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Mapping 20+ Transformative NoMa Development Projects

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With each passing month, plans for new developments in the Northeast neighborhood NoMa multiply, so to keep up with all the construction either planned or underway, Curbed has created the below map to let you know what you should expect.

The neighborhood, named after "North of Massachusetts Avenue," didn't have much of an identity before the late 1990s. Before then, the desolate area was mostly known as simply the site of the Greyhound station. Now, the community is bustling and hip with a Harris Teeter, 18 blocks of free outdoor Wi-Fi, and of course Union Market.

Currently, there are more than 3,900 apartments in the area and over 7,000 residential units either planned or currently under construction. Tony Goodman, advisory neighborhood commissioner for near northeast and NoMa, believes that NoMa will eventually skyrocket to housing over 15,000 residents.

In the below map, you can expect to find a few developments around Union Market, which include the massive mixed-use project, The Shapiro Residences, and the New York-inspired residential building, The Highline at Union Market.

If any developments were left off of this map, be sure to let Curbed know by leaving a comment or emailing our tipline. If interested in seeing what to expect from other Washington, D.C. neighborhoods that are going through similar development booms, check out these maps of H Street Corridor and Navy Yard.

[UPDATE 10/14: AVA NoMa added.]
[UPDATE 10/15: 411 New York Avenue NE added.]
[UPDATE 10/16: Gallaudet Project added.]
[UPDATE 11/5: 22M, 44M, and 88M added.]


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1. Uline Arena

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1140 3rd St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Douglas Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2016
Square Footage: 244,000
The Skinny: The historic Arena building and Ice House building as well as two other commercial buildings will be converted into office and retail space. There are also plans for a four-level parking garage with 168 spaces. The total square footage breaks down with 70,000-square-feet designated for retail and 174,000-square-feet designated for office space. Specialty outdoors retailer REI has confirmed that it will open in the development.

2. 300 M Street NE

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300 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Architect: Hickok Cole Architects
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 404,000
The Skinny: This residential multi-family development will house a total of 400 units as well as more than 100,000-square-feet of retail. You can also expect 187 off-street parking spaces in a below-grade garage.

3. Union Place

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200 K St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Toll Brothers
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 555,678
The Skinny: Expect a total of 525 residential units in this mixed-use development along with 16,398-square-feet of retail and 240 below-grade parking spaces. The construction will be done in two phases.

4. 301 N Street NE

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301 N St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Foulger-Pratt Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans to convert a warehouse currently used by Capital Self-Storage into a mixed-use building with an 11-story addition. The project would include 19,000-square-feet of retail, 110 parking spots, and 205 residential units.

5. NoMa Meander

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Pierce St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: The JBG Cos.
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans for a three-block pedestrian promenade with green areas and water features. The park will stretch from Pierce Street NE to New York Avenue NE, between First and North Capitol streets NE.

6. The Edison

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340 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: LCOR
Expected Completion Date: Spring of 2017
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will offer 187 apartments, 28,000-square-feet of ground-floor retail, and an underground parking garage. The former owner of the building, EDENS, will retain control of the retail space. The space is expected to house a small-format grocers, similar to Trader Joe's.

7. 1309 5th Street NE

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1309 5th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: September 1, 2016
Square Footage: 153,000
The Skinny: On top of Union Market, there will be a 42,000-square-foot Angelika Film Center and 112,000-square-feet of office or residential space. There will be a market and plaza behind the building and a park in front of it. The sign that reads, "Union Market," will also be relocated to the theater level of the building on the 5th Street side.

8. North Building

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1329 5th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 350,000
The Skinny: The developer plans on replacing a warehouse on this site with a mixed-use building that will have retail, entertainment, and either residential or office. There are few details so far.

9. The Shapiro Residences

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1270 4th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will house around 815 to 1,060 apartments across two 11-story buildings. There are also plans for 40,000-square-feet of retail and 400 to 550 parking spaces. The building will be formally certified by LEED.

10. The Highline

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320 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Level 2 Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2018
Square Footage: 227,089
The Skinny: Expect 313 apartments, 9,880-square-feet of retail, and 143 parking spaces. 13 residential units will be designated as affordable housing and will be located off-site. On the western portion of the site, there will also be a multi-tiered park. This mixed-use development was inspired by New York's meatpacking district and elevated park known as the High Line. The site currently houses a Burger King. The developer will also make a $1.4 million contribution to Habitat for Humanity.

11. 301 Florida Avenue NE

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301 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developers: Ditto Residential and Zusin Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 71,000
The Skinny: This eight-story project will feature ground-floor retail topped by 56 apartments. The site currently houses a liquor store and Penske truck depot. Construction is expected to begin late 2016.

12. First St NE & N St NE

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First St NE & N St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: The JBG Companies
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: On this site, there is currently a seven-story office building, a two-story office building, and multiple surface parking lots. These will be razed in order to build 147,135-square-feet of residential, 366,161-square-feet of office, 30,543-square-feet of retail, and a 30,000-square-foot movie theater with 1,200 seats. There will be a total of 220 residential units. A separate four-level below-grade parking garage will also be built with 216 spaces.

13. M St NE & 1st Pl NE

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M St NW & 1st Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001

Developer: Winn Development Company
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: On a 6.7-acre site bounded by M, First, and L streets NW, the Sursum Corda non-profit housing cooperative will be razed to build a massive, multi-phase development. This development will include five six- to 11-story buildings with 1,279,845-square-feet of residential, 848 parking spaces, and a brand new Capital BikeShare station. There will be a total of 1,142 residential units, 199 of which will be designated for affordable housing.

14. L Street Underpass

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First St NE & L St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Designer: Future Cities Lab
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
The Skinny: An LED light installation, called "Lightweave," will be constructed in the L Street Underpass in late 2015. These LED lights will be responsive to any nearby sounds that exceed 50 decibels, such as passing trains, cars, or pedestrians.

15. M Street Underpass

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First St NE & M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Designers: NIO and Thurlow Small Architecture
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
The Skinny: In the M Street Underpass, an LED light installation, called "Rain," will be constructed. These lights will respond to the movement of cars, creating the illusion of a rainstorm.

16. Camden NoMa

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Developer: Camden Property Trust
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 682,000
The Skinny: The two-phase apartment complex, Camden NoMa, will feature two towers, one spanning 307,000-square-feet with 321 apartments and the other spanning 375,000-square-feet with 405 apartments. The second phase, which began February of 2015, will include below-grade parking.

17. 57 N Street NW

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Developer: John Sunter
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Since 2010, a historic warehouse in NoMa has stood vacant, but soon it will house 100 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as 60 underground parking spaces. There are plans to build a one-floor addition to the current two-story warehouse. A five-story addition is also planned on an empty lot behind the warehouse.

18. Storey Park

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First Street and L Street
NE Wash, DC 20002

Developer: First Potomac
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 712,000
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will feature 350,000-square-feet of Class A office space and 65,000-square-feet of retail. There will also be 300 residential units and 600 parking spaces.

19. Capitol Point South

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Developer: The JBG Cos.
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 573,839
The Skinny: A 1,200-seat movie theater is planned between North Capitol, M, N, and 1st streets NE. This 30,000-square-foot theater will feature seven screens. This development will also feature 147,135-square-feet of residential, 30,543-square-feet of retail, and over 366,161-square-feet of office. There will be 220 residential units and a below-ground parking with 216 spaces.

20. Central Armature Works

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Developer: Trammell Crow
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans to redevelop a 2.5-acre site with a mixed-use development with apartments, condos, a hotel, and ground-floor retail. There will be a total of 400 residential units. Currently, the site houses Central Armature Works, an electrical apparatus repair, supply, and construction company.

21. 200 K Street NE

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Developer: Toll Brothers
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans for a two-phase project that will construct a 525-unit, 14-story apartment project. There will also be more than 16,000-square-feet of retail.

22. John & Jill Ker Conway Residence

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Developer: McCormack Baron Salazar
Expected Completion Date: 2016
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: A 124-unit multi-family project will be constructed for homeless veterans and those making less than the area median income. The development is called John and Jill Ker Conway Residence, a name which is meant to honor a late WWII veteran and his wife.

23. Hecht Warehouse District

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Developer: Douglas Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
Square Footage: 463,648
The Skinny: This property was constructed in 1937, expanded in 1948, and is currently being redeveloped into a mixed-use retail and residential complex. The warehouse will feature over 338 apartments, over 250,000-square-feet of retail and restaurant space, and over 900 parking spaces. The retail tenants in this development currently include Nike and MOM's Organic Market.

24. 50 Florida Avenue NE

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Developer: B&B Realty Investments
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will feature 182 residential units and roughly 7,500-square-feet of retail. Some of the amenities inside will include a pool, business center, fitness center, and below grade parking with 215 spaces.

25. AVA NoMa

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55 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: AvalonBay
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This 435-unit apartment building will feature studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. It is the second phase to AvalonBay's Avalon First and M community. Some of the amenities will include an indoor/outdoor fitness center, rooftop lounge with a kitchen and swimming pool, a rooftop indoor/outdoor cinema, and 24-hour concierge service.

26. 411 New York Avenue NE

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411 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developers: D.B. Lee Development and Construction and Brook Rose Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This development will transform a warehouse arts studio building into a boutique hotel. The hotel will be modeled after New York's Crosby Street Hotel and The Hudson. Expect it to span 11 stories with 178 rooms, ground-floor retail, and a rooftop lounge with a pool. The number of rooms may be reduced as this project is still in the planning process.

27. Gallaudet Project

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Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC

Developer: The JBG Companies
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Four parcels of land adjacent to Gallaudet University and Union Market will be redeveloped for 1,800 residential units, roughly 135,000-square-feet of retail, and 63,000-square-feet of office space. There will also be a campus promenade, open air retail market, recreational passageways, and visitor's center. The development will occur in four phases with affordable housing designated for those making below 80 percent of the area's median income.

28. 44M

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44 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: Around 250,000
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will offer 235,000-square-feet of Class A office space and 11,052-square-feet of retail and restaurant space. There will also be a direct pedestrian connection to the NoMa Meander.

29. 22M

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22 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Expect 315 luxury apartments and 9,000-square-feet of restaurant and retail space. In the development, Skansa plans on providing amenities like a fitness center, rooftop pool, and open-air courtyard. This site previously housed the Fur Nightclub.

30. 88M

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88 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: Approximately 310,000
The Skinny: This new 12-story project from Skansa will offer Class A office space and 8,365-square-feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space. According to the Tyber Place website, 88M will feature a 6,920-square-foot "state-of-the-art collaboration center" and a 4,100-square-foot rooftop terrace. The development will also feature three levels of below-grade parking.

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1. Uline Arena

1140 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Douglas Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2016
Square Footage: 244,000
The Skinny: The historic Arena building and Ice House building as well as two other commercial buildings will be converted into office and retail space. There are also plans for a four-level parking garage with 168 spaces. The total square footage breaks down with 70,000-square-feet designated for retail and 174,000-square-feet designated for office space. Specialty outdoors retailer REI has confirmed that it will open in the development.

1140 3rd St NE
Washington, DC 20002

2. 300 M Street NE

300 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Architect: Hickok Cole Architects
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 404,000
The Skinny: This residential multi-family development will house a total of 400 units as well as more than 100,000-square-feet of retail. You can also expect 187 off-street parking spaces in a below-grade garage.

300 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

3. Union Place

200 K St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Toll Brothers
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 555,678
The Skinny: Expect a total of 525 residential units in this mixed-use development along with 16,398-square-feet of retail and 240 below-grade parking spaces. The construction will be done in two phases.

200 K St NE
Washington, DC 20002

4. 301 N Street NE

301 N St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Foulger-Pratt Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans to convert a warehouse currently used by Capital Self-Storage into a mixed-use building with an 11-story addition. The project would include 19,000-square-feet of retail, 110 parking spots, and 205 residential units.

301 N St NE
Washington, DC 20002

5. NoMa Meander

Pierce St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: The JBG Cos.
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans for a three-block pedestrian promenade with green areas and water features. The park will stretch from Pierce Street NE to New York Avenue NE, between First and North Capitol streets NE.

Pierce St NE
Washington, DC 20002

6. The Edison

340 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: LCOR
Expected Completion Date: Spring of 2017
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will offer 187 apartments, 28,000-square-feet of ground-floor retail, and an underground parking garage. The former owner of the building, EDENS, will retain control of the retail space. The space is expected to house a small-format grocers, similar to Trader Joe's.

340 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

7. 1309 5th Street NE

1309 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: September 1, 2016
Square Footage: 153,000
The Skinny: On top of Union Market, there will be a 42,000-square-foot Angelika Film Center and 112,000-square-feet of office or residential space. There will be a market and plaza behind the building and a park in front of it. The sign that reads, "Union Market," will also be relocated to the theater level of the building on the 5th Street side.

1309 5th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

8. North Building

1329 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 350,000
The Skinny: The developer plans on replacing a warehouse on this site with a mixed-use building that will have retail, entertainment, and either residential or office. There are few details so far.

1329 5th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

9. The Shapiro Residences

1270 4th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Edens
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will house around 815 to 1,060 apartments across two 11-story buildings. There are also plans for 40,000-square-feet of retail and 400 to 550 parking spaces. The building will be formally certified by LEED.

1270 4th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

10. The Highline

320 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Level 2 Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2018
Square Footage: 227,089
The Skinny: Expect 313 apartments, 9,880-square-feet of retail, and 143 parking spaces. 13 residential units will be designated as affordable housing and will be located off-site. On the western portion of the site, there will also be a multi-tiered park. This mixed-use development was inspired by New York's meatpacking district and elevated park known as the High Line. The site currently houses a Burger King. The developer will also make a $1.4 million contribution to Habitat for Humanity.

320 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

11. 301 Florida Avenue NE

301 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developers: Ditto Residential and Zusin Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 71,000
The Skinny: This eight-story project will feature ground-floor retail topped by 56 apartments. The site currently houses a liquor store and Penske truck depot. Construction is expected to begin late 2016.

301 Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

12. First St NE & N St NE

First St NE & N St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: The JBG Companies
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: On this site, there is currently a seven-story office building, a two-story office building, and multiple surface parking lots. These will be razed in order to build 147,135-square-feet of residential, 366,161-square-feet of office, 30,543-square-feet of retail, and a 30,000-square-foot movie theater with 1,200 seats. There will be a total of 220 residential units. A separate four-level below-grade parking garage will also be built with 216 spaces.

First St NE & N St NE
Washington, DC 20002

13. M St NE & 1st Pl NE

M St NW & 1st Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001

Developer: Winn Development Company
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: On a 6.7-acre site bounded by M, First, and L streets NW, the Sursum Corda non-profit housing cooperative will be razed to build a massive, multi-phase development. This development will include five six- to 11-story buildings with 1,279,845-square-feet of residential, 848 parking spaces, and a brand new Capital BikeShare station. There will be a total of 1,142 residential units, 199 of which will be designated for affordable housing.

M St NW & 1st Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001

14. L Street Underpass

First St NE & L St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Designer: Future Cities Lab
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
The Skinny: An LED light installation, called "Lightweave," will be constructed in the L Street Underpass in late 2015. These LED lights will be responsive to any nearby sounds that exceed 50 decibels, such as passing trains, cars, or pedestrians.

First St NE & L St NE
Washington, DC 20002

15. M Street Underpass

First St NE & M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Designers: NIO and Thurlow Small Architecture
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
The Skinny: In the M Street Underpass, an LED light installation, called "Rain," will be constructed. These lights will respond to the movement of cars, creating the illusion of a rainstorm.

First St NE & M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

16. Camden NoMa

61 Pierce St. NE washington dc

Developer: Camden Property Trust
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 682,000
The Skinny: The two-phase apartment complex, Camden NoMa, will feature two towers, one spanning 307,000-square-feet with 321 apartments and the other spanning 375,000-square-feet with 405 apartments. The second phase, which began February of 2015, will include below-grade parking.

17. 57 N Street NW

57 N St. NW washington dc

Developer: John Sunter
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Since 2010, a historic warehouse in NoMa has stood vacant, but soon it will house 100 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as 60 underground parking spaces. There are plans to build a one-floor addition to the current two-story warehouse. A five-story addition is also planned on an empty lot behind the warehouse.

18. Storey Park

First Street and L Street, NE Wash, DC 20002

Developer: First Potomac
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: 712,000
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will feature 350,000-square-feet of Class A office space and 65,000-square-feet of retail. There will also be 300 residential units and 600 parking spaces.

First Street and L Street
NE Wash, DC 20002

19. Capitol Point South

North Capitol st ne and M st ne washington dc

Developer: The JBG Cos.
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: 573,839
The Skinny: A 1,200-seat movie theater is planned between North Capitol, M, N, and 1st streets NE. This 30,000-square-foot theater will feature seven screens. This development will also feature 147,135-square-feet of residential, 30,543-square-feet of retail, and over 366,161-square-feet of office. There will be 220 residential units and a below-ground parking with 216 spaces.

20. Central Armature Works

1200 3rd Street NE washington dc

Developer: Trammell Crow
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans to redevelop a 2.5-acre site with a mixed-use development with apartments, condos, a hotel, and ground-floor retail. There will be a total of 400 residential units. Currently, the site houses Central Armature Works, an electrical apparatus repair, supply, and construction company.

21. 200 K Street NE

200 K St. NE washington dc

Developer: Toll Brothers
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: There are plans for a two-phase project that will construct a 525-unit, 14-story apartment project. There will also be more than 16,000-square-feet of retail.

22. John & Jill Ker Conway Residence

1005 n. capitol street ne washington dc

Developer: McCormack Baron Salazar
Expected Completion Date: 2016
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: A 124-unit multi-family project will be constructed for homeless veterans and those making less than the area median income. The development is called John and Jill Ker Conway Residence, a name which is meant to honor a late WWII veteran and his wife.

23. Hecht Warehouse District

1401 New York Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Douglas Development
Expected Completion Date: Late 2015
Square Footage: 463,648
The Skinny: This property was constructed in 1937, expanded in 1948, and is currently being redeveloped into a mixed-use retail and residential complex. The warehouse will feature over 338 apartments, over 250,000-square-feet of retail and restaurant space, and over 900 parking spaces. The retail tenants in this development currently include Nike and MOM's Organic Market.

24. 50 Florida Avenue NE

50 Florida Avenue NE washington dc

Developer: B&B Realty Investments
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will feature 182 residential units and roughly 7,500-square-feet of retail. Some of the amenities inside will include a pool, business center, fitness center, and below grade parking with 215 spaces.

25. AVA NoMa

55 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: AvalonBay
Expected Completion Date: 2017
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This 435-unit apartment building will feature studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. It is the second phase to AvalonBay's Avalon First and M community. Some of the amenities will include an indoor/outdoor fitness center, rooftop lounge with a kitchen and swimming pool, a rooftop indoor/outdoor cinema, and 24-hour concierge service.

55 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

26. 411 New York Avenue NE

411 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developers: D.B. Lee Development and Construction and Brook Rose Development
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: This development will transform a warehouse arts studio building into a boutique hotel. The hotel will be modeled after New York's Crosby Street Hotel and The Hudson. Expect it to span 11 stories with 178 rooms, ground-floor retail, and a rooftop lounge with a pool. The number of rooms may be reduced as this project is still in the planning process.

411 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

27. Gallaudet Project

Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC

Developer: The JBG Companies
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Four parcels of land adjacent to Gallaudet University and Union Market will be redeveloped for 1,800 residential units, roughly 135,000-square-feet of retail, and 63,000-square-feet of office space. There will also be a campus promenade, open air retail market, recreational passageways, and visitor's center. The development will occur in four phases with affordable housing designated for those making below 80 percent of the area's median income.

Florida Ave NE
Washington, DC

28. 44M

44 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: Around 250,000
The Skinny: This mixed-use development will offer 235,000-square-feet of Class A office space and 11,052-square-feet of retail and restaurant space. There will also be a direct pedestrian connection to the NoMa Meander.

44 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

29. 22M

22 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: N/A
The Skinny: Expect 315 luxury apartments and 9,000-square-feet of restaurant and retail space. In the development, Skansa plans on providing amenities like a fitness center, rooftop pool, and open-air courtyard. This site previously housed the Fur Nightclub.

22 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002

30. 88M

88 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Developer: Skanksa
Expected Completion Date: N/A
Square Footage: Approximately 310,000
The Skinny: This new 12-story project from Skansa will offer Class A office space and 8,365-square-feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space. According to the Tyber Place website, 88M will feature a 6,920-square-foot "state-of-the-art collaboration center" and a 4,100-square-foot rooftop terrace. The development will also feature three levels of below-grade parking.

88 M St NE
Washington, DC 20002