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Living In NoMa

Get Connected North of Massachusetts Avenue. NoMa is currently the fastest growing, up and coming neighborhood in Washington, DC. In addition to the ever-growing list of shops, restaurants, and apartments for rent, some major institutions such as NPR, CNN, and Sirius XM call this community home.

Get Anywhere and Everywhere

Served by 13 different modes of transportation including car services, buses, and railways, it is a breeze to attend some of the 120+ free events that NoMa BID puts on each year. A bike-friendly attitude is apparent through bike-share programs, secure bike stations, riding trails and free tire pumps throughout town. Living in NoMa DC gives you access to iconic transportation hub Union Station that is home to Metro Red Line and regional train service via Amtrak and the MARC Train, giving residents access to not only Washington, DC but outlying suburbs and states.

So Much To Do in NoMa

Get out and enjoy Swampoodle Park, check out the latest creations from local DC artisans at Union Market, view explore walk over underpass the latest installation at Art Parks to see the latest installation, visit NPR Headquarters for a free tour by appointment or kick back and relax at any of the countless restaurant options offered in NoMa. NoMa is truly a melting pot of activity, perfect for any resident.

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

  • Ronald Reagan Airport
  • Union Station
  • Capital One Arena
  • The Capitol
  • Ronald Reagan Airport
  • Union Station
  • Capital One Arena
  • The Capitol

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