Developed in the late 1890s, the Dupont Circle area built a reputation as a fashionable residential neighborhood that lasted into the early years of the 20th century. The circle itself was originally called “Pacific Circle” and ...Read More
NoMa is a vibrant, growing neighborhood so named for its location north of Massachusetts Avenue in Washington DC’s northwestern quadrant. Just two miles east of the White House, NoMa sits near the Capitol Hill, Shaw, and H Street Corridor neighborhoods. Its landmarks include Gallaudet University as well as the iconic Union Station. Union Station's beaux-arts facade houses a shopping gallery as well as a transportation hub for the Metro Red Line including transit to get just about anywhere along the eastern seaboard. Along NoMa’s eastern border, residents and visitors enjoy shopping at Union Market, a restored, mid-century food hall catering to gourmet tastes. Read more about NoMa real estate.
NoMa’s allure to prospective buyers stems from its convenience to Downtown, walkability, and wealth of transportation options. In addition to two Metro Stops on the Red Line, NoMa also boasts eight Capital Bikeshare stations as well as a lengthy stretch of the Metropolitan Branch Trail which continues all the way into Silver Spring, Maryland.
Available homes in NoMa are frequently newly constructed condos and apartments with sleek glass exteriors intermixed with office high-rises. Along its eastern boundaries, NoMa offers the classic, single-family row houses found in other nearby neighborhoods. Many of these homes have been recently updated to reflect modern conveniences while preserving their original character and charm.
NoMa is served by the Union Station and NoMa-Gallaudet U stops on the Red Line. The neighborhood is bounded by Massachusetts Avenue to the south; R Street to the east; and 2nd Street running east to New Jersey Avenue NE on the west.