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About Flatiron District

For many, living in a neighborhood such as the Flatiron District can be a way to see New York City from a truly historical perspective. As one of the most iconic neighborhoods of the city, the Flatiron District is named after the central Flatiron Building. Because of its status as one of the city’s most significant skyscrapers, many are drawn to the ornate architecture that defines the important mid-20th century style.

The Flatiron Building isn’t the only thing that makes the neighborhood historical, though—Madison Square Park is also a timeless NYC classic, giving you the ability to take a quick stroll or have a more leisurely walk. Though the neighborhood in general is quite busy and active, being able to access Madison Square Park is a great break from the city noise, allowing residents to escape the crowds and relax. In addition to the historic statues and flowerbeds that make up the park, there is also the first ever Shake Shack, a location that allows anyone stopping by to have great food on their walk as well.

Shake Shack isn’t the only restaurant in the area that will give you delicious food, though. If you’re interested in a more upscale dining experience, Giorgio’s of Gramercy is a great destination if you want to eat some high-quality American food through a new lens. By reinventing classic comfort foods that many Americans known and love, Giorgio’s shows how the Flatiron District is one of the best places to eat all kinds of delicious food. If you happen to be interested in museums, there is a really great museum in this neighborhood called the National Museum of Mathematics that not only has some of the most groundbreaking exhibits, but you’ll surely learn something you’ve never known before! Those looking for theatrical pursuits will be glad to know that the Gramercy Theatre always has something going on, making the neighborhood a great place for the arts as well.