New York is home to some of the world’s most incredible architecture, but no neighborhood comes close to the buildings you’ll find in NoMad. From ornate 18th century buildings converted into modern office space to new construction, NoMad is home to a wealth of architectural diversity unlike that you’ll find in any other neighborhood. Among NoMad’s standouts, however, is 277 Fifth Avenue, a Rafael Viñoly-designed luxury tower boasting views of some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Empire State Building. In addition to its posh address, the building’s one- to three-bedroom homes, designed by famed interior architect Jeffrey Beers, also have semi-private entryways, making them ideal for anyone who values their privacy. Luckily, for those times when you want to socialize, it’s also home to a lobby library, entertaining suite and bar, and kids’ club, all perfect for mixing and mingling with your neighbors.