Do you know D.C.? Get our free newsletter to stay in the know about local D.C. Get the free newsletter Success! You're on the list. Whoops! There was an error and we couldn't process your subscription. Please reload the page and try again. Processing… I already get the newsletter Every piece of land in NoMa—-a dead zone just a few years ago—-is either built out, under construction, or spoken for. Here’s a tour of the happenings. National Public Radio is rebuilding its headquarters on North Capitol Street, expecting to move in later this year. First Potomac Realty and Perseus Realty purchased the Greyhound bus depot on 1st Street NE in August, and plan to develop an office building on the site once Greyhound moves into Union Station.Archstone is nearly finished with its 469-unit luxury apartment complex kitty corner from the Harris Teeter on 1st Street NE.Developer Skanska bought much of the block of M Street between 1st Street NE and North Capitol, and is planning apartments and office buildings.The site on North Capitol Street in front of the squat, putty-colored D.C. Housing Authority building is owned by William C. Smith, which eventually plans 254 residential units as a part of its Northwest One development.The hole in the ground on the northwest corner of North Capitol and M Street NE will be a 314-unit apartment building with 93 affordable units. The backside of the Greyhound site. The space to the left is 100 K Street NE, which residential developer Archstone bought last September. StonbridgeCarras Constitution Square phase II and III on M Street between 1st NE and the railroad tracks will bring 203 more luxury apartments and a 375,000 square foot office building. Constitution Square phase II and III on M Street between 1st NE and the railroad tracks will bring 203 more luxury apartments and a 375,000 square foot office building. MRP Realty is scheduled to begin construction any day now on a 400-unit residential building at the corner of Florida and New York Avenue NE.These lots, visible from the Metropolitan Branch Trail, are owned by Pepco and are currently being used as staging grounds for the construction of NoMa West.The Wilkes Company plans 300 units of housing and 250,000 square feet of office space at 300 M Street NE.