Located at on the corner of 30th and 6th, The NOMA is a collection of 55 condominium residences in a 24-story Neo-Bauhaus tower.
Situated nicely in the heart of NoMad, known to be Manhattan’s creative and cultural neighborhood, The NOMA design is highly influenced by the neighborhood’s reputation as an epicenter for artistes.
Designed by renowned architects FXFOWLE, The NOMA’s intention is to modernize classic forms inspired by the Bauhaus with daring architecture. This is evident when one sees the banded glass-and-brick façade that commands attention away from other buildings in the neighborhood.
Layouts range from one- to three-bedroom configurations. All designs blend comfort with style. There is a wonderful mix of modern design that utilizes sleek lines and the warm materials of classic design. Huge living spaces feature oversized windows with metal framing that spew natural light along white oak floors. Many of the residences enjoy amazing city views and a private outdoor space.
The lobby sports a 15-foot high ceiling with reclaimed wood, a custom gunmetal chandelier, limestone flooring, Venetian plaster and leather upholstered walls. It’s attended by a doorman 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The building includes amenities well appreciated by New Yorkers, such as a 125-foot wide landscaped residents’ terrace with tress and flowering plants as well as multiple seating areas, a dining table and an outdoor grill.
Overlooking the terrace is a library and fitness center. The library offers residents a quiet place to read a newspaper or watch a movie. The fitness center is equipped with high-tech cardio equipment, free-weights and a vintage punching bag. The columns are wrapped in leather, and the ceiling is outfitted with warm reclaimed wood, making it fit the overall design of the building.
If you’re looking for comfortable, hassle free living in Manhattan’s creative neighborhood be sure to take a look at The Noma.