New York’s Flatiron District embodies the spirit of what it is to live in the lap of luxury. New consturction is everywhere including the new condos at 45 East Twenty Second Street. For those who can afford to live in Flatiron some necessary pit stops include experience Daniel Humm’s Michelin-star rated menu at Eleven Madison Park. Those with a knack for cooking and entertaining will appreciate the abundance of high-end (and expensive) organic markets in close walking distance of 45 East 22nd Street such as the Union Square Green Market which brings the farm-to-table concept home with high quality produce, meats, cheeses and other ingredients from the tri-state's best farms.
Curious palettes can conveniently explore the many regions of Italy by visiting Mario Batali and Joe Bastianach’s famed Eataly, which is home to one of the city’s most unique European-inspired markets. Creative spirits will find their imaginations ignited while perusing the area’s numerous iconic art galleries such as The Gagosian, David Zwirner and Matthew Marks. High Fashion types scout Madison Avenue’s array of designer and boutique stops to stay on top of the world’s newest runway trends. Unique storefronts from Maison Kitsune, Dover Street Market, Opening Ceremony and Project No. 8 ensure that those with a hunger for never ending clothing options have closets that never go dry. Paul Smith's two-story 5th Avenue flag ship store remains consistently full of shoppers with an eye for high style, and the newest Barney's location will soon find a permanent home on 17th Street, just adding to the neighborhood's already seemingly endless options for fashion. Interior designers at heart will find comfort knowing that they are just a short walk away from While the area surrounding Madison Square Park is undoubtedly a hotbed of culture and excitement, young professionals find themselves just as content taking evening strolls or noshing on a classic Shake Shack burger within the six-acre green space that features large-scale art installations from Park Conservancy commissioned artists such as Rachel Feinstein, Leo Villareal, Orly Genger and Sol LeWitt.
Whether you’re a foodie with a bucket list or you simply have a love for historical architecture with a modern flair, the Flatiron District is firing on all fabulous cylinders.