Places

About the Neighborhood

Madison Square Park, let us count the ways. What this postage stamp of a park lacks in size it more than makes up for in substance—with its boundary-pushing outdoor art, sceney dog run and delectable Shake Shack indulgences. And it’s even an excellent byway to Flatiron’s other attractions: Aesthetes rush through to worship at the altar of ABC Home, gourmands do laps in advance of dinner at Eleven Madison Park, and fans of architecture use it as a foothold for gazing up at the Fifth Avenue and Flatiron Buildings on the park’s periphery.
 

The wholly unique Flatiron Building.

The Madison Square Park dog run is super sceney.

Rooftop water towers are a vestige of the 19th century.

Stop for street food on Broadway south of 23rd Street.

The clock at the Toy Center on Fifth Avenue.

Shake Shack’s burgers are (almost) worth the lines.

Metrocards usurped tokens in 1994.

There are more Citi Bike stations than tattoo parlors in NYC.

The subway averages 5.5 million rides per weekday.

Mario Batali’s land of every Italian foodstuff.

 
 
 

Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 23 East 22nd Street, 55/56

    $32,500,000

    23 East 22nd Street, 55/56

    5 Beds / 5.5 Baths

     

  • 23 East 22nd Street, 8FL

    $9,995,000

    23 East 22nd Street, 8FL

    3 Beds / 3.5 Baths

     

  • 29 East 22nd Street, 12S

    $4,250,000

    29 East 22nd Street, 12S

    4 Beds / 2 Baths

     

  • 12 West 18 Street, 3W

    $10,000/mo

    12 West 18 Street, 3W

    2 Beds / 2 Baths

     

  • 5 East 22nd Street, 4G

    $4,395/mo

    5 East 22nd Street, 4G

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 7 West 24th Street, 3F

    $3,985/mo

    7 West 24th Street, 3F

    1 Bed / 1 Bath