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North of Madison Square Park, Nomad is an evolving neighborhood that has come to define itself over the past couple of decades. After a renewal, it’s now characterized by the trendy shops and restaurants that now mingle with Beaux-Arts architecture of yesteryear. Naturally, Madison Square Park — not to be confused with Madison Square Garden, though the histories of the two are intrinsically related — is just to the neighborhood’s south, which offers an excellent swathe of public greenery.
Nomad’s quick pace can be attributed to its location at the confluence of midtown and downtown, informed by the latter’s tendency towards the casual and trendy, and former’s definitive high energy. By example, Nomad borders artistic Chelsea and the cool Flatiron District on its western and eastern borders respectively.