WASHINGTON, DC, November 21, 2014 — The NoMa Underpass Design Competition continues apace, now with thoughtful feedback from more than 300 people who took a survey launched in October. “The NoMa Parks Foundation is thrilled at the amount of interest from the neighbors and other stakeholders,” said Robin-Eve Jasper, President of the NoMa Parks Foundation.
You may still be recovering from the foodie crush of last weekend’sEmporiyum (or at least we are), but don’t let artisanal market fatigue set in just yet. Mess Hall, the new culinary incubator and commercial kitchen in Brookland, is popping up this weekend at Union Market, just in time for some pre-Thanksgiving holiday shopping. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/going-out-guide/wp/2014/11/21/mess-hall-pops-up-with-a-holiday-market-at-union-market/
What a difference 10 years and a Metro station can make. In 2004, NoMa—at least the section of it studied in a report released this week—had no offices, no residences, no hotels, and no retail. Ten years later, there’s 3.8 million square feet of office space, 3,057 residences, 622 hotel rooms, and 183,000 square feet