NoMad Living: High-energy Mixed with Casual Cool
With a huge number of residential choices, from beautifully reconceived older buildings to exciting new developments, NoMad is increasingly becoming home to mid-career professionals and couples, as well as families with children. NoMad has gone through many changes while maintaining its historic character, and although it has turned from a quiet neighborhood into an energetic area where neighbors work, you can always find a place to relax in NoMad.
NoMad is perfect for home hunters looking for:
- A vibrant city pace, with fast-paced work days during the week, relaxing weekends at Madison Square Park, and a fun and accessible dining and nightlife scene.
- A safe neighborhood for themselves and their children.
- An easy commute from a central location, NoMad has the luxury of being close to many of the city’s subway and bus lines.
- Creative, engaged, exciting neighbors.
- A range of ownership and rental offerings to fit every need.
Find the Right Building
Many people move to NoMad for its new high-rise condo, co-op, and rental buildings, which can be quite pricey, but walk-ups in brownstones and pre-war buildings are more affordable and sometimes offer similar amenities. Because the neighborhood is newly re-developed, there are also many apartments for rent.