Madison House, the tallest residential building in NoMad, has officially topped out at 805 feet. Rising 62 stories, the tower is a refreshingly modern addition to the Manhattan skyline.
To mark the exciting building milestone, Madison House developers JD Carlise Development and Fosun International Limited officially announced the sales team for the project – Douglas Elliman’s Evan Shaffer, Matthew Gulker, Natalie Rakowski and Leonard Inzirillo – and hosted an event at the top of the building. When sales launch in September, Madison House will introduce 199 modern residences that feature 11-foot ceilings, 9-foot doors and luxurious unobstructed views of the city.
Located at 15 East 30th Street, Madison House immediately attracts attention with its striking architecture that was designed by Handel Architects, the global architecture firm known for their commanding buildings like the Museum of Arts & Design and Dream Downtown Hotel. The building’s exterior features an intricate yet sleek glass façade with white terra cotta boning. Gachot Studios are responsible for elegant interiors that will feature a mix of modern materials and warm finishes.
Madison Houses’ residences start at 150 feet above grade. The luxury homes are characterized by open and airy floorplans and feature 11-foot ceilings and nine-foot doors as well as large-paned, floor-to-ceiling corner windows. Floor to-ceiling glass windows will allow residents to admire the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings to the North, Madison Square Park to the South and vast panoramas of both the Hudson and East River’s.
Residents will also enjoy access to a diverse array of exclusive amenities: a grand double-height lobby, approximately 30,000 square feet of hotel-style amenities for wellness and leisure, including a 75-foot lap pool and cold plunge pool, a spa, gym, golf simulator, game room, and library. There is also a landscaped rooftop garden and private lounge with chef’s kitchen and dining room surrounded by jaw-dropping views.
Pricing will start at $1.55 million and will go up to more than $25 million.
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