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Instrata Nomad, 10 East 29th Street Instrata Nomad, 10 East 29th Street
NoMad, for decades, was a somewhat lackluster commercial district of spartan architectural distinction, says building critic Carter Horsley. The neighborhood just to the north of Madison Square Park in mid-Manhattan has had a boom in residential development, but Horsley is skeptical it can compete with established residential neighborhoods. He does note, however, passing through "is likely to surprise the socks off most pedestrians" who have historically stayed away.

One of the early luxury residential towers was erected in 1999 at 10 East 29th Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenue, debuting as the Madison Belvedere - but now called Instrata Nomad. The building is part of the INSTRATA brand which offers lifestyle rental residences in select major cities across the country. (Another location is not far away on Third Avenue, called Instrata Gramercy.)
Looking south, the view of NoMad from the luxury rental tower, via

The tower rises to 50 floors and its roughly 400 apartments come in studio to three-bedroom layouts. Several are available and listings offer one month free on a 12-month lease; studios start at $3,496/month, one-bedrooms at $3,995/month and two-bedrooms at $7,185/month. Inside, homes have varying layouts and features. Alcove studios are available for those looking for just enough space, while other, larger units have open layouts with up to two bathrooms, and some come with private balconies. See all the listings here.

Open layout with kitchen island, via
Home with private balcony, via
The interior design is generally neutral and the distinguishing features are the solid hardwood floors and large windows - perfect for those desiring to personalize a space.

Kitchens, some of which have large islands, are equipped with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and Kohler fixtures. Marble bathrooms have oversized mirrors and soaking tubs. There is in-unit laundry and plenty of closet space throughout.
Elegant and sophisticated interiors, via

The full-service building has a 24-hour attend lobby, concierge, valet and onsite parking. INSTRATA aims to provide hotel-style amenities and here, there is a health club, a 360-degree roof deck and lounge - and plenty of perks. Residents have access to a range of events and activities, from fitness to nightlife - and as a resident of the INSTRATA-branded property, you have access to national perks at select golf courses, business clubs, salons, and more.

Neutral interiors provide endless design options, via
The rose-toned tower was designed by SLCE Architects and the firm says that in 1999, it "was at the forefront of the revitalization of it's neighborhood which, though centrally located, was in varying stages of decay." Its distinguished gilded top is often lit at night, adding even more sophistication to the revived neighborhood.

NoMad, now considered a desirable, centrally located neighborhood, is connected to great transit options, an impressive network of destinations (Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, Eataly), and of course - has many new luxury residences, both rentals and condominiums. But, even with all the new development, INSTRATA Nomad has been able to maintain its title as tallest rental building in the neighborhood.
View atop the Instrata Nomad roof top, via


Instrata Nomad Leasing Office
10 East 29th Street
New York, NY 10022
(212) 213-XXXX

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