Furnished Apartments in NoMa

NoMa Serviced Apartments

Demand has been rising steadily for furnished apartments in NoMa, Washington DC owing to its status as a major hub for transportation and chic residential zones. The locality encompasses the iconic Union Market which offers the best of Washington DC’s gourmet circuit and houses Gallaudet University, the first college in the country for deaf and hard of hearing students along with the National Public Radio. That’s not all; NoMa is also home to numerous creative entities in the industrial zone which surrounds the market. It is one of the most popular and coveted neighbourhoods in the city. 

Our Top Furnished Apartments in NoMa include:

Each one of our furnished apartments in NoMa comes with the best facilities for travellers including free Wi-Fi, comfortable beds, fully equipped kitchens and a lot more. Our apartments ensure memorable stays in NoMa for guests.

Where to Stay in NoMa 

Travellers usually prefer booking serviced apartments in NoMa when they visit Washington DC, owing to the neighbourhood’s rapid development. NoMa is dotted with office towers, apartments and multiple attractions. It is near Capitol Hill and the locality is a unique mixture of classic single-family row houses and apartment buildings. Key areas worth staying include N Street NE, H Street NE and I Street NE among others.

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Facts About NoMa

NoMa refers to North of Massachusetts Avenue and is an acronym for the area lying between east and north of the Union Station in Washington, DC. NoMa covers the localities of Sursum Corda, Near Northeast and Eckington along with the famous Swampoodle section. The southernmost point of the area is just four blocks away from Capitol Hill.

Here are some more interesting facts about NoMa:

  • The New York Ave-Florida Ave metro first opened in 2004 and is now called the NoMa Gallaudet U Station. 
  • The area has the Red Line of the Washington Metro, Metrobus and intercity bus lines and bicycle lanes and Capital Bikeshare stations. 
  • Other transportation options include cars, taxis, Metropolitan Branch Trail and more. 
  • NoMa alone has 18 schools right from pre-K to university level. 
  • Historic structures include the Woodward & Lothrop Service Warehouse, St. Aloysius Church, Gonzaga College High School and Government Printing Office Building among many others. 
  • NoMa is only two miles eastwards from the White House. 
  • Union Station is the famous transportation hub linking NoMa to all other parts of the city. 

Weather in NoMa

NoMa usually witnesses warm and humid summers along with extremely cold winters. The weather remains cloudy throughout the year as well. Temperatures usually vary between 29 and 88 degrees Fahrenheit while rarely going below 17 degrees Fahrenheit or exceeding 96 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit NoMa is the month of June or between mid-August and early October. This is the best time to enjoy pleasant weather and a plethora of outdoor activities and attractions.