A week after we got our first look inside Morris Adjmi’s Nomad condo, sales are now underway on the 40-story, Gothic architecture-inspired building. The condo features just one and two-bedroom homes, aside from the penthouse, and prices here start at $1.65 million.
The building, located at 30 East 31st Street, will bring a total of 42 new apartments to the neighborhood, but so far only six apartments have come on the market, according to StreetEasy. Prices on those range from $1.75 million and go up to $12 million for the building’s penthouse. In terms of square footage, these apartments range from 866 square feet and go up to 3,354 square feet for the condo’s penthouse.
Some of the standout features of the apartments here include the floor-to-ceiling windows, the European oak floors, appliances by Bosch, Wolf and Sub-Zero in the kitchen, Calacatta marble walls in the master bathroom, and each unit her comes with its own washer and dryer.
As for amenities, they include a fitness center, a private dining room with a kitchen, a residents lounge which features a limestone fireplace, and a garden, among others.
This project came about after developers Ekstein Development Group and Pinnacle Group purchased the early 20th century parish house of Madison Avenue Baptist Church for $15.6 million, a few years ago. That was eventually demolished to make way for the condo. Construction got underway in 2015, and is expected to be complete sometime in 2019. Sales on the project are being handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. Checkout some floorplans below: