NoMa at a Glance
NoMa Washington D.C, short for north of Massachusetts Avenue is an emerging neighborhood gaining popularity for its innovation and trendy murals. NoMa was once an industrial region that was mostly vacant, but it is now one of the hippest area in Washington D.C with a population around 7,400. It was also the first city in Washington D.C to offer free outdoor wifi. Close to Union Station, the second busiest Amtrak hub in the United State, NoMa is a prime location for small businesses who need to travel for work or home outside of D.C. Businesses looking to grow should consider looking for office for lease in NoMa because of its demographic. NoMa continues to attract a younger, highly educated workforce. According to the NoMa Business Improvement District website, 94 percent of NoMa residents have a college degree and 84 percent are full-time workers. It’s no wonder the hip neighborhood is home to 54,000 employees. Businesses like National Public Radio, Google, REI, CNN and The Department of Justice are all tenants of NoMA. NoMa has many LEED-certified office spaces at an attractive price leased by associations, think-tanks, media companies.
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