NoMad Apartments NYC

NYC NoMad Apartments for Rent

You can consider some of the best NoMad apartments in NYC for short or long-term stays. You will find several NoMad apartments in NYC for rent in the locality. These offer some of the best units for enjoying your time in the city. While you are considering moving to New York, there is indeed a need to know about a few places where you can settle. In fact, it is not only for visitors but also for those planning to shift to NYC. They can temporarily settle down before looking for more permanent accommodation options.

Our top NoMad Apartments NYC include: 

Every one of the NoMad apartments in NYC for rent comes with the best amenities including Wi-Fi, spacious living rooms, flat-screen televisions, and a lot more. They offer comfortable and plush living experiences for visitors above all else.

Where to Stay in NoMad

You will find several NoMad apartments in NYC for rent in several major localities of the neighbourhood. Choose NoMad apartments in NYC in close proximity to major attractions. You can consider areas like East 29th, East 25th Street, East 30th Street, Madison, Lexington Avenue, and more. Nearby localities include Murray Hill, Midtown South, and Chelsea.

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Facts About NoMad

NoMad is also called Madison Square North and is located around the Madison Square North Historic District.

Here are some facts about the locality:

  • It lies within the Manhattan Borough in New York City. 
  • The famous Tin Pan Alley was once the area near 28th Street in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. This was mainly due to the collections of songwriters, music publishers and other creative artists. 
  • The iconic 1913 Armory Show happened here in the neighbourhood as well. 
  • The Madison Square Park Conservancy transformed the entire locality including Rose Hill, Flatiron District, and NoMad. 
  • It was once the home of the iconic Delmonico’s which is a famous joint in New York City. 
  • It is a major restaurant hub with leading names including Antique Café, San Rocco, and Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse. 
  • There is the famous Museum of Sex here along with the New York Comedy Club and the Tada! Youth Theatre. 

Weather in NoMad

NoMad has humid and warm summers with chilly, windy, and snowy winters. The best time to visit the locality is between mid-June and early July or between early-August and late September.