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NoMad is preparing to celebrate the centennial anniversary of Veterans Day on Monday, with a parade honoring the continued bravery and dedicated service of our nation’s armed forces. As our neighborhood shows its gratitude and patriotism on this significant occasion, be mindful of possible extra congestion and delays on subways and streets in the area. These interruptions will be more […]

A restaurant, flower boutique, and education center all at once, Il Fiorista has a day’s worth of activities all in one fragrant spot on NoMad’s 26th Street. Mario and Alessandra De Benedetti emigrated from Italy two years ago to start their dream restaurant, newly opened in September. As they developed the concept for their business, what started as an appreciation […]

NoMad will be at the forefront of the city’s efforts to make New York a global leader in life-sciences. The Wall Street Journal and other sources are reporting that Deerfield Management Company in partnership with the Economic Development Corporation and the Industrial Development Agency, is creating a transformative $635 million life science on Park Avenue South between 25th and 26th […]

Hilton is bringing the luster of the NoMad District to The Martinique, a century-old hotel at 32nd Street and Broadway.  The hotel building has earned a spot on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of Hotels of America and was declared a landmark by The New York City Landmark’s Commission in 1998. Even so, the building has mirrored the […]

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 accomplishments; 2) its musical styles and composers 3) the social forces and technological developments that caused it to rise and […]

Rothy’s the sustainable shoe brand known for its collection of comfortable and colorful eco-conscious flats, loafers and sneakers, signed a 10-year lease for 7,500 square feet on the 10th Floor of 236 Fifth Avenue, between 27th and 28th Streets in NoMad. The San Francisco-based company was founded as an online-only brand in 2016, but as many other online retailers they […]

After a few years of intense development, NoMad is seeing a number of projects reaching completion. Recently, the 55-story Viñoly tower at 277 Fifth Avenue finished being sheathed in its curtain wall and Madison House, at 15 East 30th Street, the tallest condo in Nomad, began to market its apartment offerings. The latest news, however, is that three projects are […]

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 accomplishments; 2) its musical styles and composers 3) the social forces and technological developments that caused it to rise and […]

Luke’s Lobster NOMAD will be serving a special Matt Hyland Lobster Roll starting September 25 through October 31 to kick-off its 10 year anniversary and celebrate National Lobster Day. The Hyland Roll recipe is characteristic of the Emily chef’s pizza roots, the roll is topped with chopped banana peppers, Italian green olives, and a sprinkle of Portuguese all-spice on top […]

The list of firms with projects in Nomad is a who’s who of architecture, but perhaps the most anticipated project has begun to rise at the southwest corner 31st and Broadway. Designed by one of the world’s leading firms SOM, 1245 Broadway promises to be a stunning little gem that revels in its relatively small size to create a varied, […]