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View from Madison House View from Madison House
Some New York neighborhood portmanteaux easily enter the lexicon (think Soho and Tribeca) while others fall flat (who knows, without Googling, which neighborhoods comprise BoCoCa?). However, NoMad has spent the past few years blossoming firmly into the first camp. What was once a no-man's-land between Gramercy, Chelsea, and Midtown has emerged as a destination in its own right with high-end boutiques, hip hotels, and eye-catching offices (the latter of which will be explored at a later date).
NoMad's robust dining scene has long been another key part of the area's renaissance, and that experienced new life as restaurants moved their operations outdoors to comply with pandemic-related regulations. A long stretch of restaurants from 23rd to 29th Streets has introduced lavish outdoor dining settings enhanced by a look at the Empire State Building to the north and the Flatiron Building to the south. The Open Streets dining program has been made permanent, and The New York Times notes that this will have a ripple effect on other aspects of city life.
The central location and numerous nearby transportation options makes NoMad highly accessible to people all over New York, but residents of a growing number of luxurious residential buildings have the best of the neighborhood practically on their doorstep. Madison House, the tallest tower in the neighborhood, recently reported passing $100 million in sales in spite of a global pandemic and the uncertainty of an election year. We take a look inside this condominium, as well as other residential buildings that have reshaped this stretch of New York.
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Mitchell Holdings LLC | Jeffrey Cole
6 stories | 4 units
Completed in 2013
1 four-bedroom for $25M

21-East-26th-Street-01 All images of The Whitman via The Modlin Group
In a sea of architecturally adventurous new high-rises, the transformation of a historic, low-rise Georgian mansion dating back to 1924 is not to be overlooked. It started out as the headquarters and showroom of a textile firm. Nearly 100 years later, residents like Jennifer Lopez, Chelsea Clinton, and Jeff Gordon have been drawn to its incredible privacy, rich past, luxurious interiors, and close proximity to Madison Square Park, Eataly, Fifth Avenue shopping, and several transportation options.
From the listing:
The Penthouse is the crown jewel of The Whitman Mansion. This magnificent home features four bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. With over 6,500 square feet of interior space and 3,000 square feet of outdoor space spread over four terraces and two floors, this sprawling home is nearly 10,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor living overlooking Madison Square Park. Upon entering the fifth floor private elevator landing you are greeted by a secure entry foyer which opens to a massive great room with a sky light and three French doors leading to a southern facing terrace over Madison Square Park.

The fifth floor also contains a spectacular kitchen with a breakfast bar and dining area. The kitchen is fully outfitted with exquisite finishes, an Arclinea chef's kitchen, a large island, open shelving, and sleek, barely-there, custom cabinetry. Completing the fifth floor is a private bedroom wing with three bedrooms with en suite baths, a staff room with full bath and a laundry room. Upstairs on the sixth floor is a very private master suite with two master bathrooms.

The Witkoff Group and Vector Group | Hill West
22 stories | 125 units
Completed in 2015
7 three-bedrooms from $4.95M - $13.5M

5-West-24th-Street-01 All images of 10 Madison Square West via Douglas Elliman
As the area around and north of Madison Square Park started stirring to new life, a commercial building right across from the park was expanded and converted to a luxury condominium. By virtue of its location, residents enjoy gorgeous views of the park and the Empire State Building. The building is staffed by a 24-hour doorman, concierge, porter, and live-in resident manager; amenities include a children's playroom, bike room, 5,100-square-foot courtyard, and exclusive 10,000-square-foot health club with fitness center, 60' lap pool and adjacent hot tub, yoga room, Pilates studio, and spa treatment room.
From the listing:
Dazzling 360-degree views provide a dramatic backdrop for this spectacular 18th floor aerie at 10 Madison Square West, one of New York's most desirable addresses. A glamorous 2,167-square-foot private terrace beckons as an enchanting escape, equally suited for grand scale entertaining or meditative moments. The expansive great room boasts cinematic views of the skyline and Madison Square Park, framed by floor-to-ceiling windows.

The open chef's kitchen is fitted with custom millwork and professional grade appliances. The commodious primary bedroom suite includes a sumptuous, five-fixture en suite bathroom, appointed with double sinks, radiant heated floors, a large soaking tub, and glass enclosed shower. Two generously proportioned additional bedrooms include en suite bathrooms.

Kroonenberg Group | Piet Boon
16 stories | 203 feet | 58 units
Completed in 2014
3 studio to three-bedrooms from $1.18M - $9M

404-Park-Avenue-South-01 All images of Huys via Compass
At 404 Park Avenue South, a mid-rise building was transformed into an exciting new condominium with enlarged windows and handsome architecture. Interiors feature abundant natural light, high ceilings, custom millwork, and chef's kitchens. Residential amenities and staff include full-time concierge service, a resident manager, roof deck, residence lounge, gym, children's playroom, cold storage, and resident storage.
From the listing:
Spectacular 3-bed, 3.5-bath penthouse condo with private outdoor space in the highly sought-after Nomad neighborhood with dramatic 11'6" ceilings, designed to capture the extraordinary natural light that pours through the oversized casement windows. The open floor plan, eight inch wide brushed oak plank floors, original beams in the ceiling, fireplace and signature millwork are just some of the special details throughout. The open chef's kitchen is outfitted in Bulthaup Alpine White cabinetry, Miele appliances and Chambolle marble countertops. Retreat to your suite with floor to ceiling windows, huge walk-in closet and five-fixture master bathroom.

Pembroke & Ives | Helpern Architects
24 stories | 262 feet | 48 units
Completed in 2016
3 two- to three-bedrooms from $5M - $10.75M

212-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 212 Fifth Avenue via Douglas Elliman
Just north of Madison Square Park, a Schwartz & Gross-designed office building has been transformed into a luxurious condominium that quickly captured attention, most notably from Jeff Bezos (the Amazon CEO owns $96 million of real estate in the building!). His apartments, like all in the building, feature oversized windows, high-end materials and appliances, and in-unit washer/dryer. Amenities and staff include 24-hour doorman, concierge, premier building manager, valet parking, Jay Wright-designed fitness center with adjoining yoga studio and private treatment room, golf simulator, screening room, boardroom, game room, children's playroom, lounge, and cold storage for fresh food deliveries.
From the listing:
Conceived by Pembrooke & Ives and architect David Helpern, this spectacular 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath apartment at 212 Fifth Avenue in the heart of Madison Square Park marries modern living with classic design. Oversized windows illuminate the loft-like open dining, living, and eat-in kitchen spaces, rendered in the finest materials including 4-inch thick Calacatta marble countertops, milled wood cabinets, and top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances.

The two bedrooms are in a winged configuration for maximum privacy, each with its own spa-like bathroom. Off the elegant, marbled foyer is a powder room for guests. A Savant home automation system allows for mobile control of multiple HVAC system zones, window shades and lobby-connected security.

Alchemy Properties | FXCollaborative
24 stories | 315 feet | 55 units
Completed in 2018
5 two-bedrooms from $2.15M - $2.9M

50-West-30th-Street-01 All images of The NOMA via The Corcoran Group
While much of the new NoMad development has taken place on the east side, the NOMA is a striking, Bauhaus-inspired outlier on the corner of Sixth Avenue. All units feature open plans, multi-paned windows, white-oak floors, and high ceilings; select apartments have private balconies. Residents enjoy a 1,700-square-foot landscaped terrace, a library, a fitness center, and an attended lobby.
From the listing:
This corner 1,310-square-foot 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom with a private 92-square-foot balcony situated under the glow of the Empire State Building, is light-filled with stunning views to the North, East, and South from its over-sized, Bauhaus inspired windows.

An open kitchen with an island features a Miele appliance package, custom wood cabinetry in a satin white eggshell finish, pebble gray quartz counter tops, honed white marble back-splash and a wine cooler by Marvel. An impressive master suite comes with multiple closets including large walk-in, marble bathroom with radiant heated flooring and showcases stunning views of the Empire State Building and beyond from a corner window detail with exposures to the North and East. The second bedroom also with en suite windowed bathroom has a custom oak vanity and marble encased soaking tub.

Toll Brothers City Living | Ismael Leyva
34 stories | 452 feet | 165 units
Completed in 2013
13 studio to two-bedrooms from $2,252/month - $5,400/month

309-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of The Dylan via Bozzuto Management
The Dylan is a LEED-certified, centrally located rental with a low-rise base, dramatic setback tower, and glassy facade. All units enjoy column-free interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and contemporary kitchens. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, private basketball court, rooftop lounge, sky deck, storage, and bike room.
From the listing:
At The Dylan, you’ll find everything the smart city dweller looks for in an apartment home. Floor to ceiling glass and wrapped glass corners bring the light and the views into the living experience, both day and night. Many homes see the southern light and skyline, many see the Empire State Building, a never ending source of wonder and beauty. Gorgeous wide plank gray fumed oak toned wood floors compliment all interior decors. Currently offering 2 months Free and 1 month OP on a 12-month lease!

Tessler Developments | Karl Fischer
34 stories | 460 feet | 69 units
Completed in 2016
2 one- to two-bedrooms from $1.85M - $2.75M

172-Madison-Avenue-01 All images of 172 Madison Avenue via Douglas Elliman
172 Madison Avenue is in a prime NoMad location just a stone's throw from Murray Hill, Koreatown, Herald Square, Madison Square Park, and Bryant Park. All residents enjoy incredible privacy, dramatic ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and impeccably designed interiors with Molteni kitchens and smart home pre-wiring. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, concierge service, a residents-only lounge, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a 67' saltwater pool, spa and steam rooms, a pet spa, bicycle storage, and a children's playroom.
From the listing:
A chic corner condo nestled in a prime Midtown location, this 1-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home is a lovely portrait of modern urbanity. Features of this 891-square-foot apartment include beautiful grey-stained hardwood floors, airy 11' ceilings, central heating and cooling, floor-to-ceiling windows with picturesque city views and southern and western exposure, and a convenient in-unit washer/dryer.

A functional entry space adorned with a pristine powder room and a coat closet flows into an open concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The kitchen is equipped with an eat-in waterfall peninsula, sleek stone countertops, a mosaic tile backsplash, custom lacquer cabinets, a KWC faucet, and a suite of fully integrated Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.

Continental Properties and Douglaston Development | Stephen B. Jacobs
42 stories | 471 feet | 250 units
Completed in 2006
13 one- to two-bedrooms from $841K - $2.89M

325-Fifth-Avenue-01 325 Fifth Avenue via CityRealty
One block from the Empire State Building, 325 Fifth Avenue's towering height and striking facade seems determined to give its neighbor a run for its money. The apartments inside feature unique layouts, modern finishes, and private balconies. Amenities include an attended lobby, concierge service, a garage, a fitness center, a business center, a children’s playroom, an indoor pool and spa and a private lounge.
325-Fifth-Avenue-02 Interiors via The Corcoran Group
From the listing:
325 Fifth Avenue 40D is a two bedroom/two bathroom high-in-the-sky home with stunning Midtown views and it is flooded with all-day light through the massive floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. Split design, with the bedrooms on separate wings for privacy, the central living/dining room is an ideal entertainment space and includes a huge balcony high above the city. Additionally, the modern and open Chef's Kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances and island, washer/dryer closet, HVAC, and loft-like design are unparalleled in the new construction realm allowing space to live and work. Space is a premium in Manhattan, but 325 Fifth Avenue 40D has five huge closets (one walk-in), king-size bedrooms and extra large spa-like bathrooms that cannot be reproduced in condos at double the price.

Toll Brothers City Living | Christian de Portzamparc
40 stories | 472 feet | 350 units
Completed in 2014
9 one- to four-bedrooms from $4,995/month - $35,000/month

400-Park-Avenue-South-01 All images of 400 Park Avenue South via Compass
The distinct shape of 400 Park Avenue South is immediately eye-catching from both the sidewalk and the skyline, and warranted a place on architecture critic Carter Horsley's buildings of the decade. The design allows for unique apartment layouts and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the homes with light. The building is LEED certified, and its amenities include a lounge, a screening room, a golf simulator, resident storage, a landscaped 27th floor terrace, and a fitness suite with a gym, swimming pool, steam room, a yoga room, and a spinning studio.
From the listing:
Walk into this exhilarating very unique corner living room with a view of the city from all angles through floor-to-ceiling windows! Features include high ceilings, electric blinds, custom curtains, spotlighting, mirrored closets, Nest learning thermostats, and elegant rift-cut white oak floors throughout. The kitchen is outfitted with Pedini glass-faced cabinetry, quartzite counters, top Miele appliances with a garbage disposal. Glamorous baths are finished with separate stall showers and heated floors.

Ekstein Development Group and The Pinnacle Group | Morris Adjmi Architects
42 stories | 479 feet | 42 units
Completed in 2020
5 one- to two-bedrooms from $1.26M - $2.67M

30-East-31st-Street-01 All images of 30E31 via Reuveni Real Estate
Between its soaring height and ornate yet contextual facade, 30E31 looks every inch the impressive skyscraper it is. However, the incredible privacy of the apartments, all of which feature floor-to-ceiling windows and high-end finishes, offers the atmosphere of a private townhouse. Amenities include concierge service, fitness center, private dining room with catering kitchen, and tranquil viewing garden.
From the listing:
#10 is a full-floor residence of 1,677sq.ft., with 9'9" ceilings, offering abundant light and views to the north and south, capturing the dynamic New York City skyline. This sophisticated home offers 7" wide-plank white oak flooring throughout, expansive picture-frame windows and multi-zone climate control. The residence boasts a 4-pipe HVAC system, allowing for simultaneous heating and cooling in different zones.

The inviting kitchen offers custom walnut cabinetry, crafted in Italy, and is complemented by exquisite quartzite countertops and backsplashes with a leather-textured finish. Elegant fixtures, custom designed by Morris Adjmi, and appliances by Bosch, Sub-Zero and Wolf (with a range hood that vents out) to complete the picture.

The Clarett Group | FXCollaborative
55 stories | 639 feet | 123 units
Completed in 2008
9 one- to two-bedrooms from $1.15M - $2.95M

11-East-29th-Street-01 Sky House (Blocksy)
Sky House was an early residential entrant in NoMad that brought the neighborhood to new heights. Several new towers have since outstripped it in terms of elevation, but residents still enjoy excellent privacy (from only three units per floor!), abundant natural light, chef's kitchens, and amenities like concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a playroom, and resident superintendent.
From the listing:
With over 1,600 square feet of sprawling space and floor-to-ceiling windows, this convertible 3-bedroom 2.5-bath corner apartment is the perfect NYC home. The triple exposure allows for natural light to fill the space all day long. Adding to the luxurious feel of this unit is the open chef’s kitchen outfitted with ample storage, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

There is a center island which provides space for barstool seating. East and south exposures highlight the protected views of several iconic New York buildings. A spa-like en-suite master bath equipped with a deep Kohler soaking tub, a glass enclosed shower and a granite-topped vanity enhance the generously sized master bedroom. Other features that complete this exquisite home include a dining area, full size washer and dryer and central air conditioning.

Rockefeller Group | CetraRuddy
45 stories | 639 feet | 123 units
Completion estimated for 2021
14 one- to four-bedrooms from $1.4M - $18.8M

30-East-29th-Street-01 All images of Rose Hill via Core Group
For its first residential tower in New York, Rockefeller Group brings elegance and glamour to the historic neighborhood that gave the building its name. Inside the timeless building, thoughtfully composed residences feature abundant natural light, flexible floor plans, high ceilings, open kitchens, and spa-like baths. Amenities include a double-height lobby, fully equipped gym, professional-grade squash court, 50' pool, sauna, and 37th-floor lounge with billiards table, private dining room, and two private terraces.
From the listing:
This fantastic home offers north, west, and south exposures. Interiors boast rusticated hardwood floors, bronze-finished hardware, and soaring ceilings with window heights of 9 feet. The open kitchen with Miele appliances features custom ultra-matte, dark charcoal woodwork, metal-framed glass upper cabinetry, and Calacatta honed marble countertops. Anchored by a custom-designed vanity, the dramatic master bath offers brass-finished fixtures and radiant heated floors in dark, veined marble. Ample closet space and a washer/dryer complete this ideal home, which can be augmented with storage available at additional cost.

The Victor Group, Lend Lease, and Shokai | Rafael Vinoly
55 stories | 673 feet | 129 units
Completed in 2020
14 one- to four-bedrooms from $1.97M - $24M

277-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 277 Fifth Avenue via The Corcoran Group
As the tallest residential building on Fifth Avenue (and dethroning Trump Tower for the title), 277 Fifth Avenue makes a striking statement from the corner of East 28th Street. Interiors by Jeffrey Beers International are column-free to make the most of sweeping views, and feature soaring ceilings, magnificent proportions, high-end custom kitchens, generous closet space, and luxe marble baths. Two floors of airy amenities include a fitness center with separate yoga studio, an entertaining suite with games lounge and pantry, and an outdoor terrace; the building also offers a partnership with experiential concierge company LIVunLtd.
From the listing:
Spanning the entire eastern facade of the building with corners to the north and south, this expansive home offers panoramic views of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, East River to Hudson River, the Flatiron Building, One World Trade and beyond. A subtle and serene array of warm, natural materials complements the tower’s robust modern architecture. Perimeter columns establish an alternating rhythm of vertical floor-to-ceiling windows framing the views along multiple exposures and solid walls for displaying art. Interiors are graced with ceiling heights reaching over ten feet, in addition to a selection of warm woods and elegant natural stones. The open kitchen is a palette of pale-oak cabinets with upper cabinets provided in metal trimmed white back-painted glass with Calacatta Saccheli polished marble slab center islands, countertops, and backsplash which gives the kitchens a luminous glow.

JD Carlisle and Fosun International | Handel Architects
62 stories | 805 feet | 199 units
Completion estimated for 2021
12 one- to four-bedrooms from $1.5M - $13.7M

15-East-30th-Street-01 All renderings of Madison House via DBOX
Madison House is the tallest residential building in NoMad, and the interiors were designed to make the most of the views accorded from it. Apartments with interiors by Gachot Studios feature airy floor plans, soaring ceilings, and corner windows looking out on panoramic skyline vistas. The amenities start 150 feet above grade level and include a fitness center, pool and spa area with hot tub and cold plunge pool, golf simulator, children’s playroom, private lounge with chef’s kitchen and dining room, and landscaped roof garden.
From the listing:
This 942-square-foot residence opens into an elegant entry foyer, leading to a living and dining room encased with 10-foot-tall windows with North and West views. Gachot-designed custom rift-cut cabinetry accentuates the open kitchen, with a honed Calacatta Borghini marble waterfall island and backsplash. Gaggenau appliances including a cooktop, combi-steam oven, convection double oven, refrigerator, and wine refrigerator outfit the kitchen.

A private vestibule with a gracious walk-in-closet separates the living area from the master bedroom suite, creating a sense of privacy. The bathroom offers honed Bianco Dolomiti marble on the walls as well as floors, with a custom Gachot-designed vanity and mirror. Platinum matte Dornbracht fixtures accentuate the vanity, Kaldewei tubs and Durivit toilet.

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