NoMad Hotels announces first residential project

NoMad Hotels announces first residential project

Rendering of NoMad Residences Wynwood [Credit: Imerza]

US: NoMad Residences Wynwood in Miami marks the first residential project from NoMad Hotels and its parent company Sydell Group.

NoMad Residences Wynwood is being jointly developed by Related Group and Tricap. The nine-storey property will include 329 fully furnished apartments, with buyers able to lease out their units as short-term rental homes.

Food and beverage offerings include a rooftop restaurant and mixology bar, The NoMad Bar, led by Sydell’s VP of F&B Leo Robitschek. A ground floor open-kitchen concept Casa Tua Cucina, will serve Italian and Mediterranean cuisine.

Other amenities include a pool and sundeck with private cabanas on the roof, an indoor-outdoor fitness lounge, and The NoMad Library and Lounge on the ninth floor which will host activities, events and shared workspaces.

Andrew Zobler, CEO at Sydell Group, said: “Our team is known for creating unique hotels that feel like home and tell stories of their neighbourhoods. As our first fully residential experience, we intend for the NoMad Residences Wynwood to become central to our residents’ life stories and set a new bar for condominium living.”

Jon Paul Pérez, president of Related Group, said: “There is no brand better suited for Wynwood. Each NoMad Hotel embraces and elevates its surrounding communities with an artistic spirit that fuels excitement, energy and growth. Along with our partners at Tricap and NoMad, we are set to deliver the only residential experience worthy of this incredible neighbourhood.”

David Edelstein, principal at Tricap, added: “There are no compromises here. Between the unmatched location, The NoMad Bar, Casa Tua, the first-class amenities, and exclusive thoughtful offerings, the NoMad Residences Wynwood sets the standard for all future residential concepts in the area.”

Groundbreaking of NoMad Residences Wynwood is planned for the fourth quarter of 2022.

When open, the residences will join NoMad hotels in London, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The group’s flagship property in New York closed permanently last year.

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