In the very heart of NoMad, where the elegance of uptown meets the energy of downtown, 277 Fifth Avenue soars toward the clouds.

Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, with luxuriously appointed interiors by Jeffrey Beers International, the commanding 55-story tower of 277 Fifth Avenue, offers 130 distinguished one to four-bedroom residences showcasing thrilling panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Flatiron Building, One World Trade, and beyond. With a distinguished Fifth Avenue-address and an ideal NoMad location at the epicenter of Manhattan’s most sought-after restaurants, parks, shops, and hotels, 277 Fifth Avenue residents are poised to enjoy the very essence of what makes living in New York extraordinary.

Interiors are graced with oversized windows and ceilings reaching ten feet, in addition to a selection of warm woods and elegant natural stones. This residential tower, with a light-filled suite of amenities, designed by Jeffrey Beers, spans two floors and offers residents carefully curated spaces for relaxation, socializing, and recreation with a lobby library featuring a double-height bookcase wall, an entertainment suite featuring a bar and private dining room with catering pantry, a fitness club opening onto the furnished Fifth Avenue Terrace, a games lounge, and a kids’ club.

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Grace Capobianco, CEO/Publisher of Downtown Media & Production was born to be a visionary. She has spent the majority of her life working, developing and marketing innovative media products that not only engage and inform but also bring entire communities together. Utilizing her personal vision as a professional guide, Grace started her first company, Tropical Publishing, when she was just 27 years old and from this moment on, she knew that entrepreneurship was her passion. On a perpetual quest to bring innovative and relevant news to communities, she also created, developed and published the first ever Chamber of Commerce magazine for the Palm Beaches, The South Florida Office Guide. Evolving within the realm of publishing, she moved on to launch Up The Coast magazine in the 1980’s, a guide to Jupiter, in north Florida, where the population aggrandized from 9,000 to more than 70,000 today, and then continued to hone in on niche markets with the launch of publications like Alternative Medicine and NewBeauty. Simultaneously, she launched ATSI, a telecommunications company, which sold Mitel and Siemens products to her publishing clients. The idea of Downtown Magazine NYC was born for Grace in the wake of the devastation of 9/11. A Lower Manhattan resident at this time, Grace saw firsthand the incredible sense of community the neighborhood had demonstrated during these trying times, as well as its immense strength and perseverance. She explored every angle of launching a magazine that would speak to this community but initially felt the timing was just too soon. It wasn’t until 2010 that Grace felt the community was ready to hear its voice and launched Downtown Magazine NYC.