Articles on Flatiron District Condos

Introducing The Noma, The Latest in Flatiron Luxury

The Flatiron District has made room for yet another tall residential tower, bringing more luxury apartments to this quaint neighborhood. The Noma was completed in late 2017 and although condominiums are going fast, there is still availability with a variety of layouts to choose from.

The Newest Flatiron District Development: 35XV

Rising 25-stories at 35 West 15th Street, 35XV has added a unique touch to the downtown Manhattan skyline with its distinct shape. Developer Alchemy Properties have not only brought 58 new condominiums to the neighborhood but also guaranteed each resident a home with modern amenities and beautiful finishes.

Best Coffee Shops in Gramercy Park

Best Coffee Shops in Gramercy Park

While Gramercy Park is known for being small and intimate, there is still a lot to see and do in this very beautiful neighborhood. Of course, strolling about this charming Manhattan locality can tire you out, and you may need to recharge your batteries. And what better way to do that than by getting a steaming cup of good coffee! In our continuing search for the best coffee shops in New York City, today we turn our attention to the cafés in Gramercy Park, and we are pleasantly surprised with the variety of options available here. Here are three of our favorites.

Peace On The Park: One Madison Litigants Settle, So What's Next?

One Madison New York City Luxury Condos for SaleWe are not, by nature, a morbid bunch here at New Construction Manhattan. We love us some New York City, we care about Manhattan real estate, and we're not so much in the bad news business as we are in the news about NYC real estate/helping people find luxury condos in NYC business(es). But while we're generally averse to tales of woe in the NYC real estate market, we find ourselves writing about One Madison -- formerly known as One Madison Park, and still one of the most star-crossed luxury condos in New York City -- fairly often. Why is this? Several reasons. One is that One Madison< is a (as we have noted here before) pretty amazing looking new construction condo, and could yet become one of the most impressive high-end condominiums in NYC. Another reason, though, is that One Madison is just interesting. Already a striking part of the greater Gramercy Park condo scene, One Madison is a building in limbo that could become a blockbuster once it finally figures some things out. Unfortunately for One Madison Park, though, all that figuring-things-out has been taking place in court, thus far. Fortunately, though, things at One Madison Park just might be getting figured out.

Park Life: Is Long-Stalled One Madison Park On The Comeback Trail?

One Madison Park from Gramercy ParkIf you've waited in line at the Shake Shack in Madison Square Park, or even if you've just rambled around the greater Gramercy Park area, you are familiar with One Madison Park. One Madison Park being the striking, super-luxurious and surpassingly star-crossed high-end luxury condo standing at the south edge of Madison Square Park. We've written in the past here at the New Construction Manhattan blog about the travails of One Madison Park, but there hasn't been much news -- good or bad -- of late to report about this particular new construction luxury condominium. Which is a shame, because One Madison Park remains one of the most intriguing new construction apartment listings in Manhattan -- an architecturally stunning building with an elite Manhattan location, what promised to be stunning apartments for sale, and an elite suite of amenities.

From Non-Neighborhood To Neighborhood: Meet NoMad, The Rising Murray Hill-ish 'Hood North of Madison Square Park

NoMad Murray Hill Luxury CondosIf you browse the Manhattan apartment listings at New Construction Manhattan, you won't find anything under "NoMad." You'll find apartments for sale in Murray Hill and Gramercy Park condos for sale, but nothing on apartments for sale in NoMad. This is not an oversight -- until brokers slapped a name on the area just north of Madison Square Park in what's generally thought of as Murray Hill, NoMad didn't exist. But this is more than the usual Fun With Contractions NYC real estate name game -- the stretch of Murray Hill that we'll now (somewhat grudgingly) call NoMad is indeed on the rise, whatever one chooses to call it. (Not to pat ourselves on the back too much, but we wrote about this back in August) With a feature in the Wall Street Journal touting the new semi-neighborhood's transition into a full-on neighborhood, though, NoMad has gotten its imprimatur as a Manhattan neighborhood to watch. Which is to say that you'd better get used to that name, like it or not.