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NoMa BID Offices Closed
NoMa BID Offices Closed
NoMa Offices Closed
NoMa Survey at 810 First Street, NE
WPA Select Exhibition Opens
The Bistro, Bar at Marriott Hotel

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Bisnow: NoMa Event January 30
On Wednesday, January 30, Bisnow will hold an all-star panel discussion and networking event at 77 K Street, NE, on the Future of NoMa, exploring the recent explosion of growth here and the exciting projects in the pipeline. Speakers include: Robert Cohen, President of Perseus Realty; Sam Simone, Managing Director of Mill Creek Residential Trust; Doug Firstenberg, Principal of StonebridgeCarras; Tom Finan, Managing Director of Trammell Crow Company; Rob Ward, EVP of Skanksa; and Robin-Eve Jasper, President of the NoMa BID. The event is hosted by Brookfield Office Properties at 77 K Street, NE; don't miss the stunning views of NoMa from the ninth floor! Click here for more information or to register.
Washington Project for the Arts Brings Gala to NoMa
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) annual benefit Art Auction featuring work by prominent and emerging artists is coming to the People’s Building at 64 New York Avenue, NE. The event showcases more than 100 artists in a month-long exhibition and brings together over 500 patrons with artists for a vibrant gala evening and auction. The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 16 from 6-8 p.m. with a reception for all of the artists and wine and appetizers from Peacock Café. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibition will remain on view from 12 a.m. - 6 p.m. every Wednesday through Saturday from February 20 through March 15. For more information, to purchase an individual ticket, or to become a sponsor, please click here. In the meantime, check out their AMA show (The Ripple Effect) that is currently on view from now until January 13.
Survey Thank You
Thank you to everyone who has participated in our surveys! We have collected over 700 responses from NoMa residents and employees, and are still collecting more surveys to get the best picture of what you’re looking for in NoMa – dining, shopping, playing and more. NoMa BID staff will be at 810 First Street, NE, Tuesday, January 8, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. collecting survey results via paper copies and laptops. Complete the survey to receive NoMa branded giveaways, and a chance to win several prize drawings.
Can’t be there? Take the survey now. 
The results of the survey are for informational purposes only and will not be used in any sales capacity. Please allow 3-5 minutes to complete the brief survey.
PRIZES include: one $25 gift certificate to Starbucks, one $25 gift certificate to Tynan Coffee & Tea, and one $50 gift certificate to Harris Teeter. To be eligible for the PRIZE DRAWING, please provide an email address in the survey. Find more information here.
Get Your Holiday Meat Delivered

This holiday season, Groff’s Content Farm will be delivering their meats to a location near you. Groff’s Content Farm sold their pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork, goat, eggs, broiler chickens, turkeys, and duck at the NoMa Farmers Market and throughout the city. Please email Julie Bolton at to preorder, or consult the below schedule for information on where they will be selling their meats.
·      Dec. 22: 9704 Lawndale Drive, Silver Spring, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
·      Dec. 22: Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market (1700 Lamont St.  Washington, DC), 9a.m.-1 p.m.    
·      Dec. 22: Brookland (1210 Kearny St, NE, Washington, DC), 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.    
·      Dec. 24: Eastern Market, starting at 9 a.m.
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Bike Riders, We Want Your Input

The Washington Area Bike Association (WABA) and NoMa BID are teaming up to install bike racks throughout NoMa. Two bike racks have already been installed at the corner of Fourth Street and Florida Avenue for use by Gallaudet students, faculty, and neighbors, and three more were installed at 1100 First Street, NE.  Please contact Thomas Taylor, NoMa BID Director of Operations at (202) 289-0111 with recommendations of where you want to install a new bike rack, or tweet suggestions to @NoMaBID
K Street Water Construction Project


As part of its Capital Improvement Program, DC Water is reconstructing a 36-inch steel water main on K Street, from First Street, NW, to Second Street, NE. The repairs to the 100 year-old pipe beneath the street include the rehabilitation of approximately 1,200 feet of steel water mains, and installation of valves and corrosion control measures. This project will begin this month, and will result in improved water quality, increased water pressure, and improved flows throughout the system. Water service is expected to continue without disruption throughout the 10-month construction period. However, if a temporary water service shut-off is necessary, residents will be given 48 hours notice. For more information about this project, please contact DC Water Project Manager Diem-Chau Du at (202) 787-7606 or, and follow @NoMaBID for updates.


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