35 West 15th Street

Flatiron | Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas

 

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Building Specifics
Units: 55
Ownership: Condo
Stories: 24
Building Year: 2014
Green Building: No
Pets: Pets OK
New Development: No
Common Outdoor Space
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Health Club
Lounge
Storage
Valet
Live In Super
Children Playroom
 

About Flatiron

Flatiron Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

The Flatiron District is much more than just the iconic Flatiron Building. Bounded by 20th Street, Union Square, Greenwich Village and the Avenue of the Americas, Flatiron has great NYC parks, chic stores, and vivacious residents. From Madison Square Park, pedestrians can observe the Flatiron neighborhood’s diverse architectural and residential makeup. The 700-foot marble clock of the Met Life Tower—formerly the world’s tallest building—and the gilded roof of the New York Life building are in view. One of the most recent additions to the skyline is the luxury condominium and penthouse complex, One Madison. This fifty-floor high-rise offers panoramic, 360-degree views from floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls and deluxe amenities like a 24-hour door attendant and concierge.

An eclectic mix of Baruch College students and professionals in the photograph, publishing, advertising and banking industries resides in the area and enlivens the district. Residents also have easy access to shops like Club Monaco and Victoria’s Secret. The popular grocery chain, Trader Joe’s is nearby on 6th Avenue.

Those who aren't in the mood to grocery shop and cook can find a little pick-me-up at Birch Coffee. The cafe offers its own specialty roasts and locally sourced food. Frozen custards and burgers from the original Shake Shack are another popular staple of locals. Close to 5th Avenue, the French-themed Eleven Madison Park and The Cellar at Beecher’s Handmade Cheese are popular spots not just for residents, but also for foodies in search of the best NYC Restaurants. The often-packed Eataly serves up excellent Italian cuisine.

Other unique features of the Flatiron District are the Museum of Sex and the Gershwin Hotel—both on 5th Avenue. The MoSex—the abbreviation for the Museum of Sex—has stirred some controversy. However, the Gershwin Hotel is famous for its Andy Warhol Memorabilia and distinctive, red silhouette.

Flatiron is a dynamic neighborhood that is home to an eclectic mix of people, business, and architectural beauty. Exploration seems endless, and the new construction will surely bring more energy to the district.

Flatiron Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

The Flatiron District is much more than just the iconic Flatiron Building. Bounded by 20th Street, Union Square, Greenwich Village and the Avenue of the Americas, Flatiron has great NYC parks, chic stores, and vivacious residents. From Madison Square Park, pedestrians can observe the Flatiron neighborhood’s diverse architectural and residential makeup. The 700-foot marble clock of the Met Life Tower—formerly the world’s tallest building—and the gilded roof of the New York Life building are in view. One of the most recent additions to the skyline is the luxury condominium and penthouse complex, One Madison. This fifty-floor high-rise offers panoramic, 360-degree views from floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls and deluxe amenities like a 24-hour door attendant and concierge.

An eclectic mix of Baruch College students and professionals in the photograph, publishing, advertising and banking industries resides in the area and enlivens the district. Residents also have easy access to shops like Club Monaco and Victoria’s Secret. The popular grocery chain, Trader Joe’s is nearby on 6th Avenue.

Those who aren't in the mood to grocery shop and cook can find a little pick-me-up at Birch Coffee. The cafe offers its own specialty roasts and locally sourced food. Frozen custards and burgers from the original Shake Shack are another popular staple of locals. Close to 5th Avenue, the French-themed Eleven Madison Park and The Cellar at Beecher’s Handmade Cheese are popular spots not just for residents, but also for foodies in search of the best NYC Restaurants. The often-packed Eataly serves up excellent Italian cuisine.

Other unique features of the Flatiron District are the Museum of Sex and the Gershwin Hotel—both on 5th Avenue. The MoSex—the abbreviation for the Museum of Sex—has stirred some controversy. However, the Gershwin Hotel is famous for its Andy Warhol Memorabilia and distinctive, red silhouette.

Flatiron is a dynamic neighborhood that is home to an eclectic mix of people, business, and architectural beauty. Exploration seems endless, and the new construction will surely bring more energy to the district.

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Flatiron Neighborhood in NYC: MIDTOWN 

The Flatiron District is much more than just the iconic Flatiron Building. Bounded by 20th Street, Union Square, Greenwich Village and the Avenue of the Americas, Flatiron has great NYC parks, chic stores, and vivacious residents. From Madison Square Park, pedestrians can observe the Flatiron neighborhood’s diverse architectural and residential makeup. The 700-foot marble clock of the Met Life Tower—formerly the world’s tallest building—and the gilded roof of the New York Life building are in view. One of the most recent additions to the skyline is the luxury condominium and penthouse complex, One Madison. This fifty-floor high-rise offers panoramic, 360-degree views from floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls and deluxe amenities like a 24-hour door attendant and concierge.

An eclectic mix of Baruch College students and professionals in the photograph, publishing, advertising and banking industries resides in the area and enlivens the district. Residents also have easy access to shops like Club Monaco and Victoria’s Secret. The popular grocery chain, Trader Joe’s is nearby on 6th Avenue.

Those who aren't in the mood to grocery shop and cook can find a little pick-me-up at Birch Coffee. The cafe offers its own specialty roasts and locally sourced food. Frozen custards and burgers from the original Shake Shack are another popular staple of locals. Close to 5th Avenue, the French-themed Eleven Madison Park and The Cellar at Beecher’s Handmade Cheese are popular spots not just for residents, but also for foodies in search of the best NYC Restaurants. The often-packed Eataly serves up excellent Italian cuisine.

Other unique features of the Flatiron District are the Museum of Sex and the Gershwin Hotel—both on 5th Avenue. The MoSex—the abbreviation for the Museum of Sex—has stirred some controversy. However, the Gershwin Hotel is famous for its Andy Warhol Memorabilia and distinctive, red silhouette.

Flatiron is a dynamic neighborhood that is home to an eclectic mix of people, business, and architectural beauty. Exploration seems endless, and the new construction will surely bring more energy to the district.

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