Last Thursday, the real estate community came out in full force to celebrate the launch of sales at Madison House, the tallest residential building in NoMad.
The team behind the Broken Shaker at the Freehand Hotel served specialty cocktails at the Madison House sales gallery which features furniture by Molteni & C and custom millwork throughout.
Noteworthy guests included Douglas Elliman's Howard Lorber, Susan de Franca, and Karen Mansour, JD Carlisles's Evan Stein, Jurg Rehbein, and Fosun International's Matt Liang.
Standing 805 feet tall, Madison House is the tallest residential tower in NoMad, offering panoramic, picture-perfect views. Architecturally conceived from the inside-out, with exterior design by Handel Architects and interiors by Gachot Studios, each of the 199 luxuriously appointed homes features open and airy floorplans, corner windows, at least 11-foot ceilings and nine-foot doors. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing’s Leonard Inzirillo, Jacob Franco, Matthew Gulker, and Evan Shaffer will be the exclusive sales team for Madison House.
“As construction progresses and the façade is fully complete, we are excited to launch sales at Madison House and bring to market a truly special collection of residences,” said Jules Demchick, Chairman of JD Carlisle Development. “The floor to-ceiling windows, spacious floorplans and soaring ceilings in each residence creates an incredible sense of volume, while maximizing light, air and unobstructed views.”
Pricing for one-bedroom residences begin at $1.49M, with occupancy expected Fall 2020. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project.