The historic Flatiron building (home to Macmillan Publishers, along with many other businesses) is so-called because it was built on a plot of land shaped like a “flat iron.”
Lots of commercial activity makes the Flatiron a vibrant destination for both locals and tourists. Historic preservation has been a priority for residents of the Flatiron District, and as a result, the neighborhood boasts impressive cast-iron and beaux-art architecture. Live amongst rotating art installations, oval lawn concerts, and the ever-bustling Shake Shack, Madison Square Park is a central destination for all Flatiron residents.

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