Sophistication with a view, wrapped in luxe living. This ideal could soon be yours once the new 55-story condo structure at 277 Fifth Avenue is complete. Imagine breathtaking views of Downtown Manhattan in every direction, paired with an ideal NoMad location near your favorite parks and dining destinations.
Oh, and did we mention brunch? NYC’s NoMad neighborhood offers an abundance of brunch options, some easily within walking distance. Walk over to iIlili for Mediterranean-infused meals such as zaatar eggs benedict with roasted tomatoes, Lebanese pancakes with fruit and orange syrup, or baked eggs with lamb sausage. For brunch with a view, try 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar’s brunch buffet, served outdoors alongside New York’s largest rooftop garden area. The weekend buffet features traditional brunch fare, including an omelet station, fried chicken, or eggs benedict. This restaurant also has a fully enclosed penthouse area and outdoor heat stations for when the weather gets a tad chilly. La Pecora Bianca, one of Zagat’s “best brunch spots in NYC,” is also just a short walk from 277 Fifth Avenue. This Italian restaurant tucked within the Saint James building offers brunch delights such as avocado or smoked-salmon toast, ricotta and lemon pancakes, and a decadent French toast with bananas and walnuts, along with a classic brunch bellini or bloody Mary. The menu also includes homemade pork sausage and several frittata options, as well as baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce for a delicious Italian twist.
Walk off your meal with a stroll over to Madison Square Park. Check out the park’s ever-changing art and sculptures on display or simply enjoy the view of the seasonal hydrangeas, tulips, and daffodils.