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An iconic building, a great park, and a foodie's paradise.
Studio / 1 BR
16% Complete
4,050
2 Bedrooms
30% Complete
7,500
3 Bedrooms
40% Complete
10,000
4 Bedrooms
100% Complete
24,900

Good For
  • Professionals
  • Singles

 

What's around
  • 1403 Shops
  • 605 Restaurants
  • 33 Grocery stores/markets
  • 55 Banks
  • 169 Nightlife options
  • 290 Fitness options

 


PUBLIC TRANSITExcellent

WALKABILITYExcellent
Safety

The Flatiron District has a below average violent crime rate and an average property crime rate for New York City.

  what's this neighborhood like?

The Flatiron District is a tiny neighborhood in Manhattan named after the iconic triangular Flatiron Building, constructed in 1902. This area is home to a vibrant mix of office buildings, boutiques, department stores, famed restaurants, elegant brownstone homes, and new residential towers.

It's got a lot of offer. You can grab a burger from the original Shake Shack and enjoy the people watching as you hang out in Madison Square Park. Celebrity chef Mario Batali's popular Eataly market is a great place to shop for groceries or eat your way through all the food stalls. For more upscale dining options, try Gramercy Tavern and Eleven Madison Park. There are plenty of banks, pharmacies, dry cleaners, and other everyday conveniences within walking distance, and a number of subway lines make stops in this neighborhood, providing an easy commute downtown or uptown.

The Flatiron District is bordered on the north by NoMad, on the east by Gramercy Park, on the south by Greenwich Village, and on the west by Chelsea.

 

Commute:
Wall Street: 4 miles / 15-35 minutes by car / 25 minutes by transit
Rockefeller Center: 2 miles / 10-30 minutes by car / 15-20 minutes by transit
Jersey City: 10 miles / 25-45 minutes by car / 30 minutes by transit

Flatiron District New York City Neighborhood Photo
Local Flavor   Local Flavor
Eataly
Eataly 200 5TH AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10010 MAP
www.eataly.com/us_en/stores/new-york

Half food court, half market, this hub of Italian cuisine and goods by superchef Mario Batali is a foodie paradise.

Shake Shack
Shake Shack E 23RD ST & MADISON AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10010 MAP
www.shakeshack.com

The original location of the Shake Shack burger empire still draws a line a lunch time.

Madison Square Park
Madison Square Park ELEVEN MADISON AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10010 MAP
www.madisonsquarepark.org

This small park has great views of the surrounding buildings, benches to sit on while you enjoy a Shake Shack burger, and a dog run.

Gramercy Tavern
Gramercy Tavern 42 E 20TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10003 MAP
www.gramercytavern.com

This beloved restaurant, offering contemporary American cuisine, hasn't lost its appear after more than two decades in business.

Museum of Sex
Museum of Sex 233 5TH AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10016 MAP
www.museumofsex.com

It's a museum. About sex. And you can rent the space for a private event if you want.

Photo Credits: Thanks to @pizzaiololnyc, @sabinaswims, @nuigy@rolalaloves, and @the_wing_rider for your great photos of this neighborhood! 

 

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