Flat Iron/Nomad, Manhattan
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Flat Iron/Nomad

Creative and fun enclave

Situated close to Midtown, the Flatiron District and NoMad neighborhoods are lively and exciting places to reside. Home to the iconic 22-story Flatiron Building — which has been depicted on images of New York City for decades — as well as other big-ticket attractions, there’s something to do and see around every corner.
Homebuyers seeking the ultimate in scenic city views and luxurious amenities should explore the condos available in both Flatiron and NoMad. Sleek interior designs with premium fixtures and features are the norm in this vibrant Manhattan neighborhood.

What to Love

  • Fun, creative, and lively vibe
  • Excellent restaurants, bars, and cafes
  • Madison Square Park greenspace
  • New developments and well regarded resale condos with breathtaking views

Local Lifestyle

Eclectic and brimming with life, The Flatiron District and NoMad are some of the most desirable places to live. Strolling through this highly-walkable community, residents enjoy access to top-tier restaurants, bars, Madison Square Park, several museums, and more.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Wondering which shopping and dining establishments to try first? Once you’ve become a Flatiron District/NoMad resident, there are select spots that you’ll want to visit ASAP.
One of the most creative concepts in the entire area is known as Eataly. At this single location, which is modeled after its famous Italian market, patrons can peruse various restaurants, counters, a wine shop, and cooking demonstrations. Seeking locally-sourced cuisine made from the freshest organic ingredients? abc kitchen will easily be your new go-to eatery. Other top recommendations in Flatiron/NoMad include Bourke Street Bakery, Mark’s Off Madison, KazuNori: The Original Hand Roll Bar, Scarpetta, and Sweetbriar.  The Danny Meyer and Tom Colicio restaurants are known for having launched this area’s popularity.  
While enjoying the area’s beloved restaurants, spend some time checking out the top retailers around the neighborhood. NoMad and Flatiron feature high end boutique shopping.  For your daily needs, you are nearby Whole Foods, The Home Depot, Best Buy, PetSmart, and Trader Joe’s.

Things to Do

Just as with surrounding neighborhoods (such as Midtown), both the Flatiron District and NoMad are packed full of exciting ways to pass your free time.
Spend the afternoon or evening sipping your favorite drinks and taking in stunning views of the city at 230 Fifth. This unique rooftop bar serves as more of an attraction, featuring movie nights, special events, and unparalleled vistas. Hang out at the Ace Hotel bar or wonder over into The Chelsea art gallery district and down to the Union Square farmer’s market for farm-fresh produce and some street music.
Spanning the space between East 26th Street and West 23rd Street, enjoy warm and sunny days at Madison Square Park. Visitors of this park can take in views of the Flatiron Building, bring a picnic lunch, or bring their pup to the dog run.


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