Visit Alethia Tanner Park where you can connect from the Metropolitan Branch Trail to the Q Street NE bike lane at the southern end of the park.
Our Neighborhood Guide is online and mobile-friendly. Find sites of interest, places to dine and shop, hotels to stay in, and ways of getting around NoMa. The guide is updated regularly, so you’ll always be in the know.
The area now called NoMa has seen incredible changes since British settlers first arrived in the early 1700s. Learn how this central part of the District has evolved on our new history page.
Beautiful apartments. Top-tier office spaces. Dining, shopping, parks, the Metropolitan Branch Trail, and much more. Free outdoor WiFi. Come to the heart of D.C. and learn why NoMa is CITY. SMARTER.
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Get to Know NoMa
NoMa is a vibrant, growing neighborhood nestled next to Capitol Hill, Shaw and Mt. Vernon Triangle, and the H Street NE corridor in Washington, D.C. NoMa is the hip, smart center of the nation’s capital, with free outdoor WiFi, terrific walkability, a slew of transit options, and a lengthy stretch of the Metropolitan Branch Trail. Click on each header below to learn more about that topic.
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Residents with bachelor's
degree or higher
Workers with bachelor's degree or higher
Metro Stations and a Regional Train Station