NoMa is one of the newest neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. It wasn't until the late 1990s that the neighborhood's identity was born. Before then, the area was fairly desolate, save for a Greyhound station.
Currently, there are over 7,000 residential units either planned or currently under construction. A variety of long abandoned warehouses are also planned for conversion for new hotels, offices, and apartments.
The mixed-use development features 720 residences, 83,000-square-feet of street-level retail, and 20,000-square-feet of amenity space spread out over three total buildings. With this development, a new community for artists was created with studios and a community arts center. Earlier this year, a new “arts park” also completed construction.