Today, NoMa’s 35 blocks include 13.2 million SF of office space, 4,800+ residential units, and 360,000+ SF of neighborhood-serving retail, including REI’s flagship store. This is just the beginning. Scroll down to learn about upcoming developments.
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continues to grow.
The 8,000 SF park at 3rd and L streets NE is under construction, and work on the 2.5-acre “NoMa Green” will begin in 2018. Two “art parks” beneath the rail tracks — one at L Street NE, one at M Street NE — will also be installed in the near future.
Learn about the NoMa Parks Foundation — from why it was created to the status of planned parks — at nomaparks.org.
33 N St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
This development will have 346 apartments and 5,000 SF of retail.
Anticipated delivery: Q3 2018
A mixed-use, 446,000 SF project with new residential (350 units), retail (27,000 SF), and hotel (175 keys) uses. The rehabilitated historical structure will offer creative office (25,000 SF) and retail uses.
On a 2.43-acre redevelopment site adjacent to the NoMa-Galludet U. Metro stop, this project will deliver 50 apartment units, 200 condominium units, 50,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and a 200-room hotel.
Burnham Place, a proposed 3 million SF development, will be built above Union Station's rail yard, providing direct access into a newly expanded and improved station facility. The development will feature a mix of first-class office, residential, retail, and hotel space, as well as parks and plazas.
Two adjacent properties at Congress and L streets NE will be developed into a 60,000-square-foot building with 62 condominium units priced to appeal to first-time homebuyers. Anticipated delivery: 2020.
Lacebark Alley will consist of a single building with three addresses: 51 N will hold 220 apartments; 50 Patterson will be a loft-style office building; and 1250 First will feature 366,000 SF of Class A office space.