and play in a City. Smarter. NoMa offers convenient, luxury living just steps from the Capitol and Union Station. Click to see the 9 new apartment buildings leasing now.

6,300

Current population

4,803

New apartments

Work Smart

Information on office spaces

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54,000

Total Employees

75%

Living in D.C.

80%

College degree or higher

22

LEED certified buildings

Travel Smart

NoMa is the best neighborhood for getting in, out and around the District. Click to learn about NoMa’s exceptional transit access.

111,000

Average weekday pedestrians

92

Walk score

Who’s city smart?

Don’t just take our word for it – NoMa is the place to be. Find out what NoMa Neighbors are saying.

NOMA in 2017

See what exciting developments are in NoMa’s future.

Events

This place is humming. With 50+ community events a year, there’s always something exciting going on.

50+

Free events a year

22,000

Attendance in 2015

Parks & Public Space

NoMa is creating beautiful new parks and fun public spaces. Click here to see the vision.

Noma Today

Current neighborhood information and statistics

Map

Development Map: see what's here and what's coming soon

Media

Hot off the presses

Washington Business Journal: StonebridgeCarras Lands Mammoth NoMa Tenant

The General Services Administration has awarded an 839,000-square-foot lease to StonebridgeCarras for The Justice Department, filling up all of the vacant 350,000-square-foot building known as Three Constitution Square...

Washington Post: NoMa, The Wrong Side of the Tracks No More

The Northeast Washington neighborhood of NoMa — north of Massachusetts Avenue — is an oasis of walkable streets...

Curbed DC: Plans to Raze NoMa Office Buildings for Movie Theater, Residential Units, Office, and Retail

The JBG Companies recently submitted an application for variance/special exception to the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment to raze a seven-story office building two-story office building...

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