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Foulger-Pratt: Eckington Park wins Best Community Impact in WBJ’s Best Real Estate Deals 2016

May 01, 2017

As D.C.’s NoMa has turned from industrial to mixed-use over the last decade, plenty of multifamily units, countless granite countertops and an REI store in a former arena have been built. Read more. 

McEnearney Assoc.: NoMa Gets an Underpass Makeover

October 08, 2016

M Street is getting a new look—well, at least, their underpass is! Crews are steadily working to create four separate underpass parks in the NoMa area. Read more.

APA: NoMa Parks Walking Tours

July 12, 2016

This tour of the NoMa neighborhood explored its growth to date and the exciting parks program currently under way. Attendees learned all the details on the origins and growth of this new and vibrant, transit-oriented neighborhood. Read more.

DCist: Photos: The NoMa Underpass Finalists

October 15, 2014

Behold: The ideas ten finalists have to transform four underpasses that connect the NoMa neighborhood.


The designs for underpasses on K Street, L Street, M Street and Florida Avenue NE all incorporate light in some way, whether it’s through projected images, an LED tree or a rain canopy.

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Washington Post: D.C.’s NoMa rail project finalist designs revealed

October 15, 2014

Unusually bucolic in comparison to other major cities, Washington has many neighborhoods that border parks or rivers. NoMa, the emerging mixed-use district whose name stands for “north of Massachusetts Avenue,” is a little different. The area’s principal tributary is the track bed that curves north from Union Station, carrying Amtrak, MARC and Metro trains.


Within NoMa are four streets that pass under the rail lines between First and Third streets NE: Florida Avenue and K, L and M streets. On the west side are mostly new residential and office buildings, including NPR’s headquarters; the east side is more residential, but is home to Gallaudet University and the rapidly redeveloping Union Market area.

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