July 22, 2019 History In the News

Hollywood may be the film capital of the world, but when it comes to shooting on location, New York City is perhaps the most filmed city in the world. No matter the time of year, be it day or night,…

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Earlier this week, people from all over the city gathered in Madison Square Park for delicious food provided by the most innovative and diverse restaurants in NoMad. This year, 30 chefs participated, representing 28 restaurants including neighborhood staples such as…

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July 17, 2019 In the News

Anytime a billionaire moves into the neighborhood, it is news. When the world’s richest man moves into your neighborhood,  it reverberates not only in the neighborhood but throughout the city. Suffice it to say when Amazon founder and CEO Jeff…

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July 16, 2019 In the News

Between a brilliant food scene, a dynamic design/technology community, and numerous new developments, it comes as little surprise that property values are on the rise in NoMad. But the neighborhood hit a new milestone last month when the penthouse at…

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July 15, 2019 In the News

Contrary to recent speculation, the NoMad Hotel will not be sold at auction. The NoMad Hotel has become an icon for the NoMad neighborhood.  It’s beloved not only for its luxury lodgings but also for its world-class dining provided by…

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July 11, 2019 Madison Square Park News
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Summertime is the perfect occasion for enjoying the great outdoors with family—and this Friday gives you the perfect opportunity to do so. Bring the kids out to Madison Square Park on Friday, July 12 at 5:30 p.m. for Summer Family…

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July 11, 2019 History

28th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues was the epicenter of popular music at the turn of the 19th/20th Centuries and became famous around the world as Tin Pan Alley.  This four-part series explores: 1) Tin Pan Alley’s name and…

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July 10, 2019 In the News

Recently, the Kaufman Organization debuted a prominent 97 by 40-foot mural on the side of its building on 236 Fifth Avenue in NoMad—an art piece certain to be a conversation piece in the neighborhood for some time to come. Created…

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June 21, 2019 In the News

At LamaLo, the new Middle-Eastern style restaurant that opened this month in NoMad’s Arlo Hotel, every dish is remarkably flavorful. Even though it has only been open a few days, guests are destined to remember the menu in two parts:…

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June 20, 2019 In the News

Over the years, the Madison Square Park Conservancy has come to be recognized as a leader in public art curation, not only showing the work of world-renowned artists in the Park, but also curating this year’s U.S. Pavilion at the…

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June 20, 2019 Breaking News
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On Sunday, June 30th, Rizzoli Bookstore will be hosting musicians Vincent Peirani and Emile Parisien for an intimate performance as part of its Music Aperitivo series. These two musicians are extremely talented in their own right, but after years of…

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June 19, 2019 In the News

A year ago, the Rockefeller Group, best known for Rockefeller Center, announced plans to build its first-ever residential tower in the NoMad neighborhood. With construction of the highly anticipated Rose Hill now well underway at 30 East 29th Street, the…

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June 14, 2019 In the News

Some things are definitely worth the wait. After months of impatient expectation, the highly popular Australian chain Bourke Street Bakery officially opened its first location outside Australia on May 4—right here in NoMad. While the opening was delayed some six…

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June 13, 2019 In the News

In 1777, when Fownes Brothers & Co., Inc first began making its handcrafted leather gloves in Worcester, England, the United States was barely a year old and locked in a battle with the British homeland for independence. 110 years later,…

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June 12, 2019 In the News

Fifty years ago this month, on June 28-29, 1969, an uprising began at the now-famous Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village, in protest of a police raid. That cataclysmic event prompted the beginnings of the gay liberation movement,…

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