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October 26, 2022


Día de Muertos in the Flatiron Plaza

Join us for our first Día de Muertos celebration! This free event features elements integral to this historical Mexican tradition including baile folklórico and family activities:

We encourage you to leave a photo on the altar to welcome and honor a passed loved one.

Wednesday, November 2
Flatiron North Plaza
12 – 4 pm

Event Details


New Neighbor: Koloman

We’re pleased to welcome Koloman, the new, contemporary French restaurant to the neighborhood at 16 West 29th Street. Led by Co-Owner and Chef Marcus Glocker, formerly of Augustine, Koloman combines Parisian creativity and Viennese accents.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of NoMad’s vibrant and evolving neighborhood,” says Chef Glocker. “And, excited to open our doors to local diners, New Yorkers, and visitors from across the world.”

Head to Koloman for an unforgettable dinner, and soon, for breakfast and lunch!

Koloman is currently open Tuesday through Sunday from 4 – 11 pm.

Meet Koloman

Photo Credit: Koloman via Nick Johnson


Q3 Economic Report (July – September)

Flatiron and NoMad leasing volume remained high for the third consecutive quarter with 75 leases totaling 845,000 SF – a 73.5% increase from Q3 2021 and nearly three times Q3 2019 levels. Franklin Templeton signed a 15-year, 347,000 SF lease at One Madison Avenue, the second largest lease in NYC this year.

Return-to-office rates in Flatiron and NoMad continue to increase and have surpassed citywide trends. As foot traffic and subway ridership increase within the neighborhood, ground floor leasing has followed suit. In Q3 alone, 60 ground floor retail establishments have opened, with many in the fast-casual sector.

The Q3 2022 Economic Snapshot provides an economic snapshot of the district from July through September 2022.

Q3 2022 Economic Snapshot


Get Spooky in Flatiron & NoMad

Halloween is right around the corner! Now’s the time to get a killer costume, enjoy sweet treats, and celebrate at themed parties in the neighborhood.

Halloween Guide

Photo Credit: Oscar Wilde NYC


Haunted Local History: Tour of the Dead

Get in the spooky spirit by taking a free walking tour: Tour of the Dead this Sunday, October 30th at 11 am.

Join historian and author, Miriam Berman, on this tour that will feature haunting stories and scary events that have happened in the neighborhood.

No reservations required. Meet at the tip of the Flatiron Building on 23rd Street (east of Fifth Avenue).

Tour Info


Neighborhood Fall Eats & Treats

Fall is upon us! Enjoy seasonal eats and treats, including both classics and new favorites in the neighborhood.

Cafes, bakeries, and restaurants are releasing dishes that capture the flavors of the season.

Highlights include:

Full Guide

Photo Credit: Milk Bar



Quick hits on community info, resources, & happenings

NYC Childcare Tax Relief Programs: Mayor Adams announced new childcare tax credits. View the Office of the Mayor’s Childcare Plan for more information.

Food Service Businesses: NYC Commercial Organics Requirements began on July 31. By law, staff-handled organic waste must be source separated for collection. For more information, visit here.

Business Owners: Take advantage of free small business consulting from Harvard Business School alumni.

Things To Do in Flatiron & NoMad

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Old architecture meets new icons via @mingomatic


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