NoMa/Union Station

As a major transportation hub for the District, NoMa is the most connected neighborhood in Washington, DC

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Nestled between Union Station, the U.S. Capitol, Shaw, and the H Street, NE corridor in Washington, DC, NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue) is rapidly transforming into a bustling, vibrant neighborhood with new brand new apartments and forthcoming apartments, modern office towers, three hotels and new retail space.

Many well-known private companies, nonprofits and government agencies call NoMa home, including CareFirst, Kaiser Permanente, American Medical Association, the US Department of Justice, the US Department of Education and NPR’s new headquarters.

In addition to being a major transit hub for Amtrak, VRE and MARC commuter railways, Union Station’s architecture, shops and restaurants draw thousands of travelers to this historic landmark.

Circulator Route: Georgetown–Union Station, National Mall or Union Station–Navy Yard Metro

Resources for NoMa:
NoMa Business Improvement District
Washington.org
Washington Economic Partnership

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