Just beyond your door awaits NoMA, Washington D.C.’s most connected neighborhood. RESA, located on a peaceful one-way street, spills out onto the NoMa Meander, a vibrant and welcoming four block pedestrian walkway. Featuring retail, curated events and a shared green space, the NoMa Meander is meant to bring together the community and cultivate new friendships.
Wander our streets and you’ll quickly discover why so many people are proud to call this accessible neighborhood home.
Not only a residential haven, NoMA is a culinary goldmine as well. Within NoMA you’ll find over 7,000 square feet of retailers and restaurants helmed by some of the city’s most celebrated chefs. With proximity to Union Market and a handful of beloved fast-casual restaurants, you’ll never want for any ingredient or flavor.
For the fitness-minded, REI is within walking distance and ready to outfit your next adventure. And a number of grocery stores — including Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Harris Teeter — are there to support your culinary needs to create your own culinary masterpiece.
NoMa is a fiercely communal part of town. Residents frequently gather at public parks (with more on the way) or the neighborhood watering hole to build memories and shared experiences. Ask them for tips on how to access the hidden art gallery, located just a few blocks away.
With a Walk Score of 96, NoMa is one of the most convenient and accessible neighborhoods in D.C. Mere steps of the Metro, RESA is the ideal home base for everyday living. Ample parking and bikers galore mean there are multiple ways to quickly get where you’re going.