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August 21, 2019 The NoMa BID wishes to share publicly the sentiment expressed in an increasing volume of complaints we are receiving from neighbors in NoMa: Namely, that conditions are worsening at the encampments in the underpasses and on First Street NE, and that people are worried about their ability to safely traverse these public
For Immediate Release Download a PDF Version NoMa BID Sponsors ULI Washington Technical Assistance Panel Report on the “Virtual Circle” at New York and Florida Avenues NE Panelists provide insights and expert opinions based on existing conditions and DDOT’s planned reconfiguration of the intersection. August 13, 2019, Washington, D.C. — This week, the Washington district
The NoMa community was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of James Curtis III, a managing partner and a co-founder of Bristol Group, a San Francisco–based real estate investment and development company with an important presence in NoMa for 25 years. Known as Curtis to friends and business associates, he took an active role
For Immediate Release Download a PDF Version D.C. Artist Eric Celarier Installs Biosphere in NoMa BID Office Lobby July 26, 2019, Washington, D.C. — The NoMa BID, as part of its ongoing activation of the lobby space at 1200 First St. NE, has commissioned a new installation from District artist Eric Celarier (ericcelarier.com). Biosphere will