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Taking its name from the iconic Flatiron Building at its northern limits, Flatiron is a classic and historic New York City neighborhood featuring Union Square and what was once known as the Ladies' Mile shopping district.
Flatiron slideshow (Coming Soon)
The Flatiron District runs from 14th Street - Union Square in the south to 23rd street - Madison Square Park to the north; and between Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) and Park Avenue.
Much of the Flatiron District was built during the department store boom of the late 19th century . Many of its buildings are vestiges of this time, giving the neighborhood a classic New York feel. This was home to the Ladies' Mile - a stretch of shops and department stores along Broadway, from West 17th street north to Madison Square Park.
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All photography provided by Samuel Walters