Flatiron District
With its historic cast-iron buildings and the iconic Madison Square Park, the unofficial commercial district of downtown Manhattan buzzes around the clock, attracting shoppers and corporate types during the day and revelers when the sun goes down.
About Flatiron District
19,152
People live in Flatiron District
$177,843
Avg. Household Income
39
Avg. Age
Named after the iconic Flatiron Building, this neighborhood is, perhaps, the most central location in downtown New York. Sandwiched between Union Square, Gramercy Park, and Chelsea, locals and tourists head to Flatiron’s main thoroughfare, Fifth Avenue, for an impressive selection of contemporary brands, big box retailers, subway access, endless dinner options, and a walk through Madison Square Park. An influx of luxury condominium developments and trendy hotels have recently opened as well, bringing in a new wave of young professionals to the area. Flatiron is one of the neighborhoods that truly embodies “the city that never sleeps.”
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