Until recently, the very center of Midtown Manhattan was considered a no-man's land, so much so that the area was essentially nameless. However these days, the area north of a Madison Square Park is quickly ascending the ranks to take its place as one of NYC’s hottest spots to reside. Coined NoMad, this formerly nondescript area now exudes an energetic vibe, due in part to a metamorphosis driven by real estate revitalization. On the residential front, the landscape is characterized by a mix of elegant landmarked buildings, beautiful pre-war condo conversions, and modern high-rises.
NoMad is surrounded by Chelsea, Midtown South, Murray Hill, Rose Hill, and the Flatiron District-- which equates to enviable centrality. Madison Square Park plays host to everything from festivals and summer concerts to events for children, making it a draw for young families. In the gastronomic realm, there are infamous favorites like the original Shake Shack, but also a slew of vibrant new eateries popping up, casual and fine dining alike. This excellent locale means easy commuting and plenty of entertainment and nightlife options, which has facilitated NoMad's emergence as a favorite of young professionals-- and all beneath the iconic yellow glow of the New York Life Building.
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