NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue) is D.C.’s fastest growing neighborhood and has changed multiple times over its 150+ year history. Initially farmland, the neighborhood’s fortune was later tied to the peak and fall of the region’s rail use that centered around Union Station starting in 1907 and declined with the advent of the automobile, urban renewal, and mass migration of residents to area suburbs. It’s recent economic activity blossomed when Metro added a station in 2004 and now new high-rise residential and office buildings share streets with older rowhomes to define the NoMa of today.

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  • NoMa as a neighborhood needs:

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  • The best and worst development trends in D.C. are:

Projects: stay updated on progress

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2 Patterson Street NE

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300 M Street NE

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Burnham Place at Union Station

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Four Constitution Square

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Gallaudet 6th Street Development

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Northwest One

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Press House at Union District

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Sentinel Square Phase III

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Sursum Corda

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The High Line at Union Market

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The Shapiro Residences

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The Tribeca

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Union Place II

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Information: get a broader picture of neighborhood changes

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In the Works: Top 3 Developments Coming to NoMa/H Street

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How Union Market Has Become The Front Line of D.C.'s Activist-Developer War

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Tribeca Comes to NoMa: 99 Condominiums Planned for New York Avenue

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