A private vestibule with a gracious walk-in-closet separates the living area from the master bedroom suite, creating a sense of privacy. The bathroom offers honed Bianco Dolomiti marble on the walls as well as floors, with a custom Gachot-designed vanity and mirror. Platinum matte Dornbracht fixtures accentuate the vanity, Kaldewei tubs and Durivit toilet.
Madison House offers a double-height attended lobby and 30,000 square feet of amenities. These include a spa with 75-foot lap pool, cold plunge, hot tub, steam room, sauna, and treatment room. A 2nd floor 2,800 square foot roof garden. 5th floor double height Gachot-designed private lounge and bar, 14-seat private dining room with a demonstration and catering kitchen, conference room, card room and reading room. State-of-the-art exercise room, separate yoga room, and 6th floor sports lounge with a golf simulator, billiards table and children's playroom. one-to four bedroom residences in the heart of the stylish NoMad design district.
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NoMad, North of Madison Square Park, is a rectangular swath of land that is bordered by East 25th Street to the south, East 29th Street to the north, Sixth Avenue to the west, and depending who you ask, Madison or Lexington Avenue to the East. It’s had its acronymed name for over two decades but not every New Yorker calls the neighborhood NoMad.
Historic architecture, trendy hotels and restaurants and high-priced apartments - NoMad wasn’t always the coveted neighborhood that it is today. It’s gone through many transformations over the years. Including a red light district known as the Tenderloin in the 1880’s. It was a popular shopping destination and a place where high society held court in the mid 19th century. It was part of New York City’s Silicon Alley in the 1990’s.
As of lately, world class chefs and restaurants have moved into NoMad. It’s tied with Midtown Manhattan for having the most Michelin stars (six stars to date). Besides NoMad’s architecture, nightlife, and restaurants, we can’t forget the added perk of being close to other great neighborhoods and cultural institutions. NoMad’s central location makes it easier to get just about anywhere in the city. You can walk to Chelsea, West Village, Union Square or Grand Central Station in no time at all. The N, R, 1, 6, B, Q, F, and M are very close or just a few blocks away. Penn Station is also within walking distance.