May 15, 2017
Dapper Digs to Rent in NoMad
The secret is out: NoMad is one of the best places to live and work in New York, with perhaps the city’s most balanced live/work ratio. Whether you’re on the market for your next home, office, or retail location, here are some of the chicest luxury properties on the market.
100 West 31st Street (And Sixth Avenue)
The sustainable tower is a beautiful 47-foot glass tower with both commercial and residential openings. The latest installment from The Durst Organization, this tower is also the new home to Nike’s corporate headquarters and a stunning new 15,000-square-foot Nike-branded gym available to residents.
323 Park Avenue South
323 Park Avenue South (And 24th Street)
Designed by the late, legendary architect Charles Gwathmey, the boutique luxury building houses 17 condos with the 2,643-square-foot ground floor designated for commercial use. The oversized windows allow an abundance of natural light in to the spacious digs and other amenities include walk-in closets, a rooftop deck and a full-time doorman.
105 West 29th Street (And Sixth Avenue)
Located on top of the Eventi Hotel, the luxurious and sleek Beatrice apartments are everything a sophisticated NoMadder needs; including: sterling views of the city; sleek, modern apartments; an exclusive Cloud Level lounge on the 54th floor; and a 24-hour concierge. Every apartment has hardwood, Italian marble, and granite and stainless steel finishing. All of this makes The Beatrice top-of-the-line not only for the neighborhood but the city.
1182 Broadway (And 28th Street)
The 17-story loft building, first constructed in 1910, was converted into high-end condos in 2014. The stylish remodeling includes Sub-Zero refrigerators, 10.5-foot ceilings, Caesarstone countertops, and the ever-present charm of a bygone era.
50 East 28th Street (And Park Avenue South)
A commanding presence in the skyline, the glimmering glass tower rises 40 floors over NoMad. Floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors and LEED-certified, energy efficient features are the highlights of starchitect Christian de Portzamparc’s masterpiece.