Located in NoMa, the most connected neighborhood in Washington, D.C., RESA offers a collection of 326 unique multifamily apartments. Rising 12 stories and boasting a sleek design, RESA features distinct amenities, including a sweeping rooftop terrace complete with expansive, unparalleled views. Every element of this extraordinary apartment building has been crafted to stand out and apart – offering residents a chance to relax, catch some rays, and enjoy a dip in the shimmering rooftop pool after a rewarding workout in the state-of-the-art fitness center. Not only a residential haven, but an oasis in the center of the neighborhood, RESA hosts an exciting 7,431 SF of restaurants and retailers in an up and coming bustling destination in the heart of NoMa. RESA’s front door sits on the NoMa Meander, a vibrant and welcoming four block pedestrian walkway that runs from Pierce Street NE to New York Avenue between North Capitol and First Street NE, featuring retail, curated events, and green space.
Certification:Targeting LEED Gold
• Targeted 14% reduction in energy use
• Targeted 14% reduction in GHG emissions (346 metric tons CO2)
• Targeted 35% reduction in water use
• Low-toxicity materials to be used throughout
• Focus on providing recycled content and regional materials
• Over 8,700 square feet of vegetated roof
• Rainwater harvesting cistern providing irrigation water for landscaping
• Targeted 75% diversion of construction wastes from landfill
• Electric vehicle charging stations and bike storage provided
The NoMa submarket is the fastest growing area in downtown Washington, DC, creating a lively and livable neighborhood with tens of thousands of workers and residents. The residential core has been established with nearly 2,300 new residential units underway. The already existing 10 million square feet commercial core is rapidly transforming into a closely-knit area with good shopping, great food and fantastic transit options. The streets have been enlivened with people walking, riding bicycles and enjoying outdoor cafés. Sleek and sustainable designs of new buildings with great amenities are drawing people to both live and work in the community.