Mayor Eric Adams, Giancarlo Stanton, Julianne Hough, Famke Janssen, Shea Marie, Lexi Wood, Ja Rule, Fabolous and more at Richie Akiva’s The Ned NoMad One Year

Mayor Eric Adams, Giancarlo Stanton, Julianne Hough, Famke Janssen, Shea Marie, Lexi Wood, Ja Rule, Fabolous and more at Richie Akiva’s The Ned NoMad One Year

Richie Akiva's The Ned NoMad celebrated their one-year anniversary on June 8th, 2023. Hosted by Richie Akiva, the enchanted evening kicked off with flowing Moet Chandon champagne, stations featuring caviar delights, oysters, lobster rolls, and a bevy of passed hors d'oeuvres showcasing The Ned's chef favorites. The ceiling was filled with gold-inspired metallic balloons, sheer metallic drapery, and disco ball accents while jazz performers welcomed guests. Beautifully costumed dancers featuring champagne dresses, gold glitter ensembles, and extravagant headpieces rotated the room and performed on platforms, with a look and style inspired by the 1920s Era Ziegfeld Follies showgirls. 

The Ned NoMad hotel and membership club located in the historic NoMad district had members and invited VIP guests celebrating in the main level club atrium, The Library, The Dining Room, the main bar, and then late night The Magic Room capped off the evening's festivities. Engaged attendees enjoyed flowing libations and engaging music kept partygoers on the dancefloor all evening long for an epic celebration, which featured headlining surprise performances by iconic hip hop artists Fabolous and Ja Rule back to back, introduced by Akiva who also emceed the evening at his posh members' establishment. Earlier in the night, The Ned's resident comedian, Mike Young, showcased a guest comedy set highlighted by Fallon show late-night regulars Ryan Reiss, Jourdain Fisher, and Sam Woolf. After the engaging comedy sets, illusionist Elliot Zimet wowed the crowd with his white dove magic performance, as birds literally would appear in his hands and disappear into handkerchiefs.
VIPS in attendance included Mayor Eric AdamsJa RuleFabolous, Fat Joe, Famke JanssenJulianne HoughGiancarlo Stanton (NY Yankees), Davis Burleson, Lexi Wood, Kaylee Russelman, Shea Marie, Fatima Cuellar, Madeline Danzberger, Khadija Cherkani, Christa B. Allen, Imaan Hammam, Rachel Winters, Elliot Zimet, Mike Young, Jourdain Fisher, Sam Woolf, Jus Ske, Bloody Dior, Bloody Osirus, Badius, Fish Money, Michael Braun, Helly Nahmad, Shawn Pecas, Jason Binn, TJ Atoms, Jeremey Tahari, Sergio Farias, Honey Bxby, and Giveon, among many others. Various deejays also performed throughout the evening, with DJ Stacks closing down the after-party in the Magic Room.  
The Ned NoMad helmed by Akiva, has become the hottest members club and hotel in New York City, centered in the bustling NoMad district, with VIPS regularly rotating through its beautiful facade and bold glass doors. From Rihanna to Gigi Hadid, Drake to Anna Wintour, Dave Chappelle to Robin Thicke, Heidi Klum to Irina Shayk, Vanessa Hudgens to Kristen Stewart, The Ned regularly hosts the hottest performers and established industry notables, offering a welcoming environment and sophisticated haven for its members and hotel guests, with sprawling rooftop views of The Empire State Building.

About The Ned NoMad

The Ned NoMad helmed by Richie Akiva is a sophisticated hotel and members' club located in the heart of New York's historic North Madison district of Manhattan. The Ned NoMad, part of the Membership Collective Group, opened its doors in June 2022 in The Johnston Building, named after the original owner, Caroline A. Johnston. The first "The Ned' outpost opened in the UK in 2017, a concept created by Soho House founder Nick Jones. The New York property is led by global hospitality entrepreneur Richie Akiva, where he has teamed up with MCG Executive Chairman Ron Burkle to establish The Ned in the U.S. The Ned NoMad includes 'Ned's Club,' their exclusive member's club featuring a rooftop bar and terrace restaurant, all evoking 1920s glamor, with members' spaces such as The Library Room, The Atrium, The Dining Room, The Snug, The Magic Room, The Ned bar and more, plus 167 beautifully restored bedrooms, the Little Ned two-level pub and a Cecconi's Restaurant. Built in 1903, the limestone façade and original architectural features will be honored, with interiors designed and directed by the Soho House Design team, inspired by the existing Beaux-Arts style. Visit their website for membership and hotel information, www.thenednomad.com. Their newest Washington D.C. location has just been announced, following the recent opening of The Ned Doha. Follow @TheNedNoMad @RichieAkiva

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