Living In NoMa

Experience the hustle and bustle of one of DC's fastest-growing neighborhoods with a multitude of shops, restaurants, and apartments, and the added benefit of having major institutions like NPR, CNN, and Sirius XM call NoMa home.

Get Anywhere and Everywhere

NoMa is a transportation hub in Washington, DC, offering access to 13 modes of transportation, including the Metro Red Line and regional train service, making it easy to attend the 120+ free events hosted by NoMa BID each year, as well as access bike-share programs, secure bike stations, riding trails, and free tire pumps throughout the neighborhood.

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So Much To Do in NoMa

Discover the vibrant NoMa neighborhood in Washington, DC, where you can enjoy outdoor fun at Swampoodle Park, shop for locally-made products at Union Market, and admire public art at Art Parks, with the added bonus of taking a free tour of NPR Headquarters, or indulging in a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants in the area.

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Getting Around

Blocks away from the NoMa-Gallaudet U New York Ave Station

9 bus stops in the neighborhood make it easy to commute

Close to the 395 highway

  • By metro
  • By Car

By Metro

  • Ronald Reagan Airport
    38 minutes
  • Union Station
    5 minutes
  • Capital One Arena
    9 minutes
  • The Capitol
    18 minutes

By Car

  • Ronald Reagan Airport
    13 minutes
  • Union Station
    8 minutes
  • Capital One Arena
    11 minutes
  • The Capitol
    13 minutes

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