Designed by acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, New York, NoMad are situated 500 feet in the sky, atop the famed luxury hotel brand’s newest hotel in Manhattan at the intersection of 28th Street and Broadway. Developed by Flag Luxury Group, there are just 16 one- and two-bedroom turnkey penthouse residences on floors 40 through 43, with custom interiors and a vast array of Ritz-Carlton signature services. There are four distinct floorplans to choose from and penthouse Owners have the ability to stay for up to 120 nights per year, with the option to have their residences managed by The Ritz-Carlton when not in use.
Developed By Flag Luxury Group
BrokerDouglas Elliman Real Estate
About The Ritz-Carlton Residences, New York, NoMad
With projects like 432 Park Avenue and 277 Fifth Avenue, architect Rafael Viñoly is no stranger to crafting masterpiece buildings in Manhattan. In this case, Viñoly implemented a sleek and elongated design constructed of glass, steel frame, and precast concrete, soaring over 500 feet in the sky with a five-story podium that hosts a landscaped garden, the hotel’s entry, restaurants Zaytinya and The Bazaar, and several event spaces.
The trendy neighborhood of NoMad in the Madison Square North Historic District is known for its hipster vibes and mix of culture and cool factor. There’s no shortage of shops and restaurants like Joe Bastianich’s Eataly market, Eleven Madison Park, and nearby Koreatown . NYC mainstays such as the Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, the National Arts Club, and the exclusive residential area of Gramercy Park match the mix of history and modernity that The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad personifies.
Penthouse residences range from 911 to 1,848 square feet, and each home is appointed with ceilings up to 10 feet high, white oak floors, custom millwork, and oversized picture windows that administer ample natural light and allow for panoramic views of Manhattan. Kitchen spaces feature honed white quartzite counters and backsplashes, custom glass cabinetry, and appliances by Miele, including dual-zone wine storage. The spa bathrooms are finished with Italian-imported Bardiglio Nuvolato marble, a custom terrazzo double sink, a deep soaking tub by Duravit, and a separate rain shower. Buyers have the option to purchase penthouses with fully customized interiors.
Amenities at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, New York, NoMad echo the prestigious services that the iconic brand is renowned for. A curated spa and wellness center provides eight treatment rooms and changing rooms with saunas, relaxation lounges, and steam rooms. The 24-hour fitness center is furnished with Peloton bikes and offers personal trainers upon request. Residents can access the hotel’s 10,000-square-foot event venue including a grand ballroom with 17-foot ceilings. On the expansive roof terrace is one of the highest rooftop bars in Downtown Manhattan, accompanied by two outdoor terraces with spectacular views of the Empire State Building and Manhattan skyline. Michelin-starred chef José Andrés curated the rooftop bar’s menu and operates his Zaytinya and Bazaar restaurants within the building, along with the menu for in-residence dining options for Owners. Other services that can be requested through the concierge include restaurant reservations , housekeeping, transportation arrangements, and valet parking.
- 24hr Doorman
- Bike Storage
- Catering Kitchen
- Conference Room
- Fitness Center
- Grand Ballroom
- Hotel Services
- Private Dining
- Private Event Space
- Steam Room
- Valet Parking
- Wine Storage
Surrounded by iconic New York views, guests can watch the setting sun cast a warm glow over the skyline as the city transitions from day to night. Imagine a home not only defined by sophisticated style and luxurious finishes, but equipped to deliver legendary Ritz-Carlton service. From concierge services and in-residence dining to a dedicated residential management team, a lifestyle of privacy and comfort awaits.
Located at the corner of 79th Street and within the landmark West End-Collegiate Historic District, 393 West End is the work of development firm Rabina, who transformed the iconic Upper West Side prewar building into a collection of 75 one- to four-bedroom residences, many with views of the Hudson River. These homes’ elegant, warm tones draw inspiration from French design elements. Award-winning architecture and design practice CetraRuddy led the redesign, placing an emphasis on preserving the historic charm while incorporating contemporary conveniences.