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Known for its shortened name and fantastic location, North of Madison Square Park - or NoMad for short - is next to the Madison Square North Historic District and near Chelsea, Midtown South, Murray Hill, Rose Hill and the Flatiron District. When you live in NoMad apartments, location is everything and it’s easy to get around town.
The NoMad area is relatively small - just about 30 blocks, which includes a portion of Madison Square Park - but there are a lot of amenities crammed into the space. Aside from the park’s green space and walking trails, there are seven MTA subway stops, 11 different bus lines, a mix of modern NoMad apartments and historic architecture, three large grocery stores, coffee shops, more than 75 premier restaurants, retail locations, 12 schools, 17 hotels and 32 fitness centers. Anything residents could want is just outside their front doors, including some of New York’s most iconic landmarks and entertainment a short walk or train ride away.
NoMad is considered to be a quintessential New York neighborhood, thanks in part to its fantastic convenient Manhattan location. In just 20 minutes, residents can walk from their NoMad apartments to Grand Central Terminal or Port Authority, and in just 12 minutes, walk to Penn Station. Neighborhood living options are varied, with an eclectic mix of pre-war walk-ups and sleek high-rise rentals, giving residents and hopefuls plenty of price points and amenity options to choose from. NoMad residents run the gamut from Wall Street executives to creative artists and everything in between, so the locals are just as colorful as the public art displays and retail shop windows along 5th Avenue.
What was once the stomping ground of notable names like Teddy Roosevelt, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Herman Melville, Charles Dickens, J.P. Morgan and Thomas Edison is today a fully restored Big Apple hub full of entertainment, dining, nightlife, stunning NoMad apartments and recreation options. The neighborhood’s crown jewel, Madison Square Park, is just the tip of the iceberg in NoMad - come see everything this historic neighborhood has to offer!