Get ready to take your New York life to the next level by residing at Anagram Nomad. Tucked away on 29th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, you will find yourself walking distance from everything you want and more.
NoMad: North of Madison Square Park
The neighborhood name says it all; NoMad is a trendy Manhattan neighborhood anchored by the gorgeous Madison Square Park, established in 1686.
A park that has indeed grown with the city is the home of the original Shake Shack. Drawing long lines since the beginning, Shake Shack grew from a hotdog cart to open the permanent outpost inside the park, turning Madison Square Park into an extension of nearby residents’ living rooms where they could lounge and enjoy a burger, a shake, and even a beer.
Shake Shack later added additional Manhattan locations and eventually expanded beyond NYC and any of our wildest dreams.
Dining & Nightlife in and around Anagram Nomad
Some of Manhattan’s finest dining is at your doorstep.
The handmade pasta at New York’s longtime favorite Scarpetta still can’t be beaten.
The pizza at Marta also draws a packed house of New York devotees.
When the Midtown offices give way to happy hour, NoMad and the surrounding neighborhoods like Murray Hill, Chelsea, Gramercy, and the Flatiron District are among the first and most popular stops.
The nearby Ace Hotel boasts a well-appointed Lobby Bar for dining and drinks in an upbeat atmosphere attracting both guests and neighbors.
No evening is complete without a cocktail enjoyed on a rooftop high above the city. Stop at 230 Fifth’s chic Rooftop Bar for stunning views of the Empire State Building. Consider returning by daylight for their popular brunch as well.
Gyms and Fitness Classes
You have a top-of-the-line gym right in the building at Anagram Nomad. But when you’re craving top-rated or boutique work out remember that you also have easy access to the most popular and practical classes and trainers in New York.
Equinox, SoulCycle, Barry’s Bootcamp, and more are all so close you’ll be walking in the door before you’ve even warmed up.
If a fitness center with a swimming pool is a must, consider checking out the biggest NYC gym, Chelsea Piers, and head straight across town to their location on the Hudson River to take advantage of their expansive facilities.
If you have friends and family coming to visit who prefer to book a bit of their own space nearby, you have a range of world-class options.
You have to start considering a room at the Gramercy Park Hotel, one of the unique getaway options in Manhattan. Gramercy Park is the last private park in NYC, with access granted only to residents owning or renting real estate in one of the 39 buildings around the park. Staying at the Gramercy Park Hotel is perhaps the only option for gaining short-term access to the elusive oasis.
And for the family who just can’t bear to leave, consider suggesting a NoMad rental best suited for an extended stay: AirBnB has numerous highly-rated options in the area. Get here info about nomad apartments.