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Flatiron District

Flatiron District

Nowadays, the Flatiron area is split between the FlatironDistrict and NoMad.

NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) is New York City's quintessential neighborhood. Here you'll find all that makes New York an exciting place for visitors and those who live and work here. The streets are steeped in history and lined with handsome buildings, world-class hotels, wonderful restaurants, exciting nightlife, and unique retail shops. Centrally located in Manhattan with easy access to the entire city, NoMad is the current hub of New York's creative and tech industries and buzzes with a unique energy day and night.

The New York Times coined the District's name in 1999, shortly after New York City formally established the Madison Square Park North Historic District, which lies in the center of No (North) Mad (Madison Square). Its boundaries are Avenue of the Americas, 30th Street, Lexington Avenue and 23rd Street.

Whether one is coming to stay, eat, or be entertained, there is a wealth of options to choose from. NoMad's hotels are setting a standard for the city and the world, and some of the country's greatest chefs, such as Daniel Humm and Mario Batali, are serving up meals in NoMad's beautiful spaces.The range of dishes available challenges the imagination and spans many nationalities.

For those interested in doing some specialty shopping not available elsewhere in New York, NoMad's exciting boutique retailers, such as Marimekko, Maison Kitsune, Opening Ceremony, and Urban Angler, offer a wide range of one-of-a-kind items from fabrics and designer clothing to fishing tackle - yes, tackle in mid-Manhattan.

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