Apartments Near Flatiron District

Flatiron District Apartments for Rent


Flatiron District apartments can be hard to find, especially no-fee apartments of a decent size. StuyTown offers some of the best spaces and value, all in the heart of Manhattan. StuyTown has one, two, three, and four bedroom apartments located near all the best neighborhoods, including the Flatiron District. StuyTown is proud to provide impeccable and unique amenities for its tenants with an 80-acre private park right next to the East River.

Take advantage of the Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town amenities only a few blocks away from Flatiron District apartments. Popular amenities include basketball courts, roller hockey court, ice rink, community center, paddle tennis courts, bocce ball, parking, playgrounds, concierge service, green market, day care center, Enterprise car rentals, and more!


Living in the Flatiron District


The Flatiron Building is one of New York’s historical landmarks right at the corner of 23rd street and Fifth Avenue. The Flatiron Building was one of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers, built in 1902. The cast iron architecture of the neighborhood gives the streets their historic charm amongst the new shops, restaurants, and nightspots opening up. Living in an apartment near the Flatiron area will situate you closely to many amenities, inside StuyTown, and out.


Lifestyle Food and Entertainment


Flatiron has some of the best restaurants in the city like Jean George's ABC Kitchen and ABC Cocina, Craft and Craft Bar, Barbounia and everyone's favorite, Shake Shack. Make sure to stop by chef Mario Batali's Eataly for a bite at one of their restaurants, check out the beer garden, or just to do your grocery shopping. Also be sure to go to Craft, the New American restaurant that focuses on simple perfectly cooked greenmarket fare and established celebrity chef Tom Collichio’s status. For a modern twist on Mexican, try Cosme, the restaurant that offers menu favorites like duck carnitas and crispy octopus with hazelnut mole and pickled potatoes. KOA is a recent addition to the neighborhood serving their own healthy noodle bowls called “sorba”- like ramen, but with less broth and more toppings. Don’t forget to check out the twice yearly Madison Square Easts (May and September). The pop-up culinary market, which sets up next to the park brings some of the city’s best restaurants and foods including Korea BBQ, ice cream sandwiches and lobster rolls. Relax in Madison Square Park, the public park features sculptures, a dog run and views of the Flatiron building.

For an adult experience you can venture up to the Museum of Sex or the Gershwin Hotel which was a tribute to Andy Warhol. His art and memorabilia is featured throughout the hotel. The neighborhood also boasts several historic sites including the childhood home of Theodore Roosevelt. The reconstructed brownstone is decorated in period furnishings and also features many actual pieces from Roosevelt’s early years. There is lots of shopping in this neighborhood with plenty of retail stores and boutiques. A few blocks south of the Flatiron building on Fifth Avenue is Club Monaco, which has been renovated to include Toby’s Estate Coffee, a café, and a mini outpost of the Strand Book Store. Check out ABC Carpet & Home for some beautiful and unique pieces to furnish and decorate your home with. Want to spruce up your home even more? Stop by the chic Poggenpohl kitchen design store on Park Ave or Design Within Reach on Broadway and 20th Street.


Family Fun


Let the kids run around Madison Square Park where there is lots of family and pet action all around. For a more education experience stop by the Museum of Mathematics where children can improve their math skills in a fun way they will love. Exhibits are best suited for children ages 6 and up.




The Flatiron district is home to Baruch College of the City University of new York, located on Lexington and East 23rd Street.

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