Get Connected North of Massachusetts Avenue

Spurred on by the development of the NoMa-Gallaudet U Station in 2004, NoMa is currently the fastest growing, up and coming neighborhood in Washington. In addition to the ever-growing list of shops, restaurants, and apartments for rent, some major institutions such as NPR, CNN and Sirius XM call this community home. Served by 13 different modes of transportation including car services, busses and railways, it is a breeze to attend some of the 120+ free events that NoMa BID puts on each year. A bike-friendly attitude is apparent through bike-share programs, secure bike stations, riding trails and free tire pumps throughout town.

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