A genuine New York architectural icon, the Flatiron Building’s three facades stand amongst many other notable landmarks of the skyscraper era. While the area was primarily commercial, residential rezoning and development over the past three decades has made the Flatiron District distinct from its neighbors, and put it in high demand amongst buyers. This neighborhood offers the full range of Manhattan life: buildings range from quaint to colossal and streets go from crowded in the afternoon to quiet in the evening.
The Vibe
A more modern neighborhood in Manhattan. The real-estate was mainly sought after from media company’s, restaurants, photographers, seeking cheap rent prices.
Bragging Rights
Birthplace of Teddy Roosevelt, and home of the recently renovated Madison Square Park.
Mainly high-rise buildings developed in the 80’s for commercial real-estate.
Best Kept Secret
Flatiron was formerly known as the “Toy District,” but realtors wanted a more attractive name for the area once residential development spiked.
By Day
A bustling district filled with corporate types and tourists looking for a good lunch.
By Night
A great area to to enjoy nightclubs and fine dining along historic 23rd Street.