Nomad District Becomes More Accessible; New Forum and Information Center Launches
New York, NY, May 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- As of today, visitors and locals have a definitive, single source for the latest NoMad District news, event information and deals ExperienceNoMad.com guides tourists and locals around the historic NoMad area and makes them aware of all the latest shopping, eating, and entertainment offerings in the neighborhood. The site has been created as a tool for local businesses, enabling them to engage in new, targeted networking and promotional opportunities. The new site also helps residents build a community in one of the City’s true 24/7 live/work neighborhoods, by providing all of the resources and essentials for daily living.
The re-launch contains these special features:
· A detailed calendar of local events.
· A constantly updated blog with development and event news as well as articles about the neighborhood’s storied past.
· Video and interview profiles of local leaders.
· A directory of local, creative, tech, and all other businesses in NoMad.
· A map directory of all points of interest -- ranging from modern day hotspots to historical locations.
· A listing of all residential buildings in NoMad.
ExperienceNoMad.com highlights the dramatic changes that have occurred in an area that was, until recently, a forgotten area of New York. NoMad was once the center of City life in the Gilded Age, and the area from 23rd to 30th Street, Sixth to Lexington Avenue had some tough times until the renovation of Madison Square Park in 2001. Since then the area has seen an influx of brand-named businesses, pace-setting hotels, prime residential developments, and a renowned restaurateurs serving up world-class cuisine in some of the most stunning spaces. The growth of the area continues unabated.
Increasingly the NoMad area is being recognized as a highly desirable area in which to live, with condos at $2,500 a square foot. Businesses such as Sony and Vera Wang have recognized the area’s accessibility to all parts of the city and the wonderful environment the area is for their employees.
Tourists are drawn to the unique offerings in NoMad, especially Eataly, the great places to hear jazz, the Ace and NoMad Hotels, and 11 Madison Park, one of the world’s great restaurants of the world.
At this critical juncture in NoMad’s development, ExperienceNoMad.com is here to chronicle these changes and help the area and its people capitalize on the new energies of the area.