NOMA / Eckington
NOMA / Eckington

NOMA/Eckington Homes for Sale

335 H ST NE
$2,345,000 | Beds | 0 Baths
335 H ST NE
$2,195,000 | Beds | 0 Baths
215 I ST NE #401
$1,500,000 | 2 Beds | 2.5 Baths
142 R ST NE
$1,400,000 | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths
211 F ST NE
$1,390,000 | 4 Beds | 3 Baths
319 I ST NE
$1,049,900 | 3 Beds | 4/2 Baths
40 N ST NE #PH3
$1,039,900 | 2 Beds | 2 Baths
321 I ST NE
$998,000 | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths

Sold Listings

618 3RD ST NE
$2,050,000 | 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths
215 F ST NE
$1,500,000 | 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths

NOMA/Eckington Real Estate

Homes for sale in Washington DC's NOMA/Eckington Neighborhood

Guide to NOMA / Eckington

Trilogy Apartments in Washington DC's NOMA/Eckigton Neighborhood
NOMA/Eckington Neighborhood in Washington, DC.
Street Art in NOMA/Eckington's 1st Street Corridor
Roti Mediterranean Grill and Tynan Coffee & Tea in NOMA/Eckington

Eckington & NoMa have a very intriguing history. Many visitors are pulled to the area when they learn that it is where The Beatles gave their first American performance, but there is much more going on here than just historical significance. Due to its recent popularity and dedicated residents, many new developments and projects have begun to pop up in the area. There is a great future ahead for this large and open area that, at the moment, is composed of unique eateries and affordable housing. Those who visit and live in the area are sure to find many hidden gems.  

A Central Location

Located in the west of the northeastern quadrant of the city, NoMa and Eckington are bound by Massachusetts Ave to the south, 1st Street and North Capitol Street to the west, Rhode Island Ave to the north and 4th Street and the Metropolitan Branch Trail to the east.

Getting Around is No Sweat

This area is serviced by the NoMa-Gallaudet U metro station, with the Rhode Island Avenue-Brentwood Station close by to the northeast of Eckington. Several bus lines also run through the neighborhood and Capital Bikeshare stations are scattered throughout. In addition, the Metropolitan Branch Trail runs from Union Station to Silver Spring, Maryland. For getting around within the neighborhood, the many sidewalks make for a very pedestrian-friendly area.

Cheaper than the Next-Door Neighbors

Housing in Eckington is quite similar to the nearby Bloomingdale, although comparatively more affordable.  While there are a few condominiums in the neighborhood, what comes to mind when one thinks of this area are rows of townhomes, which are mostly rentals.  The price, location, and proximity to local transportation make NOMA a great choice for commuters.

Old Meets New

Eckington is one of the oldest neighborhoods in DC, getting its name from the summer estate of Joseph Gales Jr., newspaper editor and mayor of Washington during the 1820s. Gales named his estate after the village in England where he was born, and it served as a hospital during the Civil War. Afterwards, it became a popular picnic ground for locals.

The area saw more industrial development in the 20th century, with the construction of Union Station and the converging railroad tracks. NoMa is a relatively new development, its name being coined around the 1990s. An abbreviation for North of Massachusetts Avenue, NoMa has taken on its own personality, becoming a sort of brand for the area.

Big Name Retail and Select Local Favorites

Union Station in NoMa is perhaps the area’s biggest commercial center. Boasting a series of seemingly endless stores and restaurants, shoppers can find Ann Taylor, The Body Shop, H&M, Starbucks and Jamba Juice among other big chains here. However, there are some alternatives for people who are looking to try something new. Roti’s Mediterranean Grill, described as a Mediterranean Chipotle, gets rave reviews for its cous cous, hummus and pita pockets. With quick service, it is a convenient stop for lunch on the run.

The area also has a few cafes that locals love. Located on 1st Street, Uptown Café is known for its huge selection of fresh food and drinks. Prices are moderate and the lines are never long, with some favorite menu choices being the turkey avocado sandwich and refreshing mint latte. Also nearby is Café Phillips, which serves a huge selection of fresh meats carved right in front of you with a range of cheeses and toppings. The two golden gems of the area are Indigo, an Indian take out restaurant with a soothing, twinkle-lit patio area and Ebenezer coffee shop, which offers a cozy environment for people watching and latte sipping. 

A trip to NOMA would not be complete without a quick walk over to Union Market, one of DCs most unique eateries, which offers cafeteria style seating with boutique food and drinks

Dreaming of a Greener Future

During the sweltering heat and humidity of DC summers, locals love to cool off at the public pool at the Harry Thomas Recreation Center. Located on Lincoln Road, the pool is usually not too crowded, mostly used by a laid back mix of teenagers and families with young children.

Currently, there are no public parks in NoMa, but residents are working hard to change this. Formed in 2012, the NoMa Parks Foundation has vowed to bring publicly accessible green space and dog parks to the neighborhood and will hopefully achieve their goal soon.  Despite this, vacant spaces in the neighborhood are still utilized. During the summer free movies and art events are offered in Storey park and most recently a beer garden has opened up in a formerly vacant lot.

Don’t Miss This

When looking for a future home, don’t let NoMa/Eckington fly under the radar. With affordable housing and great shopping and dining options, it is also within easy access of the rest of the city. Residents love their neighborhood, as is evidenced by their dedication to continuing to bring new businesses and developments that will benefit everyone.

Ibiza Night Club in Washington DC's NOMA/Eckington Neighborhood
Street Art in NOMA/Eckington Neighborhood
Rowhomes in Washington DC's NOMA/Eckington Neighborhood

Real Estate Market Stats

Basic Stats Overview

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Last Updated: 9/26/2021
Homes for Sale 51 +23.5% +51.0%
Months Inventory 5.10 +21.6% +43.5%
Contracts Pending 53 -20.8% +79.2%
Solds: 90 Day 32 +18.8% +9.4%
Average List Price/Sold Price 103.13% +1.0% +4.4%
Active/Pending Ratio 0.96 +36.5% -136.5%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $691,703 -0.8% -4.9%
Pending $597,320 +2.0% -10.8%
90 Day Sold $625,046 -0.8% -8.7%
Median Price
Active $689,328 +4.3% -1.3%
Pending $529,950 0.0% -32.0%
90 Day Sold $582,750 -12.2% -20.7%
Days on Market
Active 87.08 -7.9% +5.0%
Pending 44.82 +13.6% -168.2%
90 Day Sold 22.59 -9.8% +24.7%
Homes for Sale 0 N/A N/A
Months Inventory 0.00 N/A N/A
Contracts Pending 0 N/A N/A
Solds: 90 Day 1 -100.0% N/A
Average List Price/Sold Price 111.48% +2.4% N/A
Active/Pending Ratio 0.00 N/A N/A
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $0 N/A N/A
Pending $0 N/A N/A
90 Day Sold $1,165,000 +20.9% N/A
Median Price
Active $0 N/A N/A
Pending $0 N/A N/A
90 Day Sold $1,165,000 +20.9% N/A
Days on Market
Active 0.00 N/A N/A
Pending 0.00 N/A N/A
90 Day Sold 7.00 +21.4% N/A
Homes for Sale 6 +33.3% +33.3%
Months Inventory 4.24 +48.6% +33.5%
Contracts Pending 4 0.0% -25.0%
Solds: 90 Day 2 -50.0% -250.0%
Average List Price/Sold Price 99.17% -4.0% +4.1%
Active/Pending Ratio 1.50 +33.3% +46.7%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $1,011,967 -7.6% +21.1%
Pending $751,800 +12.2% +3.6%
90 Day Sold $867,250 -8.2% -13.7%
Median Price
Active $957,500 -5.4% +19.3%
Pending $700,000 +7.1% 0.0%
90 Day Sold $867,250 -5.2% -15.2%
Days on Market
Active 151.83 -26.3% +20.5%
Pending 349.60 +2.1% +41.5%
90 Day Sold 15.50 +14.0% -71.4%
Homes for Sale 45 +22.2% +53.3%
Months Inventory 5.35 +15.5% +45.2%
Contracts Pending 49 -22.4% +87.8%
Solds: 90 Day 29 +27.6% +24.1%
Average List Price/Sold Price 103.02% +2.0% +2.3%
Active/Pending Ratio 0.92 +37.0% -280.4%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $649,001 -0.5% -9.6%
Pending $583,276 +0.6% -2.6%
90 Day Sold $589,723 +5.4% +1.4%
Median Price
Active $650,000 +3.1% -7.4%
Pending $529,900 0.0% +5.6%
90 Day Sold $570,000 +3.6% +11.0%
Days on Market
Active 78.44 -5.5% +3.8%
Pending 17.11 +12.4% -110.4%
90 Day Sold 23.62 -19.8% +40.9%

How Much is Available?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active Inventory
The number of NOMA / Eckington homes listed for sale. Lower inventory favors sellers in negotiations.

How Many Months of Inventory?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Months Inventory
The number of homes listed for sale in NOMA / Eckington divided by the number of homes sold in one month. Higher inventory favors buyers.

More Actives or More Pendings?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active/Pending Ratio
Ratio of homes in NOMA / Eckington listed for sale versus those under contract. The lower the number, the hotter the market.

Are Sellers Negotiating?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, List/Sold Ratio
Shows a comparison between the final sales price of homes sold in NOMA / Eckington versus their list price.

What is Average?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Average Sale Price (90 Days)
Average list price of homes for sale in NOMA / Eckington

How Fast Are They Selling?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Days on Market (Sold Listings 90 Days)
Average days from Listing Date to Sold Date for NOMA / Eckington homes that sold in the past 90 days.

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