An Epicenter of Possibility. At the intersection of commercial and residential, uptown and downtown, and business and leisure, the Flatiron and NoMad district is a place of endless possibilities where anyone and everyone can discover the best that New York has to offer.
Iconically New York. Flatiron is pure class, steeped in rich history and architecture. Broadway and 23rd Street, in the shadow of the Flatiron Building, is where uptown and downtown sensibilities meet. A must-see on every visitor’s list, Flatiron remains a place that locals love to be. Like NoMad, Flatiron is modern and fast-paced. Upstarts and flagships dot the landscape. Shoppers wear out their soles. In the midst of the hustle, the park and public plazas create space to recharge from the rhythms of urban life.
Up-and-Coming. The vibe in NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) is casual cool. The energy is palpable as you make your way down Broadway or Fifth Avenue. Something is always going on. New hotels, both boutique and big name, encircle the area, catering to locals and visitors who want to be in the center of it all. High rises grow ever upward, mirroring the area’s trajectory. Like Flatiron, NoMad is a destination for food lovers and craft cocktail drinkers. It’s a neighborhood for discerning taste and defying trends.
Worth Talking About…
“Must-see and do in the neighborhood? Walk the side streets! The area has exploded and there is so much to discover!”
“I love all the creative new shops and restaurants that are constantly popping up!”
Deborah Koenigsberger, owner Noir et Blanc and Thrifty HoG; Founder, Hearts of Gold
“The neighborhood is teeming with restaurant choices—featuring nearly every ethnic cuisine.”
“We are still exploring—and eating—our way through the neighborhood.”
Dr. David S Wu, PhD, President of Baruch College
“I can’t imagine a more fun place to work.”
Michael Beirut, Partner, Pentagram, on Pentagram’s 40+ years in Flatiron & NoMad