November 12, 2018 In the News

Like so many hotels nowadays, the James New York ‑ NoMad offers complimentary wi-fi to hotel guests. But unlike most hotels, the James will actually give you 10 percent off your bill for not using the wi-fi. Or for that…

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November 6, 2018 In the News

We have introduced a new map on the NoMad website. Take a look. It’s easy to use, completely up-to-date, and has a fresh clean design with some great new features. The places of interest in NoMad have multiplied geometrically in…

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October 29, 2018 In the News

During its initial glory days as a destination for New York’s “blue bloods” and the world’s elite, not everything about the NoMad neighborhood was glitz and glamour during the Gilded Age. New York’s wealthy were not immune to vice (in…

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October 26, 2018 Breaking News
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According to BisNow.com, Facebook is preparing to sign a new lease at 63 Madison Avenue, located in NoMad. The proposed lease would cover 870,000 square feet of space, which is all available office space in the building. With this new…

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October 23, 2018 In the News

NoMad is The District that Inspires®, and it always has been. During the Gilded Age, NoMad attracted the country’s most famous architects, writers and engineers, with names like Burnham, Twain, and Tesla. It also attracted actors and performers like Edwin…

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October 18, 2018 In the News

If you traditionally think pink as a girl’s color, think again. The color pink actually has a rich history involving both genders, many cultures, and more than a little debate.  This will become evident to visitors at the new fashion…

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October 17, 2018 In the News

On October 10th, hundreds of ticket-holders convened at NoMad's Hill Country Barbecue Market at 30 West 26th Street for “Parktoberfest 2018: A Texas Toast to Madison Square Park.” The private event featured an open bar, live music, dancing, and of…

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October 16, 2018 In the News

For centuries, people have been living and working in the New York neighborhood now known as NoMad.  As a result, this neighborhood has a rich and textured past, with all sorts of historical events, “firsts,” and facts both well-known and…

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October 10, 2018 In the News

Open House New York provides unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York City and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city. Open House New York celebrates the best examples of design and planning throughout…

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October 8, 2018 In the News

We keep hearing from companies in NoMad that their clients love coming here because of the creative vibe here and all the great restaurants and bars. While it’s great to meet at your office, it does staff and clients good…

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October 4, 2018 In the News

Almost every corner of NoMad has layers of history. That’s not surprising, because from New York City’s earliest days, our neighborhood was a natural hub of city life. The crossroads leading out of what was then the northern limits of…

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October 2, 2018 In the News

From New York to Dallas, from Miami to Denver, from Tokyo to Dubai, from London to Moscow . . . if you go to almost any of Shake Shack’s hundreds of locations worldwide, you should be prepared to stand in…

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September 28, 2018 In the News Restaurants

Over the years, the NoMad neighborhood has garnered a reputation as a destination for fine and diverse dining experiences. The recent opening of Hortus NYC on Fifth Avenue (between 29th and 30th Streets) will only serve to enhance that reputation.…

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September 27, 2018 Breaking News
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Luke's Lobster in NoMad is celebrating National Lobster Day with $14 lobster rolls. National Lobster Day, an official holiday declared by Congress, was on September 25th. This month, Luke's Lobster, located in the heart of NoMad, is celebrating the company's…

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September 26, 2018 In the News Restaurants

To confine the idea of “African” cuisine to the continent of Africa does a disservice to the term. As a byproduct of the slave trade, the tastes of the African diaspora have come to encompass distinct flavors across many lands,…

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