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The Flatiron District is a small neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, named after the Flatiron Building at 23rd Street, Broadway and Fifth Avenue. The boundaries of Manhattan neighborhoods are notoriously hard to pin down and tend to be in flux, but generally the Flatiron District can be said to be bounded by 14th Street, Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south; Sixth Avenue and Chelsea to the west; 28th Street and Midtown South to the north; and Lexington Avenue/Irving Place, Gramercy Park and the neighborhood of Gramercy to the east.

Historical Architecture

The name Flatiron was given to the area starting 1985, as the area became more residential and restaurants started to boom in the area. Before this time, the area was mostly populated by tourists and photographers, due to the large number of photography studios and advertising agencies in the area. The location is most noted for the Flatiron building, which is one of New York City's oldest skyscrapers. It stood as the tallest building in the world for four years after it was built in 1909.

Flatiron Buildings
  Building min max avg
12 East 22nd Street $0 $5395 $1672
Park 23 $0 $5195 $1089
The Caroline $0 $44004295 $348895
80 Madison Avenue $0 $3750 $1674
36 West 26th Street $0 $5100 $3365
35 West 19th Street $0 $6500 $3250
801 Sixth Avenue $0 $3700 $1850
325 Fifth Avenue $3400 $8300 $5229
165 West 26th Street $6000 $6000 $6000
106 West 28th Street $3295 $3350 $3323