Flat Iron District

Flatiron District New York
23rd Street

Flat Iron District

Location:       Streets 17 to 27 south to north

                     Avenues of the Americas and Lexington

                     From west to east.

One of the most beautiful areas of Manhattan, which attracts a lot of tourism for having one of the icons of New York, is The Flatiron Building, the district has the same name, an area with lots of green, manicured lawns, a variety of restaurants, hotels, is a good place to spend the day, you can eat, shop, go to museums or visit the beautiful Madison Square Park, all within six blocks around.

In this area you can find the Metropolitan Life Tower and marble tower clock, Madison Square Park, The Court of Appeals, important museums, including the Museum of Sex and Tibert House. This area has a representative architecture of the late nineteenth century where the highlight is the Flatiron Building. This neighborhood has historically concentrated variety of professional associations, such a photographer and publicists with the advent of technology, web companies, which became known humorously as "Silicon Alley".

Our advice:

So it's a good idea to think about the Flatiron District as a district to buy comfortably or come to have dinner in its wide range of fancy restaurants. The district offers a free tour in English with a duration of 90 minutes, every Sunday at 11:00 am meeting point at the corner of Madison Square Park up to 23rd Street and Broadway for more information visit this link: http://www.flatironbid.org/tour.php