Wall Street Journal Features NoMad

Tuesday June 17, 2014

The Wall Street Journal features the revival of NoMad

The Wall Street Journal recently covered the transformation of the NoMad neighborhood in its article, “NoMad Neighborhood Puts Down Deeper Roots.” The piece, penned by Melanie Lefkowitz, outlines some of the key developments responsible for the district’s explosive growth, including the neighborhood’s resurgence of luxury hotels, high-end residences, restaurants and nightlife.

Lefkowitz also credits the renovations to Madison Square Park for the increase in businesses moving into the area. “The revival of that park, now a popular destination and venue for concerts and other events, helped fuel the current boom, brokers say, as did the opening of the Ace Hotel, on West 29th Street, in 2009 and the NoMad Hotel, on Broadway, in 2011.“

The piece goes on to detail how popular property in the NoMad neighborhood has become. The area’s unique balance of landmark pre-war buildings and new construction as well as its convenient proximity to both Union Square and Penn Station make it a great place to live and work.

The article also lists some of the neighborhood terrific features, such as A-rated schools, a number of museums and celebrated restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and The Breslin.

Head over to The Wall Street Journal to check out the article.

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