Inside The Madison Launch Event

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.

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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.

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NoMad's Madison House Launch Sales At $1.4 Million

Madison House, the residential tower in NoMad today launched sales for the public. With architecture by Handel Architects and interiors by Gachot Studios, Madison House is a striking addition to the Manhattan skyline rising to 805 feet.

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Each of the 199 modern residences at Madison House features open and airy floor plans, corner windows, 11-foot ceilings, 9-foot doors, and luxurious unobstructed views of the city.

“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 project has already topped out with occupancy expected Fall 2020. Pricing for one-bedroom residences begin at $1.4 million up to over $25 million for one of the four-bedroom penthouses with a private terrace.

Karen Mansour, Executive Vice President at Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, continues, “Madison House is uniquely positioned in the marketplace to offer true lasting value and has been meticulously planned to bring an unparalleled level of luxury to NoMad at a compelling price point.” 


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Inside 277 Fifth Avenue New Model Residence

Residents will enjoy exclusive access to two levels of curated amenities including a Lobby Library with a dramatic, double-height bookcase wall; entertaining suite with separate bar and kitchen pantry; private dining room; Kids’ Club; Games Lounge with custom ping pong table; Fitness Club with separate training/yoga studio as well as Men’s and Women’s Spa with steam/sauna rooms; and furnished Fifth Avenue Terrace.

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Corcoran Group Marketing Joins The NOMA Sales Team

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The NOMA a boutique collection of fifty-five condominium residences in a sculptural twenty-four-story neo-Bauhaus tower. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s creative and cultural NoMad neighborhood has just enlisted The Corcoran Group to collaborate with Alchemy Properties to assist in selling the remaining 50% of the building.

“We are excited to be collaborating with Corcoran Group Marketing and begin the final sell-out phase of the building,” said Alchemy Properties President and Founder, Kenneth Horn, “Our sales to-date has been exceptional, more than 50% of the inventory sold, and the brokerage and buying communities are excited about The NOMA. The building is a new model for luxury living in the NoMad neighborhood. Corcoran Group Marketing understands the value and potential of The NOMA and the neighborhood and will use their expertise to complement Alchemy Properties’ sales team efforts.” 

The building features 15 foot high ceilings capped with reclaimed wood, a custom gunmetal chandelier, limestone flooring, venetian plaster and leather upholstered walls showcase a warm industrial palette.

The lobby is doorman attended 24-hours a day, seven days a week. An extensive set of amenities and services are available to the residents at The NOMA, including a 120-foot wide landscaped residents’ terrace with multiple seating areas and an outdoor kitchen. Overlooking the terrace is a library and fitness center complete with state-of-the-art cardio equipment, free-weights, and a punching bag.

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Justin Davidson Scouts Iconic New York Landmarks from 277 Fifth Avenue

Justin Davidson, PhD, Pulitzer Prize winning architecture critic from New York Magazine, led over 90 guests through an architectural journey of New York City 55 stories in the air at 277 Fifth Avenue last Thursday, September 13th.

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Over 90 brokers and NYC photographers attended to catch a peek at the unique program which highlighted anecdotes and back stories on both iconic and little-known buildings across the city.

Davidson framed out birdseye views that can be seen from the full-floor penthouse, like Cass Gilbert’s Art Deco Met Life New York Life Building, the iconic Flatiron Building, Ellis Island and the nearby Empire State Building.

Guests enjoyed live music by Sterling Quartet, an electric string band that performed eclectic covers, refreshments from Blankslate Tea and catering by Mangia. 277 Fifth Avenue is a  striking, modern tower designed by internationally-acclaimed architect  Rafael Viñoly and developed by Victor Group and Lendlease. Jeffrey Beers International is responsible for the interiors. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. 

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