Apartments for rent in NoMA are located in the heart of Washington D.C., just a few blocks away from the buzzing, global political arena comprised of government offices and embassies. This vivacious atmosphere comes with an air of intellectualism that you will surely find invigorating, and will also benefit your children as they grow.
While the urban environment that surrounds the NoMA apartments for rent is characterized by its busy city streets and tall buildings, there are still a plethora of parks and various natural retreats where you can go to unwind after work or on weekends. At the Gorla DC Community Garden, you can work with your neighbors to cultivate plants that will add life and color to the community. If you're idea of a good time is engaging in some friendly competition, then you may want to dust off the racket and play a couple matches on one of the courts at the nearby New York Avenue/Dunbar Recreation Center. For those who have children, there's no better spot to let them get some exercise and play with their new friends than the Bundy Playground on O Street.
The apartments in NoMa are close to several great educational institutions that provide a grade-A education. The Miner Elementary School on 115th Street is staffed with highly-trained education specialists that will make your children's experience in the classroom their number one priority. If you want your little ones to enroll in a private school, they have the option of going to Center City PCS on West Virginia Avenue, or the Friendship Blow-Pierce Elementary & Middle PCS. Children who are more inclined to take on a trade may want to attend the local New Beginnings Vocational School on West Virginia Avenue.
There's no better way to explore the nation's capital then by pedal power. This fast and efficient mode of transportation will allow you to experience the living history that is your hometown, first hand. For all of your bicycle needs, you can head to the Bike Rack or Capitol Hill Bikes. If you need to get somewhere in a hurry, or perhaps need to venture to one of D.C.'s surrounding neighborhoods, then you can utilize the metro system. The Rhode Island Metro station is only a short jaunt away from the NoMA apartments.
Food and Drink
There are a multiplicity of food and drink establishments in your city that you can wine and dine at. For a cafeteria style environment that serves delicious comfort food, you can stop into Hill Country on 7th Street Northwest. For a more refined environment, there's Jaleo on 7th Street as well as Rasika on D Street.
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