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NoMa-Union Station is among Washington, DC’s most connected neighborhoods.

An active mixed-use community, NoMa resides between Union Station, the US Capitol, Shaw, H Street, and Bloomingdale. It is one of DC’s fastest growing neighborhoods with more than 100,000 pedestrians, 54,000 office workers, and 44,000 residents. Potential HQ2 office space includes Union Market, a former warehouse district that honors its historic culinary origins with Michelin-star restaurants, music, retail, hotel, office, and residential uses. The NoMa-Union Station area presents an unparalleled opportunity to create an interconnected, transit-oriented, and sustainably rich campus for Amazon HQ2.

 
 
 
 

Campus

12.6M SQ FT

Phase 1 (2019) 1.97M SF
(1) Tyber Place 532,000
(2) Uline Arena 127,000
(3) 1150 First Street 355,000
(4) Washington Gateway 577,000
(5) Lacebark Alley 385,000
Phase 2 (2021) 6.46M SF
(6) Press House at Union District 31,000
(5) Lacebark Alley 750,000
(7) O Street Lots 2,000,000
(8) NoMa Station 1,550,000
(9) 901 North Capitol 271,000
(10) Union Square 372,000
(11) 15 and 25 K Street 500,000
(12) Union Market 1271 5th 99,000
(12) Union Market Penn & 5th 175,000
(13) Market Terminal Phase I 218,000
(14) Union Market Building 1 240,000
(14) Union Market Building 2 253,000
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Phase 3 (2024) 1.67M SF
(15) JBG/Gallaudet 170,000
(15) JBG/Gallaudet 601,000
(15) JBG/Gallaudet 564,000
(13) Market Terminal Phase II 212,000
(13) Market Terminal Phase III 121,000
 
Phase 4 (2027) 2.5M SF
(16) Burnham Place 2,500,000
 

 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 1

tyber place

Owner: Skanska
Address: 44-88 M Street, NE
Description: Planned development with building permits. The buildings will be adjacent to a midblock pedestrian corridor which could be named “Amazon Alley.”
Square Feet: 532,000
Completion: 2019
Current Zoning: D-5: high-density development of commercial and mixed uses
Zoning Needs: No entitlement required
Historic Preservation: None
Utility Infrastructure: Full service utilities. Complete cell coverage and fiber access available a half block away.

 
 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 1

uline arena

Owner: Douglas Development
Address: 1140 3rd Street, NE
Description: Existing office building, with tenants. 127,000 SF available today
Square Feet: 127,000
Completion: 2019
Current Zoning: PDR-1 & PDR-3
Zoning Needs: No entitlement required
Historic Preservation: None
Utility Infrastructure: Full service utilities. Complete cell coverage and fiber access available a half block away.

 
 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 1

1150 first street 

Owner: Tishman Speyer
Address: 1150 First Street, NE
Description: Planned development, current vacant lot
Square Feet: 355,000
Completion: 2019
Current Zoning: D-5: high-density development of commercial and mixed uses
Zoning Needs: No entitlement required
Historic Preservation: None
Utility Infrastructure: Full service utilities available at curb. Complete cell coverage and fiber access on First Street.

 
 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 1

washington gateway  

Owner: MRP Realty
Address: 100 Florida Avenue, NE
Description: Planned 2-building development, current vacant lot
Square Feet: 577,000
Completion: 2019
Current Zoning: MU-9: high-density mixed-use development including office, retail, and housing
Zoning Needs: Entitlement complete
Historic Preservation: None
Utility Infrastructure: Full service basic utilities. Complete cell coverage (cell tower on 100 Florida Avenue) and fiber access on the east side of the site.

 
 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 1

lacebark alley 

Owner: JBG Smith
Address: 1250 First Street, NE and 50 Patterson Street, NE
Description: Planned 2-building development, current vacant lot
Square Feet: 385,000
Completion: 2019
Current Zoning: D-5: high-density development of commercial and mixed uses
Zoning Needs: No entitlement required
Historic Preservation: None
Utility Infrastructure: Full service utilities available at curb. Complete cell coverage and fiber access from First Street.

 
 
 
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NoMa-Union Station | HQ2 Phase 2 & 3

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Owner: Various (10 owners)
Address: Various (NoMa-Union Station Area)
Description: Various planned developments
Square Feet: 8,129,000
Completion: 2020-2024
Current Zoning: Various
Zoning Needs: Various, entitlements either complete, not required, or already underway
Historic Preservation: None, except for one former warehouse
Utility Infrastructure: All infrastructure in place. Complete cell coverage provided and fiber access available.

 
 
 
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NoMa- Union Station | HQ2 Phase 4

Burnham PLace 

Owner: Akridge
Address: Air rights above Union Station rail yards
Description: Multiphase, multi-building project on 14 acres of land. Creates several totally new city blocks.
Square Feet: 2,500,000
Completion: 2027
Current Zoning: Union Station North (USN), high and medium high density mixed-use
Zoning Needs: No zoning changes needed
Historic Preservation: State Historic Preservation Officer and the Commission of Fine Arts will review designs below H Street and DC Zoning Commission will review all.
Utility Infrastructure: All utilities will be pulled into the site during construction. Site also has access to the fiber that runs along the rail bed and will have high volume cell phone coverage.

 
 

Situated in the center of the city, Amazon’s NoMa-Union Station campus boasts easy access to highways and rail, with robust fiber connectivity already in place.

 
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Special Features

 
 
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Gallaudet innovation

Adjacent to the NoMa campus, Gallaudet’s DeafSpace Institute offers access to user-focused research center. 

 
 
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Union Station iconic train shed

A state-of-the-art addition to DC’s historic Union Station gives Amazon employees direct access to regional and national railways, and will be the crowning jewel of the campus. 

 

 

Housing & Retail

 
 
 

Growing foodie haven

REI, Wunder Garten, Harris Teeter, Indigo, CycleBar, District Rico, Wicked Bloom, Qualia, Unleashed by Petco, La Colombe, CVS, Masseria, Union Market, The Pub & The People, Bidwell, Whole Foods, Cotton & Reed

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6,398

APARTMENTS

622

HOTEL ROOMS

2.1M

SF UNDER CONSTRUCTION

592,000

SF OF RETAIL

200+

RETAILERS

GROCERY STORES

 
 
 
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Mixed-use neighborhood

 

 
 
 

30%

RISE IN INCOME FOR
NOMA RESIDENTS

100+

FREE EVENTS EACH YEAR

100,000

AVERAGE WEEKDAY PEDESTRIANS

900

FEET OF ART ALONG THE MBT

13,000+

ATTENDEES AT SUMMER
OUTDOOR SCREENINGS

30

BLOCKS OF PUBLIC WIFI

1,000

CYCLISTS & PEDESTRIANS PER DAY ON THE METROPOLITAN BRANCH TRAIL

27

LEED BUILDINGS, INCLUDING 17 PLATINUM & GOLD

 
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Transportation & Connectivity

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Retail & Housing

  • NoMa is a retail, restaurant, and entertainment hub. NoMa offers 592,000 SF of shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, and a flagship REI. In the next few years, another 129,000 SF of retail will come to NoMa, bringing ample bar and restaurant spaces.
     
  • NoMa is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in DC. NoMa has more than 18 million square feet of office, hotel, retail, and residential space. It has tripled in size in the last decade, and today, is home to over 6,000 new and under construction apartments
 
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Population

  • 100,000 Pedestrians
  • 54,000 Office Workers
  • 44,000 Residents

Tenants of Note

  • Google

  • NPR

  • CNN

  • Mathematica

  • Sirius XM

  • NeighborWorks America

  • National League of Cities

  • Save the Children

Transportation Access

  • Minutes from I-395
  • Two Red Line Metrorail Stations
  • 3 Hours to NYC from Union Station

  • 11 Bus Lines
  • 10 Capital Bikeshare Stations

  • First Protected Cycle Track in DC

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NoMa - Union Station 

Neighborhood

 
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86%

NOMA BID RESIDENTS GET TO
WORK WITHOUT A CAR

100+

NOMA AND UNION MARKET SPONSORED EVENTS IN 2017

592k

RETAIL SQUARE FOOTAGE IN
NOMA TODAY

 

44,000

RESIDENTS LIVE WITHIN TWO SQARE MILES OF FIRST & K STREETS NE

54,000

OFFICE WORKERS

27

LEED-CERTIFIED BUILDINGS INCLUDING 4 PLATINUM,
13 GOLD, 7 SILVER

 

13.1M

OFFICE SQUARE FOOTAGE