Flatiron Real Estate
About Flatiron NYC
The Flatiron District, named after the Flatiron Building on 23rd Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue, is a small neighborhood in Manhattan. This neighborhood is host to amazing residential and commercial properties. The Flatiron District is bounded Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south, 28th Street to the north, 6th Avenue and Flatiron to the west and the Gramercy neighborhood to the east. This district is home to the offices of many publishers, advertising agencies and computer and web companies. Madison Square Park, next to the Flat Iron building, attracts many upscale residential buildings in the area. The neighborhood is becoming increasingly residential as more people discover the great location and gourmet restaurants that are in the Flatiron District.
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Flatiron Real Estate Guide
East Side - L, N, Q, W, 4, 5, 6, R Trains to 14 Street / Broadway : Union Square Station
West Side - A, C, E, L Trains to 14 Street / 8 Avenue Station
1, 2, 3 Trains to 14 Street / 7 Avenue Station
F, V, L Trains to 14 Street / 6 Avenue Station
The Chase Manhattan Bank at 248 Eighth Ave. near 22nd St.
The Commerce Bank at200 West 26th at Seventh Ave.
Citibank at 717 Sixth Ave. at 23rd Street.
The Old Flatiron Post Office, 217 W. 18th St., (800) 275-8777
NYPD 10th Precinct at 230 W. 20th St., 212-741-8211
Food Emporium, 200 E 32Nd St
Gristede's, 355 1St Ave
D'agostino Supermarkets, 550 2Nd Ave
Whole Foods Market, 250 7Th Ave
Fusionman Yves Rossy, not to be confused with Buzz Lightyear, successfully
crossed the English Channel today -- the first to do so in a solo flight
with jet-propelled wing. Rossy was dropped from a plane at 8,200 feet
and flew 22-miles in under 10 minutes from Calais to Dover. When asked
by National Geographic's Kathryn Liptrott if he was worried about risk,
Rossy replied, "I'm not worried about risk, I manage risk."
We've so gotta meet this guy. If you're looking to pick up one of these
jet powered carbon-fiber wings for your own unspeakable mischief, expect
to pay around the $190,000 mark. Rossy is eager to see these aviation
wonders catch on and has designs on forming a Red Arrows-style aerobatic
team one day.
4040 Club, 6 W 25Th St
Bungalow 8, 515 W 27Th St
Secret Lounge, 525 W 29Th St
Gotham City Improv, 48 W 21St St # 8
B Bar & Grill, 40 E. 4th St.
Knickerbocker Bar & Grill, 33 University Pl.
Flatiron Parks and Recreation:
New York’s premier entertainment attraction is located west of the Flatiron neighborhood. Visit the Flatiron Piers to get in a game of golf, bowling, skating, batting cages, or rock climbing. There are programs and camps for kids of all ages, including soccer, baseball, gymnastics, basketball, and more. The fitness center and deluxe spa attract thousands of visitors each day.
Flatiron Landmarks and History:
The district gets its name from the Flatiron building, the first steel-framed building, famous for its triangular shape and also the tallest building in the world in 1903.
Flatiron Area Scene:
If you travel to one neighborhood of New York City to look at art, you travel to Flatiron. Flatiron galleries are world famous for their interesting finds and shows of upcoming artists. Galleries line the west Flatiron streets between 20th and 28th Streets. Some of the most famous galleries include the Gagosian Gallery on West 24th, the Matthew Marks Gallery on West 22nd, and the Sonnabend on West 22nd. If you have a serious interest in art, plan a trip to visit all the galleries in Flatiron.
Average Age: 39
Median Income: $111,949