On the north side of Madison Square Park, the NoMad District is emerging as a hub for retail, creative, and tech companies. The district’s name, No (North) Mad (Madison Square), was coined by the New York Times shortly after establishing the Madison Square Park North Historic District.
In recent years, this Midtown South neighborhood has driven top companies to the area because of it’s high foot traffic and easy transportation.
Through it’s renovations, Madison Square Portfolio has revived two historical buildings to offer much of the same; a unique work space for retail, creative, and tech companies.
13-15 West 27th St
Whether you’re looking for coworking spaces or a single office, has undergone a huge rebranding process that has completely renovated this NoMad real estate building.
Total Space: 65,578 SF
Height: 11 Stories
Building Name: The Beaux-Arts Office Building
- Pondicheri, Indian Restaurant
- Fernando Romero Enterprise, Global Architecture and Design Firm
13-15 West 27th St in the News:
Positioned in between “Ave of the Americas” and “Broadway”, 45 W 27th St was once the Prohibition Enforcement Headquarters. Recently, the property has grabbed attention by adding Oscar Wilde’s, a new Victorian-era styled pub.
The exterior of the building features beautiful architecture and landmark facades, while the interior offers numerous commercial loft spaces.
Total Space: 66,797 SF
Height: 12 Stories
Neighborhood: Midtown South
- Oscar Wilde’s, Victorian-Era Styled Pub