Around Every Corner, a New Day
Madison House, a dramatic and shimmering tower designed by Handel Architects in the heart of NoMad, residences start 150 feet up and feature corner exposures, presenting each residence with unique and compelling views.
The Madison House facade evokes the corded formations of natural basalt and plays off the setback architecture of surrounding landmarks. Residents experience direct contact with the extraordinary cityscape—with 11-foot ceilings and nary a column in sight.
From 30th Street, enter a majestic garden-framed lobby that transitions residents from the excitement of NoMad to gracious living. The 24-hour concierge offers a warm welcome.
Overhead in the lobby, sculptural lighting echoes the pattern of dragonfly wings, signaling Madison House’s place in the heart of the design district. This is a building where special care has been taken, from the artwork in the foyer to the garden terraces of the double-height penthouses.
Amenities That Make Madison House More Than a Home
Gachot brings its experience with international hotel design to Madison House’s 30,000 square feet of club style amenities spaces.
A sculptural ribbon creates a stylish crest over the 75-foot, multi-lane pool. With diffused lighting, the tiled and brass-accented spa sanctuary also includes a hot tub, cold plunge, sauna and lounge area.
A full 120 feet above street level, the gym and club enjoy an abundance of natural light. Above the double-height gym, with oak floors and walnut-wood paneled walls, find the fun of a children’s playroom, billiards room and golf simulator.
The Gachot-designed club area, with double-height ceilings, offers a place to enjoy a book or share a cocktail with friends. The oak floors, wood-paneled wet bar, and fireplaces bring to mind the elegance of historic Madison Park’s mansion living.
Warm carpets, lighting, and paneling over the 12-foot doors deliver a high-design experience.