The area takes its name from the famous triangular-shaped 20-story Flatiron Building that anchors the neighborhood at 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue and Broadway and was designed by Daniel Burnham in 1902. Now an illustrious landmark and tourist attraction, the surrounding neighborhood is a lively and influential area . The Flatiron neighborhood is an exciting destination for design buffs, shoppers on the hunt for quirky items and gourmands in search of the city"s best cuisines. Top restaurants include The Union Square Cafe, ABC Kitchen and Eleven Madison Park. Luxury homes nestled between storefronts offer a variety of architectural design - new construction condos , upscale lofts or prewar apartments.
- Geographic Boundary: 14th Street to 23rd Street between Park Avenue and 6th Avenue
- Parks: Union Square Park and Madison Square Park
- Famous Residents: Tom Brady and Giselle Bundchen, Rupert Murdoch
- Top Condominium Buildings: One Madison Park and 10 Madison Square West