News Archive

Curbed DC: 12 D.C. area parks either planned or under renovation

July 25, 2017

Already, people who love green spaces should be able to fall in love with the nation’s capital. There are so many parks and public areas to choose from, from Meridian Hill Park to Rock Creek Park. In the coming years, residents and tourists alike will be able to find even more parks along with heavily refurbished ones. Read more.

Visit DC: 9 Things to See & Do in NoMa

July 16, 2017

This rising neighborhood just north of the U.S. Capitol takes its name from its location – north of Massachusetts Avenue NE. Slurp oysters and buy spices at hip gourmet destination Union Market, rent a bike and hop on the Metro Branch Trail or explore new businesses opening in old warehouses. Read more.

Neighborhoods: DC’s Bustling NoMa Getting New ‘Micropark’ This Fall

May 11, 2017

The dense Washington D.C. neighborhood of NoMa is getting a much-needed respite from the bustle in the form of a new 8,000-square-foot “micropark.” Greater Greater Washington reports the park should be open by the end of October or early November. Read more.


Curbed DC: New NoMa park gets final design

May 05, 2017

Next to the Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) and north of the New York Avenue bridge, there is a vacant, green space, known as NoMa Green. Recently, new plans were finalized for the area to eventually become a space for children with a playground as well as a space for dog owners with a dog park. Read more.

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.