The first of NoMa's four grimy underpasses will get a moving light display.
Posts Tagged ‘NoMa’
From zero residences to 3,057
One of the last unspoken-for parcels in NoMa is now spoken for.
Can inventive designs unite a neighborhood cut in half by train tracks?
More red buses are coming! (Eventually, and at some significant costs per rider.)
The District currently has 49 commercial movie-theater screens, not counting the IMAX theater at the Smithsonian (or the myriad screening rooms at culture institutions). In the next few years, we're set to get an additional 40 screens. The arrival of Landmark cinemas in NoMa and on V Street NW, an Angelika theater at Union Market, [...]
Landmark Theatres is planning to open a 10-screen movie theater in NoMa, with an anticipated opening in fall 2016.
The cinema will be part of the Capitol Point development by the Chevy Chase, Md.-based JBG Companies, which is located at the corner of New York Avenue and N Street NE and will also include a 200-room [...]
Earlier today, I reported that the D.C. Housing Authority was looking to redevelop its obsolete NoMa headquarters. Now I've obtained the developer solicitation released today by the Housing Authority, so I can provide more details.
The request for qualifications seeks responses from developers by Sept. 19. It calls for a mixed-use development on the site at [...]
The D.C. Housing Authority is seeking developers interested in turning its headquarters on North Capitol Street into a mixed-use development with commercial, retail, and residential uses.
The Housing Authority issued a request for qualifications today from "experienced developers with the capacity and broad experience in mixed-use development that includes commercial (including government facilities with public intake), [...]
When city officials began planning the neighborhood that’s now NoMa in the 1990s, their goal was simple: turn a wasteland into a productive area. Planners never gave much thought to making it a proper neighborhood, instead conceiving of it as more of an office park that would take advantage of the proximity to Union Station [...]