September 20, 2016
NoMad Real Estate Roundup: Arlo NoMad, Pokemon, The Noma
NoMad is one of the most evenly balanced live/work neighborhoods in New York – one of the reasons for its vitality 24/7. It seems as though there is major new hotel or apartment building news every week. In our latest real estate roundup, we’ve collected five news items to give you a look at what is coming to NoMad:
Quadrum Global has announced the launch of a new hotel brand: Arlo Hotels. The brand’s first hotel, Arlo Hudson Square, opened earlier this month and will be followed by Arlo NoMad. The 250-key property will open in November at 11 East 31st Street. According to Quadrum Global, “Each Arlo Hotel boasts a multitude of joyful, inclusive public spaces built to accommodate a variety of environments and needs with a flurry of activities throughout the day. Guests can socialize and relax, listen to music, play board games, work and meet, or dine and drink in the common spaces, all while connecting and interacting with other guests.”
Read more here.
We covered the announcement of the Noma back in May. Now there is additional information on this 24-story condo under development at 50 West 30th Street. FXFowle is designing the building in a neo-Bahaus style with gray-brick skin and ribbons of gridded windows that compliment the area’s industrial roots.
Read more and see photos here.
Prodigy Networks, a real estate crowdfunding platform, has launched an equity crowdfunding offer for a NoMad co-working project called The Assemblage / Park Avenue South. Seeking to raise $53 million from accredited investors, the goal is to acquire and revamp the property at 329-331 Park Avenue South.
Learn more here.
Monmarte-themed NoMad Penthouse
House Beautiful has profiled designer Leslie Klotz’s rooftop penthouse, labeling it a “mashup of Manhattan and Monmarte.” The designer spent a year renovating the apartment and the results epitomize the excitement of cosmopolitan chic.
Take the house tour here.
Pokémon Executive Selling NoMad Penthouse
Alfred Kahn, who brought Pokémon to America, is selling his NoMad penthouse for $19 million. Kahn bought the apartment in 2002 and completed an extensive two-and-a-half year renovation. Sitting atop the Park South Lofts on East 30th Street, the apartment has an outdoor pool a built-in sound system, and a drop-down projection screen in the living room and stunning interiors.
Get a look behind the scenes at this incredible apartment and we’ll keep you posted on who will be moving in.