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In Nomad, gleaming 800-foot condo building will launch sales this fall

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The building at 15 East 30th Street is designed by Handel Architects, with interiors by Gachot Studio

A group of tall skyscrapers including the Chrysler Building. Renderings by DBOX

Nomad’s skyscraper boom continues apace, with several new structures planned or already popping up in the area just north of Madison Square Park.

The building known as Madison House, located at 15 East 30th Street and developed by JD Carlise Development and Fosun International Limited, falls into the latter category: The condo tower has been steadily rising for more than a year and has already topped out; now, the developers are releasing more details about the project in advance of a fall sales launch.

The 805-foot tower, designed by Handel Architects, will have 199 apartments ranging in price from $1.55 million for the smallest units, up to $25 million for four-bedroom penthouses. Those will have interiors by Gachot Studios, which also designed the apartments at the Sterling Mason; they’ll have “a mix of modern materials and warm finishes,” according to the developer, along with floor-to-ceiling windows that highlight stellar views of the Manhattan skyline.

As for amenities, those will also be plush: Residents will have access to a 75-foot pool, a gym, a library, and a landscaped roof garden, among other perks. Sales will be handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing.

Madison House is one of a handful of gleaming new towers on the rise in Nomad, including Rafael Viñoly’s 277 Fifth Avenue; 262 Fifth Avenue, a planned supertall designed by Russian firm Meganom; and the Rockefeller Group’s Rose Hill, underway on East 29th Street.

It was also previously at the center of a fight with residents of a nearby condo building, who complained that the new tower would block their views. The project was ultimately allowed to move forward.