January 15, 2020
The Alliance Brings NoMad a New Website
The Nomad District, first recognized as far back as 1999 by The New York Times, has been solidly established for twelve years and has grown to become one of the most inspiring neighborhoods in New York City. With a new sense of identity, after years of being a grey, undervalued area, NoMad’s strengths are once again being appreciated.
- Having superior access to all parts of the city and the tri-state area.
- Boasting an extraordinary high number of fine historic skyscrapers.
- Graced with the city’s finest small park.
- Imbued with the historical richness of having been the center of New York life in the Gilded Age.
- Maintaining what may well be the city’s most balanced live/work community.
- Possessing under-valued development potential.
Rediscovered, NoMad has been seeing new skyscrapers rise, beautiful architectural gems restored, tech and design businesses flood into the area, and the inventory of world-class restaurants, hotels, and nightspots increase dramatically. Developers and local businesses, whether the Nomad Tower, Virgin Hotel NoMad, Arlo NoMad, Sweetgreen NoMad (to name a few), understand that “NoMad” signals something new and powerful and can brand them for success.
To celebrate the impressive heights that the area has reached as we enter 2020, the NoMad Alliance has been planning a new website over the past year. It launched this week.
The new site has a fresh, bright, streamlined look. Improved organization of information and navigation make the site easier and more fun to use. One of the best features of the new site is the several contact points that will allow you to reach members of the Alliance directly.
It also has these great new enhancements:
Improved search of NEWS
Broadened EVENTS listings, giving you a broader choice of things to do
Enhanced MAP, so you can easily find what you are looking for in the area
Expanded NEIGHBORS section, making us aware of more of our fellow NoMad community members
We invite all who reside in, work in, or visit NoMad to explore the new site and take advantage of its many resources.