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The Flatiron district was once associated with the Toy business but that industry has largely moved overseas; it is now referred to as the Photo District as so many photographers' studios are nearby.... Read More
The Flatiron district was once associated with the Toy business but that industry has largely moved overseas; it is now referred to as the Photo District as so many photographers' studios are nearby. Located in the evolving Park Avenue South neighborhood, Madison Square Park and the Madison Square Park Conservancy have a lineup of year round events including Madison Square Reads, a semi-annual culinary pop-up, Madison Square Eats, The Studio Series features live music performances from 3pm-5pm on Saturday afternoons. The restaurant scene is flourishing with local dining and drinking options and Eataly is just a few steps away. Trains N R 6
Broadway To Madison Av, E 23 St To E 26 St
New York, NY 13402
- Parks: "Shake Shack was an instant classic when it went up in 2003, and marked a turnaround in this park; new spots in Madison Square Park include the recently launched o ya NYC at the Park South Hotel, and a new rooftop bar, the Roof at Park South."
- Best for Parks Because: Anchored by the Flatiron Building, some say this is the birthplace of baseball; in the heart of a district you won't want to miss.