Nomad, or North of Madison Square Park, is a constantly evolving neighborhood. When Madison Square Park was transformed through a restoration project in 2001, it spurred growth in surrounding areas including Nomad. Decked out in Beaux-Arts architecture from years ago mixed with modern trendy shops and restaurants, it's easy to see why residents are attracted to the area's luxury condominiums and other residential units.
Centrally located between midtown and downtown, Nomad has a quick pace that combines the casual and trendy downtown feel with the high energy of midtown. While the shops and restaurants will keep anyone busy, Chelsea and the Flatiron District are nearby for additional options, while Madison Square Park to the south provides ample public green space. On top of all this, the neighborhood’s central location enables easy access to the rest of the city.