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The financial response of the U.S. Congress, New York State and New York City to the Coronavirus Crisis has been swift and multi-pronged. There is a great deal of information across the internet on assistance, which we are continuing to synthesize and deliver to NoMad in a timely but concise fashion.  Even non-governmental sources have devised aid programs to help […]

Exercise experts from NoMad are offering tons of innovative at-home ways to keep off what many people are calling tongue-in-cheek, “the Covid 19,” referring to those extra pounds we’re all gaining from staying inside, eating more comfort foods than ever, and having that extra glass of wine (or two) and weekday cocktails. Home exercise has defintley come a long, long […]

As we do our best to be conscientious of the safety of ourselves and those around us during this global health crisis, staying indoors and isolating ourselves can seem like a daunting, if necessary, prospect. But with the brilliance of modern technology, there is no shortage of meaningful and culturally enriching ways to pass the time and allow us to […]

As daily routines and ways of doing business are changing dramatically, there are plenty of things to be done to keep business in motion. A comprehensive list could be quite long and will differ across businesses and industries. Below are 9 general things to consider as you look to the future. 1. Keep In Front of Customers Maintain and continue […]

Given New York’s historical connection to Jazz – especially NoMad, which is home to famed Tin Pan Alley – there’s no better time to explore music and melodies that settle into a pocket of sheer enjoyment. Tin Pan Alley’s general optimism is easy on the ear and captures the heart of what it means to have New York in your […]

General Information on Coronavirus World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public Center for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Federal Government:  https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus State Government: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/home Assistance and How You Can Apply NYC Employee Retention Grant Program: https://www1.nyc.gov/nycbusiness/article/nyc-employee-retention-grant-program Financial Assistance for Businesses Affected by Covid-19: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/sbs/businesses/covid19-business-financial-assistance.page US Small Business Administration — Disaster Loan Assistance: https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela Tax Deadlines Federal: The deadline for Businesses and Individuals Income Tax […]

We know that NoMad businesses are being tested in many ways during this difficult time: 1) trying to keep employees, customers, and the community healthy; 2) making sure customers receive services they need; 3) helping employees weather the financial difficulties of reductions and closures; and 4) looking at ways of lessening the financial impact on the operation. Helping to Increase […]

Connect New York is reporting that the international juice/coffee bar chain Joe & The Juice signed a lease on an 858 sq. ft. retail space at 1165 Broadway, joining Diptyque and Space NK. Amira Yunis of the CBRE team noted that “1165 Broadway was the ideal location for Joe & The Juice’s national expansion plans in NYC, boasting a highly […]

It’s no secret that the majority of people dread going to the dentist and cringe when they think about fitting  an appointment into their schedule. Thanks to dntl bar, NYC’s first walk-in dental bar, this is certainly not the case anymore. Gone are the days of trying to work around dentists’ busy schedules. At dntl bar, patients can walk right […]

The Center for Book Arts is hosting its annual benefit and auction on April 2. Don’t miss this once-a-year, only-in-New York evening of drinks, dancing, performances, and auctions. It’s your opportunity to help this unique organization fulfill its mission: to promote the active exploration of artistic practices related to the book as an art object. The Center for Book Arts […]