Welcome to Flatiron
A fast-paced and centrally located historic neighborhood in Manhattan.
Centrally located, the Flatiron District is defined by the iconic Flatiron Building — a landmark synonymous with New York City. This neighborhood is fast-paced during the day, as it’s a hub for commuters heading to work and home to many commercial businesses, but pleasantly calm and quiet during the evening hours and weekends.
With its proximity to Madison Square Park and anchored by Union Square, this thriving neighborhood offers dozens of things to do and features an understated sophistication that remains unparalleled in any other neighborhood. Offering luxury condominiums and apartments in renovated high-rises, the Flatiron District is a flourishing, conveniently located community in the heart of Manhattan.
What to Love
• The fast-paced lifestyle during the day transforms into a quiet, calm community at night
• Towering historic architecture considered works of art throughout the neighborhood
• Abundant dining options for all tastes around every corner
To live in the Flatiron District is to live in the most distinctive neighborhood of New York City. With its original skyscrapers, historic architecture, and luxury shopping and dining opportunities, there is nowhere better to settle down than in a thriving neighborhood. Locals love the convenient location with quick access to subway stations and offer a mix of commercial businesses and residential buildings. Former department stores offering luxury 3-bedroom condos line the main streets of the district and top celebrities call local highrises home. If a fast-paced, bustling lifestyle is what you’re after, the Flatiron District is for you.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Eataly Restaurant and Supermarket
is a chain of Italian supermarkets known for their incredible variety of baked goods, expansive food and beverage counters, retail items, and in-house cooking school. Located at 200 Fifth Avenue, this sprawling market is open for grocery shopping, gift shopping, dining opportunities, and the best cooking classes in the neighborhood. If you love food, treat your senses to a delicious visit to this can’t-miss destination!
is built around a California-inspired lifestyle and a global approach. This restaurant’s interior is a designer’s dream: from rich wood-paneled walls with bright white accents to sophisticated lush leather seating options, dining at Upland is a luxurious experience. Enjoy a curated dinner menu of three-course specialty dishes for two or make a reservation for brunch
on the weekend.
La Pecora Bianca
offers a relaxed dining atmosphere in the middle of a bustling district. Dine-in or dine out to enjoy the very best quality Italian food in a comfortable atmosphere. Their signature pasta is to die for and made fresh daily (try the rigatoni vodka, gramigna, or tagliatelle bolognese) and signature drinks are inspired by the traditional aperitivo hour on the “Piazza” in Italy.
Things to Do
Madison Square Park Conservancy
is a public green space in the heart of the Flatiron District. The park is home to over two acres of green space, including a dog park, playground, pathways, and public gardens to explore, event space, and an open-air museum. It is a community gathering place, a calming sanctuary in the middle of a bustling district, and completely managed and funded by members of the New York City community.
Visit the Flatiron Building
, a global beacon and one of New York City’s first skyscrapers built-in 1902. This stunning triangular-shaped building is at the beginning stages of a major renovation to bring this iconic structure into the 21st century — with plans designed to update the internal systems with energy efficiency in mind and establish a LEED-certified space, the Flatiron Building is getting ready to lead a new generation through an iconic district.
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