NoMa is the fastest growing neighborhood in Washington, DC. Anchored by First Street NE, NoMA is realizing an explosion in new construction of commercial and residential buildings. Formerly an underutilized industrial area, NoMA offers convenient access via the NoMA/Gallaudet University Metro Station as well as the Metropolitan Branch Bicycle Trail which connects NoMa with Silver Spring, MD.
Billions in private capital has been invested in the NoMa neighborhood which now boasts over 10 million Sq Ft of office, residential, retail and hotel space. NoMa has attracted several industry and government titans including CareFirst, Kaiser Permanente, American Medical Association, CNN, SIrus XM Radio, NPR, ATF, Department of Justice and Department of Education.
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Welcome To The Lexicon, Brand New Construction, Delivering Now! Live In The Heart Of Noma, Just Blocks From Hot Union Market, Trader Joes And Noma Metro. Full Service Amenities Include Front Desk, 2-level Cascading Pool With Landscaped Courtyard, Fitness Ce...
Photo: NoMa Parks Foundation
Much more than just an unusual name, Swampoodle is a historic neighborhood with Irish roots. Originally settled by scores of Irish immigrants in the mid 1800s, its said Swampoodle gained its namesake generations ago from a combination of the words “swamp” and “puddle”.
Built up over the former Tiber River, the neighborhood was often marked at the time by standing water and marshy conditions. All these years later the name remains, although it’s not likely t... Read More
They may not be able to claim the White House as an official address, but some 2020 Democratic presidential candidates already live in DC. From Navy Yard to Capitol Hill and H Street, several political contenders have already set down roots.
Cory Booker may trace his roots to Newark, but the senator also has an apartment in the H Street corridor. This hip neighborhood is well known for its festivals, dining opportunities and nightlife. There’s also a seasonal farmers’ market on H Str... Read More
A new condo development pushes forward in NoMa as crews officially break ground on Tribeca. The highly anticipated 99-unit building is going in just two blocks from the closest Metro station and will soon provide some of the mixed-use neighborhood’s very first new for-sale multi-family units.
Sales for the new condos are expected to begin in early 2020, with options including one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus a den and two-bedroom floor plans. Priced starting in the high $400,000s, the 13... Read More
DC’s multifamily condo market is booming as developers aim to lure current renters with a surge of new for-sale options. Until recently developers had favored the rental market, but that trend could be changing.
In particular, some real estate experts say they’ve seen an uptick in condo demand since the Amazon HQ2 announcement. Some estimates predict around 1,700 new condo units will begin sales this year.
This includes nearly a dozen new condo developments with at least 50 units la... Read More
An exciting new condo project is coming to NoMa, where the TRIBECA Condos are slated to open up next spring. The project includes 99 new condos fronting New York Avenue and N Street.
The location puts future residents in the middle of a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood. The property sits a short stroll away from the closest Metro station, with nearby options including trendy grocery stores, coffee shops and retailers.
The 13-story building promises the inclusion of a Club Room and a f... Read More
Rendering: NoMa Parks Foundation
A new park is coming to NoMa, and its name takes a nod to the past. The first park from the NoMa Business Improvement District is unofficially named “Swampoodle Park”.
That’s the name that garnered the most votes in a recent online survey. According to those behind the survey, the name came out on tops with about two-thirds of the 1,500 or so survey responses.
Other possibilities included calling it the 3rd and L Park or Old City Corner. The newly ... Read More
Two new condo developments are reshaping NoMa, with luxury homes and spectacular amenities. From upscale finishes to stylish living space, new condo developments such as Lexicon and Pullman Place continue to generate new excitement in the area.
Lexicon offers more than 180 condos, with large floor plans ranging from one-bedroom units to those including two bedrooms plus a den. Priced from the low $400,000s for one of the smaller units, some of the larger units of Lexicon command price... Read More
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Listing information last updated on February 26th, 2020 at 1:46pm EST.