Sierra Club to Relocate to Washington, D.C.’s NoMa
“We are excited about the opportunity to be located in NoMa, an emerging ‘green’ neighborhood that will allow our workers to use public transportation and potentially live very near where they work,” said David Willett, Sierra Club National Press Secretary. “The new building will provide excellent work space along with great proximity to Capitol Hill.”
“NoMa is a perfect location for The Sierra Club,” said Elizabeth Price, President of the NoMa Business Improvement District. “All of NoMa’s new buildings, including 111 K Street, are incorporating best practices in green design. In addition, NoMa’s great public transportation and bicycle access will allow tenants and residents alike to reduce their carbon footprints.”
Recently, J Street Development sold its 165,000 square foot property at 1111 North Capitol Street, N.E. in NoMa to NPR. All of NPR’s 600 Washington-based journalism, multimedia, business and executive activities will be housed in this new facility, with occupancy planned for 2012.
About the NoMa BID:
NoMa is an emerging mixed-use neighborhood north of the U.S. Capitol and Union Station in Washington, D.C. Private developers have invested over $1 billion in 2007–2008 alone, with plans to develop more than 20 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, and retail space in the 35-block area covered by the NoMa BID over the next 10 years. For more information about the BID, including an interactive development map, see the BID Web site at nomabid.wpengine.com.