Welcome to NoMa

The neighborhood of NoMa, which is a shortened nickname for 'North of Massachusetts Avenue,' is a developing neighborhood with rich historical value. It has got plenty of dining establishments and historical sites and landmarks to visit and enjoy. Find out more about this DC neighborhood here.


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About the neighborhood

NoMa is an area in the District that spans through Sursum Corda, Eckington, and the former Swampoodle. Strategically located near the Union Station, people living here and nearby, and even visitors, get to enjoy shopping and dining at the Union Market. 

Must Visit Spots in Town!

Union Market - Center of NoMa's pride in gourmet, culinary prowess.

HIstorical sites - which would include Woodward & Lothrop Service Warehouse, Uline Arena, St. Aloysius Church, Gonzaga Government Printing Office another and state-owned institutions.

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10,000+ 

Population


20002

Zip Code

Ward 6

Location

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