For much of Manhattan's history the NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) neighborhood was once part of a notorious red light district called the Tenderloin. Today this small neighborhood is cleaned up and trendy, with new development and nightlife bringing in a crowd of creatives and professionals. Its streets are lined with elegant stone and brick apartment buildings, giant residential towers, small retail shops, and offices. In between you'll find cute cafes, trendy restaurants, and upscale hotels. Its central location makes it easy to get anywhere in Manhattan.
Wall Street: 4.5 miles / 10-25 minutes by car / 25-30 minutes by transit
Rockefeller Center: 1.5 miles / 10-20 minutes by car / 15-20 minutes by transit / 25 minutes by foot
Jersey City: 8 miles / 25-50 minutes by car / 30 minutes by transit
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