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The neighborhood nicknamed the “Flatiron district” comes from the one of the city’s most recognizable buildings located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway at 23rd Street. The Flatiron building itself is a landmark New York City symbol renowned for its distinctive triangular shape and beautiful Beaux-Arts style architecture. Next to both the Gramercy and Chelsea neighborhoods, this part of the city is a major hub for public transportation, restaurants, and nightlife. It is a short stroll to the Union Square Green Market, a year-round open-air farmer’s market.

At one point primarily commercial, the residential housing market in the Flatiron has become highly competitive due to limited availability. Newer luxury high-rises provide amenities-rich buildings with gyms, pools, and other residents-only features. Madison Square Park provides a 2-acre public green space popular for its dog-friendly areas and local eateries in the heart of this dynamic and bustling spot.

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