Short for “North of Massachusetts Avenue,” the newly developed NoMa neighborhood in Washington, DC has quickly become the neighborhood of choice for young professionals who want to be near all the action. With a location just four blocks from Capitol Hill, adjacent to the hot H Street NE corridor, and directly to the east of Union Station, NoMa has been reborn into a lively mix of office, residential, hotel and retail space in a once-forgotten neighborhood. Young professionals aren’t the only ones eager to call NoMa home either: NPR, CNN, and Sirius XM are all located here, as is the historic Gallaudet University and the Government Printing Office. Unique to the neighborhood is its access to 13 modes of transportation, making it easy to get where you need to go. No car? No problem: NoMa is on the Metro and Metropolitan Branch Trail, and Capital Bikeshares are easily available. Prefer to walk? Perfect – stores, shops, restaurants, and bars line the streets. In fact, if you live here, anything you need is close by. Visit, and see for yourself!