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15 East 26th Street
15 Madison Square North, NoMad, Manhattan, NY 10010

Pre-war Condo

69 units
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  • 69 residences
  • 20 stories
  • BUILT 1912

The Details About 15 East 26th Street

The top twelve stories of a magnificent neoclassical loft building have been transformed into one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom residences situated in a choice location at the head of Madison Square Park, a neighborhood full of energy, classic sophistication, and charm. The apartments feature high ceilings and exquisite interiors plus a full spectrum of sweeping city views. 15 Madison Square ...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Central air
  • Exercise room

15 Madison Square North Units

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Get to know NoMad

Covering the northern third of Madison Square Park up to 30th Street and stretching across the west and east sides from Sixth Avenue to Lexington, NoMad has undergone many changes in its time. But its iconic buildings, constructed in styles ranging from Beaux-Arts to Romanesque Revival to English Gothic Revival, still call back to history. Of course, Madison Square Park is an attractive green space that is an inextricable part of the area. Restoration efforts helped spur residential development and the arrival of high-fashion businesses and trendy nightlife, making today’s park the cornerstone of a bustling neighborhood. The NoMad area was once a stopping point for those either entering or departing Manhattan, and today it fittingly sits on the fulcrum of many other neighborhoods. Chelsea, Flatiron, and Gramercy are right next door, and subway service on the N, Q, R, W, and 6 lines can get you anywhere you need to go.

NoMad Neighborhood Guide