High Visibility NoMad Corner - Dry Use Only – 2,200-3,376 SF Corner Store
425 Park Avenue South – NOMAD
Dramatic glass frontage on a prime corner with 16' ceiling heights. 2,200 SF corner can be combined with 1,176 SF inline portion for a total of 3,376 SF on the Ground Floor.
$Negotiable /SF – Available Spring 2021 - Open for Fall 2021
2,200 SF – Partial Floor
Size: Corner Ground Floor - 2,200 SF
Mezzanine - 988 SF
Lower Level - 1,200 SF
Inline Ground Floor - 1,178 SF
Frontage: Park Ave S. - 29'-50'
East 29th St - 68'
Possession: Spring 2021
Rent: Upon Request
Term: 10 Years
NoMad ("NOrth of MADison Square
Park") is a neighborhood centered around the Madison Square North
Historic District in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
The name NoMad, which has been in use since 1999, is derived from the area's location north and west of Madison Square Park. The neighborhood extends roughly from 25th Street to 30th Street between the Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) and Lexington Avenue. NoMad is bounded on the west by Chelsea, on the northwest by Midtown South, on the northeast by Murray Hill on the east by Rose Hill, and on the south by the Flatiron District. It encompasses Little India, as well as a variety of businesses of all sizes in landmarked office buildings. Read more
The Breslin Hotel, built in 1904, was transformed in 2009 into the Ace Hotel, a 300-room hotel whose restaurant has attracted a trendy crowd. Slated to open in 2011, the NoMaD Hotel at 28th Street and Broadway, will occupy the Johnston Building, a landmark 1900 French Renaissance limestone space. Named for one of New York's most oldest families, the 19-floor Gansevoort Park, is at Park Avenue and 29th Street.
Today it has a numerous restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines, including San Rocco, Hill Country Barbecue, Bamiyan Afghan Restaurant, Antique Cafe, SD26, A Voce, Country, Ben & Jack's Steakhouse and Illi. Eataly, a 44,000-square-foot Italian food market comprising Italian restaurants, cafes and wine and food shops opened in Summer 2010.
Some text and images from List of Manhattan Neighborhoods at Wikipedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.