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Another of NYC iconic landmarks, a must visit to see and take in.
I have been 3 times now and every time I wander to have another look.
It’s odd shape is iconic and I believe there is only one other building in existence that...More
Building is just off 5th Avenue, was close to our hotel so decided to go and have a look as we heard it was worth a visit.
Nothing wrong with the building but in a city with some spectacular buildings, it doesn't really stand out...More
I was staying down the street and had to walk by! It was a lot taller than I thought it was going to be. You need to look at every direction you are going because traffic can be super busy over there and no biker...More
When you live in NYC you become a tour guide for your guests. I actually became a Certified Licensed NYC Tour Guide, but do not do it for a living. The Flatiron Building had been used in so much media, entertainment and NYC photo-ops over...More
What an amazing place to see for yourself. I took a leisurely walk up 5th avenue from Times Square and just seeing that amazing structure in the distance was amazing. You cannot take enough photos! A lovely park just to the right of the "pointy"...More
Offering many of the city’s best restaurants and shops set amid classic New York architecture, the Flatiron District is no longer under the tourist radar. At 23rd Street is the famous triangular Flatiron Building, which makes a good picture no matter what angle you photograph it from. Be sure to look up at the elegant architecture as you stroll the streets - much of this neighborhood is part of a historic district that was
home to many of the city’s most famous department stores at the turn of the century. At the northern end of the neighborhood, Madison Square Park is best known for being home to a famous burger shack, but it can also be a quiet refuge to spend an afternoon, and it frequently hosts interesting public art exhibits. In the lower part of the Flatiron District you'll find Union Square, a bustling crossroads at all times of day and night.
The building comprises of shops - lower floor and office upper floors so unless you ar going on business or find a friendly business owner highly unlikely - but still the best views are on the outside.