|Area:||3,751,266 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of Flatiron District|
|Buildings:||19 rental buildings|
15 condo buildings
1 coop building
In the immediate vicinity of the Flatiron Building there are quite a few loft buildings (mostly conversions), while on both eastern and western edges, the housing stock is somewhat more traditional. Recent construction (the 1990s on) brought a handful of high-rise buildings to the area. Finally, side streets just south of the Flatiron Building also contain older brownstone low-rises.
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|$4,750||1-Bedroom at Chelsea Landmark|
|$2,295||Studio at 31 East 21st Street|
|$2,895||Studio at Park 23|
|$6,395||2-Bedroom at The Caroline|
|$5,895||1-Bedroom at 34 East 22nd Street|
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See our list of Flatiron District Co-op Apartment Buildings (1 building)
The district is popular with established artists and photographers, who appreciate what the area's loft buildings can offer in terms of space and light. The newer, mostly high-rise apartment buildings attract young professionals and, to a smaller extent, students and empty nesters.
The Flatiron District (or simply "Flatiron") gets its name from one of the world's most famous (and arguably, one of the most beautiful) buildings, the Flatiron Building. Actually, it's more confusing than that, because the building is officially called the Fuller Building, yet its shape prompted a much more popular name, which also became the name of the district.
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|rental statistics as of 17/Apr/2015.|