The Ned NoMadNew York’s new networking hub.

The Ned NoMadNew York’s new networking hub.

With an ornate limestone facade, walnut wall panels and sweeping marble floors, the Beaux-Arts-era Johnston Building that houses The Ned NoMad has the kind of original features that most hotels can only dream of. Like its London counterpart, The Ned NoMad is part-hotel and part-members’ club, and its plush hospitality spaces have been designed to accommodate an always-networking crowd. Members can enjoy a rooftop lounge and access to a library bar, a snug and the Atrium, a restaurant that serves a menu by executive chef Brian VanderGast. Additionally, guests benefit from access to Cecconi’s, a classic Italian restaurant, and Little Ned—a bar with 1920’s-style booth seating.

The Ned NoMad
1170 Broadway, 
New York, 
NY 10001, 
United States

ISSUE 52

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