Nomad, (North of Madison Square Park) is one of Manhattan's on-the-rise residential neighborhoods. The neighborhood sits roughly from 25 Street to 30th Street between 6th Avenue and Lexington Avenue and is noted as the historical home of some of New York City's finest hotels in addition to several distinct buildings including the New York Life Building, the Gift Building, and the Toy Center. The neighborhood is also home to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and world-famous Eataly Italian market.
Nomad has one of the most celebrated collections of fine dining restaurants in New York, and the enclave is also a center of upper-crust antique galleries and nightlife destinations.
Like much of New York City, Nomad has a unique history that gave the neighborhood the distinctive character you can see today. The neighborhood was the birthplace of the first movie house, the first Westminster Dog Show, the first passenger elevators and even the first fire sprinklers in New York City history.
Today, the neighborhood finds itself the home of distinguished luxury buildings including 10 Madison Square West, One Madison Park and Madison Green. Its central location puts residents close to Gramercy Park, Midtown and even Greenwich Village.