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Office Space in Nomad

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    Bright Nomad Sublease

    New York, New York

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    Super bright sublease in the heart of Nomad. Corner suite with lots of windows offering great natural light and views. This office space is built with 2 glass fronted...

    • 2,700 Sq Ft
    Fresh Nomad/ Chelsea Space

    New York, New York

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    Recently built office space in a newly renovated Nomad building with newly refinished floors, high exposed ceilings, 2 glass fronted conference rooms, 2 call rooms, newly installed pantry and...

    • 5,700 Sq Ft
    Nomad Tower Sublease

    New York, New York

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    Super bright full floor space with amazing light and views in three directions. Space is built with a mix of open and built out space and features several offices,...

    • 14,906 Sq Ft
    Short Term Nomad Office Space For Lease

    New York, New York

    Asking $62 / RSF

    Nicely built space with several conference rooms and open area to seat 15+ people.

    • 2,101 Sq Ft
    33 East 33rd Street- Plug And Play Tech Space

    New York, New York

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    Office space was recently built with 3 glass fronted offices, one glass fronted conference room, beautiful café style pantry and open space for 30+ desks.

    • 3,700 Sq Ft
    Small Office Suites In Nomad

    New York, New York

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    Creative loft space in Nomad for lease. Spaces feature exposed brick walls, exposed ceiling, hardwood floors, and glass fronted offices. Landlord will build to suit including exposed ceiling, hardwood...

    • 1100 Sq Ft

About Nomad

The NoMad neighborhood’s reputation precedes it. Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, the neighborhood’s clubhouses—and restaurants such as Delmonico’s, once patronized by Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde—functioned as premier gathering spaces for the political and intellectual elite. The area also housed some of the city’s top luxury hotels, a tradition carried on now by the likes of the Gansevoort Park and Ace Hotels. As a stop along Manhattan’s ever-evolving Silicon Alley and home to many of the city’s tech-centered office-spaces, NoMad lives up to its history as a place where intellect and innovation flourish.

By day…

The area also hosts three of the city’s top destinations, courtesy of chef Daniel Humm. His tasting menu at Eleven Madison Park draws acclaim, Michelin stars, and James Beard awards. Just across the park, NoMad and the more casual NoMad Bar—both located in the NoMad Hotel—earn frequent raves, doing right by the neighborhood’s name in the process.

By night…

If you want to dance the night away, sip a cocktail against a backdrop of the nomad-at-nightspectacular Manhattan skyline, or just experience NoMad’s vibrant nightlife
scene, look no further than the area’s many popular boutique hotels. You don’t have to book a room to enjoy the stunning views that the Gansevoort Park rooftop bar provides or the live music performances, DJ nights, and other events that are held regularly in the Ace Hotel lobby.