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District Source: Wilkes Company Advances Plans for 400-Unit, Mixed-Use Building in NoMa

The Wilkes Company has been sitting on about 67,000 square feet of land between NoMa and Union Market since the 1980s and now plans to go before the D.C. Zoning Commission (ZC) later this month for a proposed mixed-use development with as much as 13,000 square feet of ground floor retail and 401 residential units. The […]

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Bisnow: Why NoMa is Hot (Part 3)

We are pleased to report that the Millennials discovering NoMa have a sense of humor. Observing how so many squares and circles in DC are named for heroic figures, like Admiral Farragutor Commander John Logan of the Army of Tennessee, they’ve come up with an informal name for the intersection of New York and Florida Avenues… https://www.bisnow.com/archives/newsletter/washington-dc/3936-why-noma-is-hot-part-3/

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PoPville: Beer Garden coming to NoMa this Spring

http://www.popville.com/2015/02/beer-garden-coming-to-noma-this-spring/

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Newsletter: Welcome to NoMa, REI

http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=37e13c8eb28226b42fa2cb179&id=d4fbc4133b&e=[UNIQID]

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Bisnow: Why NoMa is Hot (Part 2)

You can call it Millennials on the Move–the continuing flood of young people into the city, creating huge new demand not just for retail, as we reported yesterday, but residential as well. We’ll showcase all at our Explosion of Northeast DC event on Feb. 10, on location in NoMa, a part of our Neighborhood Series presented by United Bank. MRP’s snazzy […]

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Bisnow: Why NoMa is Hot (Part 1)

If you missed this, you may just get another chance. Well, not to see the Beatles perhaps, but to see the venue where they played their first US concert 51 years ago. Why? Because, as you’ve no doubt heard, Seattle-based outdoor goods icon REI last week chose Douglas Development’s Uline Arena for a 51k SFretail showcase. (Product […]

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Capital Bay: REI will open D.C. flagship location at Uline Arena in NoMa

WASHINGTON (WJLA) – Outdoors retailer REI will open a flagship store inside Uline Arena, the building in D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood where the Beatles played their first concert in the United States. According to a story in The Washington Post, REI’s 51,000-square-foot store will open in late 2016 and will be the company’s first location inside […]

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Washington Business Journal: Level 2 envisions bringing flavor of New York’s Meatpacking District to Union Market area

Level 2 Development is planning to develop a 315-unit mixed-use apartment project near Union Market that it hopes will pay homage to New York’s Meatpacking District at a gateway site leading into the District’s NoMa neighborhood. Level 2, which is also a part of the team working with Edens to remake the 45-acre Union Market, […]

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Washington Business Journal: For REI, Washington — and Uline Arena — a no-brainer

Plaid-clad outdoorsy types galore gathered Wednesday night to hear more about what would inevitably become their new mecca: the 52,000-square-foot REI flagship the company has planned for D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood. The REI store that will be located in the historic Uline Arena building on Third Street NE is the culmination of years of work to […]

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District Source: 315 Unit Mixed-use Apartment Plans Advance Near Union Market

Level 2 Development filed a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application with the Zoning Commission this week for a proposed 315-unit apartment building with 8,472 square feet of retail at 320 Florida Ave. NE, steps from Union Market and the NoMa Metro on the current site of a Burger King. The project, dubbed The Highline at Union Market, is a joint venture […]

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