Nomad Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
97 Homes and apartments in Nomad
66 Madison Avenue, Apt 8L
225 Fifth Avenue, Apt 4B
45 East 25th Street, Apt 20-D
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 48A
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 30D
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt PH53
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 34A
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 47B
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 17C
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 28C
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 18B
50 West 30th Street, Apt 17B
50 West 30th Street, Apt 17A
127 Madison Avenue, Apt 8
30 East 29th Street, Apt 30A
1107 Broadway, Apt 15-A
66 Madison Avenue, Apt 3D
30 East 29th Street, Apt 9A
30 East 29th Street, Apt 10B
30 East 29th Street, Apt 24A
30 East 29th Street, Apt 30C
30 East 29th Street, Apt 20C
30 East 29th Street, Apt 24B
30 East 29th Street, Apt 26D
45 East 25th Street, Apt 15D
39 East 29th Street, Apt 11AB
39 East 29th Street, Apt 11A
39 East 29th Street, Apt PH1A
277 Fifth Avenue, Apt 40B
15 East 26th Street, Apt 16D
Nomad Real Estate info
Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Nomad is one of the most desirable districts for homebuyers in all of New York City. The area is located North of Madison Square Park, hence the monicker, and borders Chelsea, Midtown South, Murray Hill, Rose Hill, and the Flatiron District. This central location makes it easy to get around the city and has helped drive real estate prices up. Apartments for sale in Nomad can command prices above $2,000 per square foot.
The neighborhood is steeped in history, which begins in 1686 when Nomad was simply a communal public space. Afterward, the area actively developed over the years, and the number of restaurants, office buildings, and hotels began to grow. Nowadays, owning a home in Nomad is a dream for many. This high level of demand means that condos and co-ops in Nomad sell for extremely high prices.
Nomad is well-known for its stunning architecture. Some iconic properties include the New York Life Building, the Baudouine Building, the Fifth Avenue Hotel, the Gershwin Hotel, the Radio Wave Building, and the NoMad Hotel. The neighborhood also has plenty of high-end luxury condos for sale, the most desirable of which include the newly constructed Madison House at 15 East 30th Street as well as 400 Park Avenue South.
You'll never be bored living in Nomad as there's plenty to do, with a bevy of modern bars and trendy restaurants as well as a hip lounges, chic coffee shops, and a host of other entertainment venues.
Other attractions in the neighborhood include the Youth Theater, the museum of sex, numerous antique galleries, and the well-known New York Comedy Club.
Some famous residents who lived in Nomad include General William J. Worth, Chelsea Clinton, sports blogger David Portnoy, inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla, and Roscoe Conkling, among many others.
Nomad Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Nomad is $3,257,759.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $1,223,000.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $1,429,599.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $3,070,490.
Nomad Penthouses for sale
There are currently 9 penthouses for sale in the Nomad neighborhood of Manhattan. Sale prices for penthouses in this neighborhood range from $2,650,000 to $24,000,000.
Nomad Condos for Sale
There are currently 94 condos available for sale in Nomad. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $810,000 to $24,000,000.
Nomad Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 12 co-ops available for sale in Nomad. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $399,000 to $3,595,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Nomad
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.