The Flatiron Building gives the Flatiron District its name, but the unusually shaped, instantly recognizable Manhattan landmark at 175 Fifth Avenue also sets the aesthetic tone for this small, stylish and surpassingly distinguished little Manhattan neighborhood in Gramercy. Although it spans just seven blocks from 18th Street to 25th Street, between Park Avenue South and Sixth Avenue, the Flatiron District is home to some of the most impressive architecture in all of Manhattan, from Beaux Arts beauties such as the Flatiron Building itself to some of Manhattan's loveliest cast-iron buildings. But there's more to the Flatiron District than a distinctive skyline -- from a bumper crop of new restaurants and retail to a wealth of new condominium listings, of both the pre-war condo conversion and the new construction condominium variety, this small neighborhood has become a major player on the Manhattan real estate scene.
Many of the historic buildings in the Flatiron District have remained office buildings -- although the businesses that call Flatiron home today tend more towards technology firms, modeling agencies and art studios, as opposed to the ladies clothiers that first made the neighborhood famous in the early years of the 20th Century -- but several have been re-imagined as a type of stylish contradiction unique to NYC real estate: new pre-war condominiums, such as the conversion at 254 Park Avenue South, are a Flatiron real estate signature. In a sense it could hardly be otherwise: much Flatiron District real estate is landmarked, which means both that the neighborhood's retail has an intriguingly disjunctive feel about it -- sleek contemporary restaurants from foodie icons Tom Colicchio and Danny Meyer inhabit gracious 19th-century storefronts and a stately century-old Cass Gilbert building, respectively -- and that new construction condominium development has been comparatively scarce. Still, a few new construction Flatiron condominium developments have emerged as notable new condo listings, including the elegant and ultra-modern One Madison Park and 240 Park Avenue South. Whether the buildings are new or old, on the tree-lined side streets or along the bustling avenues, Flatiron District real estate stands out -- just as the landmark that lent the neighborhood its name has for over a century.
Crossing 23rd is a contemporary, full-service condominium located between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue in the heart of the Flatiron District.
Located in the heart of the Flatiron District, 21 West 20th Street offers 13 floors of luxury residences in one of Manhattan's most historical neighborhoods.
160 East 22nd Street is a modern residence with all the luxuries you would expect from a condo in Gramercy Park. Amenities for this dwelling include a doorman, personal storage rooms, and a pristine pool while the building's central location offers easy access to great shopping and restaurants options.
Just steps away from Union Square and Madison Square Park, this luxurious addition to the Flatiron District boasts modern design with stylish finishes and fixtures. Its aesthetic is equal parts minimalist, chic, and industrial, and is readily apparent in its apartments and amenity spaces.
This 12-story building at the intersection of Chelsea and the Flatiron District, distinguished by its blue mosaic wall, features interiors with massive windows and bamboo flooring.
Chelsea’s Cammeyer is a pre-war condominium that one could call a sanctuary for artsy residents. Spacious walls are ideal for hanging up paintings, while the lobby with 16-foot ceilings boasts a cutting-edge laser-cut aluminum sculpture. Oversized windows and wine cellars round off the luxury at this apartment building.
The Whitman is one of the premier luxury apartment buildings in Manhattan's Flatiron District. The building was originally buit in 1924 and converted to a luxury condo building in 2012.
Located in Gramercy Park, 254 Park Avenue South is in an area of lively restaurants and shopping destinations. The building’s exterior is entirely composed for French limestone, and although it was built in 1913, recent renovations have occurred. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman and exclusive fitness center and lounge.
260 Park Avenue South is a pre-war building that was recently converted to smartly designed lofts. Located in the heart of the Flatiron District, it is close to some of Lower Manhattan's best dining and shopping, as well as Greenwich Village and the East Village.
Located just steps from Union Square, 35 XV is a modern luxury condominium in Manhattan. The building provides easy access to the Flatiron District's host of luxury shopping destinations.