January 17, 2020
To celebrate the impressive development of NoMad over the past 12 years, our neighborhood organization the NoMad Alliance launched an exciting new website this week at experiencenomad.com. If you aren’t familiar with this site, or haven’t explored it before, it is a great place to learn about the neighborhood’s history, all it has to offer, and what is going to happen next. We urge our tenants to spend time on the new website and take advantage of its many features, because it’s a great resource for all of us who work and/or live in NoMad. Discover:
The Latest Neighborhood News
Fun, informative Historical Stories
An interactive Map of NoMad
A Broad Calendar of Events
Listings of Resources and Governmental Agencies to Help You
Profiles of Area Businesses
The newest update of the website has a fresh, bright, and streamlined look. Improved organization of information and navigation, making it easier and more fun to use. One of the best features of the new experiencenomad.com is the several contact points that will allow you to reach members of the Alliance directly.
The NoMad District
The Nomad District, first recognized as far back as 1999 by The New York Times, has grown into one of New York City’s most exciting neighborhoods. Once the center of Gilded Age New York, as you have read on this website, NoMad was ”forgotten” for many years, but once again its enduring strengths are drawing people, businesses, developers, and tourists here:
- Great transportation.
- An inventory of historic buildings.
- The city’s finest small park.
- A balanced live/work community.
As a tenant, you are sure to have noticed these enormous changes as tech and design businesses flood into the area, new skyscrapers rise, beautiful architectural gems are restored, and the inventory of world-class restaurants, hotels, and nightspots swells. Businesses, such as Nomad Tower, Virgin Hotel NoMad, Arlo NoMad, Sweetgreen NoMad (to name a few), recognize that “NoMad” signals something new and powerful; it is a brand that has and will continue to bring attention and growth to our area.