Name: The NOMA
Address: 50 West 30th Street
Developer: Alchemy Properties
Architect: FX Fowle
Size: 24 stories, 55 condos
Prices: available units from $1.425M
Sales and Marketing: Alchemy Properties
The NOMA, rising on the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 30th Street, is the next venture of Alchemy Properties, the firm remaking the top floors of the iconic Woolworth Building into high-end luxury condos. The 24-story "Neo-Bauhaus" tower designed by FX Fowle officially launched sales last week, bringing with it first interior renderings. Current availability in the building includes one- and two-bedroom units—the building will offer up three-bedroom units as well—that are asking from $1.425 million for a 696-square-foot 1BR/1BA to $2.985 million for a 1,310-square-foot 2BR/2.5BA.
The condos come with kitchens fitted with Miele appliance packages, pebble gray quartz counter tops, and honed-white marble back-splash, and bathrooms with finishes like custom walnut vanities with white marble countertops, and mosaic marble floors that are radiant heated. All apartments will have a Bosch washer and dryer.
Building residents will have access to a full floor of amenities that will include a landscaped terrace with a grill, a library, and a fitness center. The building will be attended 24-hours.
- Listings: 50 West 30th Street [Alchemy via StreetEasy]
- The NOMA [official]
- New Looks at Alchemy Properties’s 24-Story Midtown Condo [Curbed]