Located at the nexus of multiple dynamic Manhattan neighborhoods, NoMad is where exciting architectural and lifestyle transformations are happening today and a residential renaissance is underway. From dozens of luxury shops along Fifth Avenue to the reimagined Design District, where upscale retail joins contemporary green spaces at Madison Square Park, NoMad has something for everyone and buyers have noticed. The neighborhood’s mix of casual cool, high energy cultural and lifestyle attractions, and unmatched convenience has made the neighborhood one of Manhattan’s buzziest. One of the most in-demand neighborhoods with buyers this fall, NoMad has officially arrived as a destination for luxury residential living. Residential projects across the neighborhood have seen an influx of buyers who have been moving quickly to get a piece of the action and make NoMad their new home.
Attracted to NoMad’s storied past and beautiful architecture, over the last ten years new restaurants, hotels, and bars have opened, transforming NoMad into a neighborhood now celebrated for its diverse lifestyle, cultural and culinary attractions. Some of New York City’s most acclaimed culinary destinations like Scarpetta and Eleven Madison Park are in NoMad, with new favorites like Sushi Muse and L’Adresse recently opening in the neighborhood. Later this year, a new Whole Foods supermarket will open in the neighborhood further enhancing NoMad’s culinary offerings.
NoMad is also a destination for style and design connoisseurs and features a thriving design and retail scene anchored by the refurbished New York Design Center and the showrooms of furniture brands like B&B Italia and DDC Molteni&Co along Fifth Avenue. With Dove Street Market, Rizzoli and Le Labo all located in the neighborhood, NoMad is a favorite destination for cool-hunters in search of great food, cutting edge style, and the latest in design.
Central to the neighborhood’s emergence as a destination for luxury residential living is Madison House, the tallest residential project in the neighborhood. Standing 805 feet tall and located at 15 East 30th Street, Madison House sets a new standard for luxurious residential living in NoMad, with striking interiors by Gachot Studios and inspired architecture by Handel Architects. One of the best-selling residential projects in Manhattan, Madison House recently passed over $300 million in sales and went into contract on a large duplex penthouse at the project. With an asking price of $22.5 million, the sale is the second largest in NoMad this year.
JD Carlisle Development and Fosun International Limited skyline-changing condominium development continues to see strong buyer interest and sales momentum as construction at the project finishes up ahead of closings commencing in winter 2022. Madison House is uniquely positioned in the marketplace and was meticulously designed to provide extraordinary views, uses the highest quality materials and provides true everlasting value at an attainable price. Because of JD Carlisle’s fortitude that quality creates value, the sales momentum at Madison House has continued unabated throughout the past 18 months and the project has only one penthouse remaining.
“Madison House is unlike anything else on the market in NoMad, and we are pleased to see such a phenomenal response to Madison House’s unique offering: large spacious homes with fantastic skyline views and an incredible amenity offering that goes far beyond anything else in NoMad, all available at the right price,” said Evan Stein, President of JD Carlisle Development. “We look forward to closings commencing soon and welcoming residents into the finished project this winter.”
Architecturally conceived from the inside-out, Madison House is a decagon and features 10 corners, a rare building layout that ensures all of the 199 homes have at least one column-less corner window. Each of the bespoke homes also features open and airy floorplans, and at least 11-foot ceilings offering panoramic, picture-perfect views of the New York City skyline. The floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious floorplans and soaring ceilings in each home create an incredible sense of volume, while maximizing light, air and the unobstructed views.
Madison House’s striking architecture was designed by Handel Architects, the architecture firm celebrated for its commanding buildings including the Museum of Arts & Design and the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. Inspired by Manhattan’s classic skyscrapers, Madison House’s intricate yet sleek glass façade features a white terra cotta boning made of vertical elements that draw the eye upward, creating a dramatic signature on the skyline. The project’s shimmering layers play off NoMad’s iconic architectural landmarks with long glass panels stretching elegantly up to form a pillared apex, an eye-catching addition to the Manhattan skyline.
“The response to Madison House has been terrific,” says Leonard Inzirillo, Director of Sales at Madison House for Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project. “Buyers love the energy of NoMad, the neighborhood’s cultural and lifestyle attractions, and its central location. The convenience of NoMad is really appealing to buyers right now and knowing that you can walk to so many neighborhoods and have the entire city at your fingertips can’t be beat.”
One of the largest amenity offerings in NoMad, Madison House features over 30,000 square feet of hotel-style amenities for wellness and leisure and residents have access to a diverse array of beautifully designed spaces that take advantage of Madison House’s extraordinary height and central location with views of the Empire State Building and Madison Square Park.
Located in the heart of Manhattan, NoMad is one of Manhattan’s most convenient and walkable neighborhoods contributing to its continued appeal over the years. NoMad is a short walk to Flatiron, Chelsea, Gramercy Park, and Murray Hill, as well as, Manhattan’s westside and eastside waterfronts. With midtown and downtown business districts both easily accessible, NoMad’s many public transportation options including the 6, R, W, B and D MTA subway lines.
While not traditional a destination for families, NoMad has become a popular neighborhood for families with young children and buyers looking to start a family who still want to enjoy everything New York City has to offer. In addition to Madison Square Park, a lush six-acre oasis, NoMad is a short walk from Manhattan’s west and east river parks that feature over 500 acres of landscaped greenspace for leisure and relaxation, and is home to the National Museum of Mathematics, an educational institution celebrated for their hands-on exhibits. NoMad’s hip vibe, kid-friendly attractions and abundance of green-space ensures there is something for everyone no matter your age.
NoMad’s rich history, beautiful architecture, numerous green-spaces, fun cultural and lifestyle attractions, and central location make the neighborhood one of Manhattan’s most exciting. A quintessential New York City neighborhood, NoMad like New York City itself continues to evolve and grow and has something for everyone and now is the time to secure your new home in NoMad.
Madison House has one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom residences available. Madison House residences range from $1,775,000 million up to $25,000,000 million for the last available penthouse. A number of finished model homes at Madison House provide an in-depth look at the one-of-a-kind living experience at Madison House and the extraordinary column-less corner skyline views from each home. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project. For more information or to schedule a private appointment or tour of the project with a member of the sales team, please visit https://madisonhousenyc.com/