Welcome to Nomad

As historic as it is modern, NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) is at the center of New York City culture. It brings the arts, cuisine, and industry right to your home.


New Yorkers began living in NoMad during the mid-19th century in private brownstones and mansions, many of which still stand today. The area is defined by a range of architectural styles, from the Second Empire to French Renaissance Revival to Modern mid-rises, making it a center for aesthetic appreciation. Under Morris Adjmi’s leadership, the past and present of NoMad are united and transformed through residential design.


NoMad was a mid-19th-century hub for shopping, dining, and sightseeing. The area is steeped in the legacy of socialites, executives, and creative types who brought the city to life. The neighborhood still retains the artistic charm of Tin Pan Alley and the elegance of the Gilded Age.


At the intersection of architectural and cultural prestige, NoMad has something for everyone. Its bustling streets border the northwestern corner of Madison Square Park, a celebrated sanctuary of gardens, social spaces, and seasonal art installations. You’re only steps from New York landmarks including the Flatiron Building, Church of the Transfiguration, and the Ace Hotel, which houses Michelin Star-rated gastropub The Breslin.


You’ll find casual charm and elegance in every restaurant and boutique. The neighborhood showcases the best in modern design and style, whether it’s cocktails at The NoMad Hotel or designer fashion at Opening Ceremony.

  • The John Dory Oyster Bar
  • Blue Smoke
  • Penelope
  • Shake Shack
  • Sarabeth's Restaurant
  • Black Barn
  • The Clocktower
  • 230 Fifth
  • Hillstone
  • Maysville
  • Asellina
  • A Voce
  • Marta
  • Hanjan
  • Wolfgang's Steakhouse
  • Upland
  • Little Beet Table
  • Ilili
  • The Breslin
  • Eleven Madison Park
  • Eataly
  • Gansevoort Park Avenue
  • The Nomad Hotel
  • Ace Hotel
  • The New York EDITION
  • Hotel Roger
  • SLS Park Avenue
  • New York Design Center
  • Luxury Living New York
  • B&B Italia
  • Minotti
  • Equinox
  • SoulCycle
  • Solace New York
  • Exhale New York
  • Juice Press
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Bonobos
  • Lacoste
  • Dover Street Market
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Empire State Building
  • Madison Square Park
  • Flatiron Building
  • The Flatiron Room
  • Jazz Gallery (live music)
  • Rizzoli Bookstore