Welcome to Flatiron
With its central location, Flatiron is great for those who want a little bit of everything. Bustling daytime transit dissipates into relaxed evening strolls as Flatiron bends to be energetic when you want it, and peaceful when you don’t.
Things to do in Flatiron
Centered around lush Madison Square Park, the Flatiron District is a dynamic hub of food, shopping and culture rivaling that of prominent neighbors like Chelsea and Union Square. It’s an area filled with exciting history too, some of which remains visible today.
Its name comes from the Flatiron Building, a historic skyscraper that was one of the first steel-framed buildings in the City when it was built in 1902. Landmarked in 1966, its unusual shape makes it a draw for NYC selfies. At the southeast corner of Madison Square Park, the former Metropolitan Life Tower enjoyed a brief time as the tallest building in the world in the early 1900s.
Enjoy first tier offerings of USDA Prime steaks, seafood, sandwiches and entrée salads as well as handcrafted sushi.
Located in the heart of the bustling NoMad neighborhood, The Smith NoMad is perfect for a bite after work, breakfast meeting, boozy brunch, quick lunch, or birthday celebration.
A selection of classic and proprietary cocktails are crafted by award winning-mixologist, Leo Robitschek.
A large-scale ode to all things Italian and culinary, you’ll want to move into this gourmet market and food hall within minutes.
Upscale French sweets and the best mille crepe cake, a stack of delicate crepes layered with custard, in town.
Essentially, this place is a steakhouse for people who don’t necessarily want to feel like they’re eating in a country club.