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The new nomadic lifestyle: Luxury real estate and restaurants take over Nomad

When 212 Fifth Avenue was first completed in 1912, it made history for the innovative steel skeleton that supported its impressive height. Over a century later, Helpern Architects restored and converted the early skyscraper into a 48-residence development that preserved the building’s classic style while providing unparalleled luxury homes in the historic Madison Square Park neighborhood. These NoMad condos offer everything from high-end finishes and appliances to oversized windows with views of Manhattan landmarks like the Flatiron Building and One World Trade. And, with all the shopping, eating, and entertainment that NoMad has to offer right outside its front door, 212 Fifth Avenue represents some of the best living in the iconic 212 area code.

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When 212 Fifth Avenue was first completed in 1912, it made history for the innovative steel skeleton that supported its impressive height. Over a century later, Helpern Architects restored and converted the early skyscraper into a 48-residence development that preserved the building’s classic style while providing unparalleled luxury homes in the historic Madison Square Park

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