Inside a $13.8 Million Apartment in NYC’s Buzzy NoMad Neighborhood – Robb Report

One of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods just got a luxurious new listing.

Located on the 58th floor of Madison House, the tallest residential building in NoMad, the 3,391-square-foot condo offers breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and the city’s skyline. The space has four bedrooms and just over four bathrooms (yes, it’s possible), and also has 10-foot windows that give you unobstructed views of Manhattan — all for $13.8 million.

The exceptional residence was designed by the luxury furniture and design company DDC, who have also furnished the interiors of Madison House with Minotti designs. You can buy the apartment fully furnished for an additional $350,000. However, the custom cabinets designed by Gachot Studios come with the kitchen next to an accentuating Calacatta Borghini marble waterfall and backsplash. Gaggenau appliances such as a hob, combi-steam oven, fridge, double fan oven and wine fridge also make up the kitchen space to whip up meals in no time.

A look at the apartment during sunset.

Evan Joseph/Madison House

Living and dining areas, at the end of the foyer, offer you beautiful views as you relax and dine. Elsewhere, a walk-in closet separates the living room from the primary bedroom suite. The latter, of course, has an en-suite bathroom, decked out with Bianco Dolomiti marble on the walls and underfloor heating. Platinum matt Dornbracht fittings accentuate the washbasin, next to a Kaldewei bath and a Durivit toilet. The house even features 5-inch white-oak floors and 9-foot solid walnut doors that add to its elegant appeal.

Next to the entrance hall is a striking powder room that rounds off the luxurious offerings of the house. Inside, you’ll find carved Calacatta Nuevo and Absolute black marble walls. Both are complimented by a Gachot-designed custom vanity with Dornbracht fixtures.

Those familiar with NoMad, or Madison Square North, will note that Madison House is fairly new to the area. Construction on the building was completed this spring and residents began moving in in March. It is the brainchild of JD Carlisle Development and Fosun International, with 199 units spanning 62 floors. Handel Architects was brought in to co-design the lobby with Gachot Studios, which in addition to detailing the home also helped design the amenities that make up 30,000 square feet of hotel-like offerings, from wellness to leisure.

Madison House Private Lounge

The private lounge is decked out in luxurious marble finishes.

Nicole Franzen/Madison House

A few of the rooms available to residents include a double-height private lounge, a private dining room with seating for 14 and a wood-panelled kitchen, meeting room, lounge and card room, reading room, gymnasium and gym for yoga. /pilates, complete with its own salon. In addition, on the 6th floor you will find a sports and billiards lounge, a golf simulator and a children’s room. The building’s spa level, meanwhile, is great for relaxation with access to a 75-foot steam room, sauna, plunge pool, hot tub, and lap pool.

“The bright and inviting interior of Madison House is a calming retreat in the heart of New York City and provides the ideal flexible backdrop for contemporary urban life,” said Christine Gachot, founder of Gachot Studios. “When it comes to design, our most critical consideration is how the space will make someone feel comfortable – at home.”

Contact fellow listing agents Leonard Inzirillo and Jacob Franco of Douglas Elliman to make the panoramic residence your own.

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Madison House dining area with a view

Evan Joseph/Madison House

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