9 E 30th St Unit F

New York, NY 10016

NoMad
Studio Studio $2,350
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About 9 E 30th St New York, NY 10016

Sun-filled studio in prime location. Elevator, doorman, laundry Renovated bathroom NO BROKER's FEE Text or Email Wallis for access: 508.221.4154

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Time and Distance from 9 E 30th St New York, NY 10016

Transit / Subway Walk Distance
Transit / Subway Walk Distance
6 min 0.3 mi
6 min 0.3 mi
6 min 0.3 mi
7 min 0.4 mi
7 min 0.4 mi
Airport Drive Distance
Airport Drive Distance
17 min 8.4 mi
24 min 15.9 mi
27 min 17.2 mi
Commuter Rail Walk Distance
Commuter Rail Walk Distance
13 min 0.7 mi
13 min 0.7 mi
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
Parks and Recreation Drive Distance
3 min 0.7 mi
4 min 0.8 mi
4 min 1.0 mi
4 min 1.1 mi
5 min 1.2 mi
Military Bases Drive Distance
Military Bases Drive Distance
13 min 6.6 mi
31 min 11.6 mi
23 min 11.8 mi
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Neighborhood - NoMad

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NoMad

NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) is a historic neighborhood in Manhattan, between Chelsea and Kips Bay. NoMad begins at the park and extends to West 30th Street. Like most NYC neighborhoods, NoMad is very pedestrian-friendly with easy access to the subway, cabs, and buses. This small neighborhood is packed with restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, nightclubs, and hotels. The historic district contains nearly 100 buildings, many dating back to around 1870.

Madison Square Park became a public space in 1686. It served as a potter’s field (a common grave for the poor) during the 1700s. In the 1800s, it was used as an arsenal for the US Army. Finally, in 1847, it became a park and was named for President James Madison. In 1832, the first Madison Square Garden was built at the corner of 26th Street and Madison Avenue. Before it moved uptown, it was the site of Ringling Brothers circuses, theatrical performances, and the site of the 1924 Democratic National Convention.

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