The Epicenter of NoMa, Mt Vernon Triangle and Shaw.

    Banner Lane is your destination for anyone looking to live in the heart of Washington, DC, sitting at the crossroads of two vibrant neighborhoods, NoMa and the Mount Vernon Triangle. This location offers the best of both worlds, with easy access to all the amenities and attractions that these neighborhoods have to offer. With its hip and historic vibe, exciting restaurants, trendy eateries, destination entertainment and beautiful parks to refresh and connect, you will be at the epicenter of what District living is all about.

    Group of five diverse individuals enjoying food and drinks around a wood table at a hip restaurant


    Endless convenient options are just moments away to live life connected, from a vast array of dining, to vibrant entertainment options.  Shop at Harris Teeter and REI, or dine at a trendy pop-up or food truck faire, or an established family-owned restaurant with global and regional specialties, the choices are abundant for you at Banner Lane. Culture, art, live performances, night clubs, shopping, family fun – it’s all right here for you.


    Union Market
    Mount Vernon Square
    Busboys and Poets
    Wunder Garten

    The Lawn at Banner Lane

    Parks and Recreation

    Wandering through the NoMa and Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhoods is a great way to experience the lively city life while also finding some cozy and relaxing spots to unwind. These neighborhoods are known for their great coffee shops and charming parks that offer a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. Parks and green space are key draws to the community. Mount Vernon has over 850 acres of park land, 14 miles of City trails, and NoMa features parks and innovative art installations, like Rain and Lightweave, which create auroras of light in response to sound patterns.


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    Highly walkable, bike-friendly, and steps from 3 Metro stations, you will find endless options to navigate and explore. NoMa is reputed to be the most connected neighborhood in DC, at the center of accessible connectivity to all the city has to offer, making it easy to catch transport throughout the District, including Maryland and West Virginia. From Banner Lane, you’re a few blocks to Union Station, the transit hub for Amtrak, VRE and MARC commuter railways.