The Financial Times has picked NoMad as one of the cities hotbeds for residential real estate. We often talk about the great restaurants, hotels and things to do in the area, but we often forget to mention how many people live here. It’s become one of the cities best live/work neighborhoods.
Highlighting NoMad as one of the newest “acronym neighborhoods” North of Madison Square Park, which was once primarily a production and industrial zone is now become a premier location for homebuyers. The piece does a great job of explaining some of the wonderful history in the neighborhood and explaining just why this neighborhood has become a premier destination for residential, retail and hospitality alike.
From the Madison Square Park Conservancy to Danny Meyer, Mario Batali and tech startups like Buzzfeed, the article shows just how all of these influencers helped shaped the great neighborhood we now live and work in.
The new kid on the block, apartment building 10 Madison Square West, The Whitman and 241 Fifth are all represented in the article, explaining the influx of high-end apartments that are available between $1.5 and $25 million.
We love seeing our neighborhood gain notoriety, and this article is certainly an interesting read — check the whole thing out here.