There are two new parks popping up in the city.
Developer JBG built a funky community space, a pop-up park at N Street NE, adjacent to the Hyatt Place hotel, reports the NoMa BID. Read more.
Up until a few years ago, no one lived in the Washington, D.C., neighborhood that’s now called NoMa. Hell, up until a few years ago, the office mid-rises and mixed residential buildings that dominate the area north of Union Station simply weren’t there. But now people live there, and those people want parks. Read more.
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