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How to Live, Work, and Play in NoMad

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How to Live, Work, and Play in NoMad

NoMad’s unique blend of boutiques, restaurants, and hotels make it the perfect nook for any New Yorker or out-of-towner to call home.


NoMad is arguably one of the most livable and convenient neighborhoods in Manhattan, steps away from Flatiron District, Midtown, the Meatpacking District, and Chelsea.

Located at 100 W 31st Street, Eōs NoMad is an apartment building like no other. The glimmering 47-story tower offers endless amenities to its residents while still remaining eco-conscious and sustainable. Inside, residents can enjoy the sophisticated and high quality design of their apartments, and revel in such perks as a sprawling roof top terrace, yogaand spin studio, indoor pool, catered dining room, and so much more.


WeWork NoMad – WeWork is a trendy and unique shared workspace in the heart of NoMad. This is the perfect space for your startup or small business to call home. This workspace allows members to design their own space and utilize it for any of their business’s needs. This is the perfect place for your business to thrive, and it provides the opportunity to meet like minded entrepreneurs.

NeueHouse Madison Square – Located in both Manhattan and Los Angeles, this community workspace offers five floors of studios, screening rooms, meeting rooms, and even a private dining space. Just steps away from Madison Square Park, NeueHouse offers the perfect mix of social and professional work spaces that caters to the needs of any New York business person.


After a long work-week in the city, there’s no better way to unwind than enjoying  the local boutiques, restaurants, and other amentities  that NoMad has to offer.

WANT Apothecary – This trendy boutique offers trendy high end designer names and beauty products. A must see spot if you are looking for that outfit that nobody else around the city will have.

Eataly – On your day off in NoMad, take a step inside this department store of fine foods. Surrounded by authentic food, wine, and gelato, you’ll feel like you landed in Italy.

Salon Ruggeri (153 W 18th Street) – Started by Australian hair stylist Gregorio Ruggeri and his partner Craig Longhurst, this NoMad spot is a must see. With chic decor and outstanding service, there is no better place in the city to relax and get your hair styled. For more about Gregorio and his business, check out their article in Vanity Fair.

Made Nice – This casual spot provides curated delicious menu items, at an affordable price. Led by Chefs Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, this is not your average assembly-line “make your own bowl” restaurant.