The District That Inspires®

NoMad

In 1999, shortly after New York City formally established the Madison Square Park North Historic District, The New York Times coined the District’s name: No (North) Mad (Madison Square). NoMad is centrally located in Manhattan between Seventh Avenue and Lexington Avenue from 23rd Street to 30th Street.

Now, NoMad is the quintessential live-work-play neighborhood in New York City.  Steeped in rich history and architecture, NoMad offers a unique combination of retail, hospitality, food, nightlife and more. The area is home to an exciting mix of industries – including creative, design, medical, and tech – as well as one-of-a-kind residential buildings. Plus, it boasts the incomparable Madison Square Park. The distinctive neighborhood is truly like no other part of New York City.

The NoMad Alliance

The NoMad Alliance is a not-for-profit organization committed to building an even better, sustainable community and growing local businesses.

Purposes of the NoMad Alliance

Sustain and continue to develop the creative, forward-thinking, dynamic character of NoMad that has been successfully leveraged by numerous NoMad-named businesses and businesses identifying as being in NoMad.

Continue to attract development and improve the building stock in NoMad, which prior to the work of the NoMad Alliance had been a distressed area of New York for a long time.

Implement marketing initiatives online via ExperienceNoMad.com and NoMad’s social networks.

Develop promotional events, including concerts, festivals, parties, contests, and more to enliven the District for all residing, working and visiting the area.

Help to bring the stories of local businesses to the general press and the press to them.

Build NoMad’s recognition as a “must-see” destination among New Yorkers and tourists from the U.S. and abroad.

Seek and develop partnership programs that give NoMad businesses access to thousands of new customers through promotions with affiliated brands and outlets.

Improve the District with better infrastructure and street conditions that attract customers and property owners.

To find out how you can get involved and to become a member, please write to us.

“The Alliance gives us a way to realize our commitment to make NoMad a great place to do business and enjoy life.”

Tommy Tardie

Owner Operator / Flatiron Room