Catch the piece in  <a target="_blank" href="">@amnewyork</a>today on the growth of healthy & quick food options in the Flatiron District? πŸ₯—
 <a target="_blank" href="">@diginn</a>(pictured here) is one of 12 delicious spots discussed on the Broadway corridor.
And Its not just Broadway! 23rd Street, Park Ave... the whole district is really full of great #fastcasual options! πŸ˜‹
P.S. Did you know that #nomad is the northwest corner of the Flatiron BID?
PC πŸ“Έ:  <a target="_blank" href="">@littlemissfoodie
Catch the piece in @amnewyorktoday on the growth of healthy & quick food options in the Flatiron District? πŸ₯— . @diginn(pictured here) is one of 12 delicious spots discussed on the Broadway corridor. . And Its not just Broadway! 23rd Street, Park Ave... the whole district is really full of great #fastcasual options! πŸ˜‹ . P.S. Did you know that #nomad is the northwest corner of the Flatiron BID? . PC πŸ“Έ: @littlemissfoodie . . .
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Summer raindrops on Park Avenue South.πŸŒ·β˜” #DiscoverFlatiron #summerplantings
Summer raindrops on Park Avenue South.πŸŒ·β˜” #DiscoverFlatiron #summerplantings
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The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District, formed in 2006, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance the area's reputation as one of New York's most vital and exciting neighborhoods. 

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111July News Roundup

July News Roundup

The Flatiron District brought the heat in July (pun intended). Noteworthy restaurants received critical acclaim, businesses celebrated big milestones, and commercial office space launched renovations. Stay up-do-date with the latest Flatiron District News with the BID’s monthly roundup of notable highlights and be sure to check out the final two weeks of our 2017 Flatiron Summer Series.

  • Several of the district's restaurants received praise for their innovative food and drink. Cosme's brunch was described as "delicious, quite comforting, and sublime" (via IJustWantToEat) and its most talked about dessert, the Corn Husk Meringue, "composes the perfect bite" and is worthy of a spot on your Instagram page, and Cote's upscale Korean Barbeque was featured on the list of trendy spots that won't ruin your diet (via New York Post). The bar at Hill Country Barbeque Market was listed as one of New York City's greatest happy hour deals (via Eater NY). The district is also excited to welcome Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish to the neighborhood, where they will soon open their largest location to date (via Forward).
  • Businesses in the district celebrated big milestones this month. Fujifilm's experiential brick and mortar store, The Wonder Photo Shop, commemorated serving over 80,000 guests (via Digital Trends) in its first year and WeWork was selected as one of the top five co-working spaces in the world (via Wall Street Journal). Cheddar expanded its business news broadcasting to live segments from the Hamptons every Friday this summer (via Guest of a Guest), and opened a West Coast studio in Los Angeles (via Hollywood Reporter). Finally, Flywheel Sports! announced a partnership with Truly, a spiked sparkling water, with four weeks of 'Cycle and Sip' summer classes (via PR Newswire). 
  • The digital media outlet, Quartz, has a newly redesigned office space by Desai Chia Architecture at its Manhattan headquarters located within the district (via DeZeen). The Skimm recently gave a grand tour of their headquarters, also located in the district, as they celebrated their fifth anniversary (via Business Insider).
  • Local events were a hit in July. The Museum of Broken Relationships pop-up located in the Flatiron North Public Plaza garnered massive buzz for Bravo TV's new show A Night With My Ex (via Time Out). Madison Square Park launched their Summer Concert Series this month providing free outdoor concerts each Wednesday through August 16 (via Murph Guide). 

Image of Cosme via A Life Worth Eating 


111Flatiron BID Issues RFP for Holiday Event Management Team

Flatiron BID Issues RFP for Holiday Event Management Team

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District seeks proposals from qualified firms through this request for proposals (RFP) to develop and manage events and programming related to a large scale holiday season installation on the North Flatiron Public Plaza during the 2017 holiday season.

Click here to download the RFP.

111NYC Restaurant Week Returns with 18 Participating Flatiron District Restaurants

NYC Restaurant Week Returns with 18 Participating Flatiron District Restaurants

Reservations are now open for the summer edition of NYC Restaurant Week, taking place from July 24 to August 18. This is the 25th anniversary of NYC Restaurant Week, which is a semiannual promotion by NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organization for the five boroughs of New York City.

Participating restaurants are offering three-course lunches for $29 and dinners for $42, not including beverages or gratuity. For a full list of participating restaurants and information on reservations, click here. Reservations are highly recommended, and can be made on OpenTable - an official sponsor of NYC Restaurant Week.

See below for a list of participating Flatiron District restaurants: 



24 East 21st Street


(212) 473-3100


Black Barn


19 East 26th Street


(212) 265-5959




Bo's Kitchen and Bar Room


6 West 24th Street


(212) 234-2373




Bread & Tulips


365 Park Avenue South


(212) 532-9100




The Clocktower at The New York EDITION Hotel


5 Madison Avenue


Entrance on 24th Street


(212) 413-4300




Dos Caminos Park Avenue


373 Park Avenue South


(212) 294-1000




Giorgio’s of Gramercy


27 East 21st Street


(212) 477-0007 






36 West 26th Street


(212) 206-7226




ilili Restaurant 


236 Fifth Avenue


(212) 683-2929 






27 West 24th Street


(212) 490-2100




La Pecora Bianca


1133 Broadway


(212) 498-9696






17 West 26th Street


(646) 490-8240




Obica Mozzarella Bar Pizza e Cucina


928 Broadway


(212) 777-2754




Park Avenue Summer


360 Park Avenue South


(212) 951-7111






43 West 24th Street


(212) 929-1200




Sarabeth’s Park Avenue South


381 Park Avenue South


(212) 335-0093




Tarallucci e Vino


44 East 28th Street


(212) 779-1100




Zero Otto Nove


15 West 21st Street


(212) 242-0899


111New Neighbor: KOHLER Experience Center

New Neighbor: KOHLER Experience Center

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is thrilled to welcome KOHLER's new retail concept to the Flatiron District. The first KOHLER Experience Center in the world is now open at 6 West 22nd Street. The Center houses fully-functioning displays of Kohler’s global product line available across the world—a first for both the industry and for the KOHLER brand. This will enable trade professionals and consumers to test and source KOHLER products like never before. Fully-functioning products, including showers, tubs, sinks, and toilets will enable all customers to experience the true differences in performance and design.

"We chose Flatiron because of its growing reputation as the new design district," says Kymberly Weiner, New York City sales and development manager, "We didn’t want to be anywhere else! We actually looked for the perfect Flatiron property for over two years before finding this one."

At the New York City flagship located in Manhattan’s iconic Flatiron District, each touchpoint of the 10,000 square-foot space is designed to connect and inspire. The Experience Center within the KEC is the only private bathing space in New York City where guests can exclusively experience Kohler’s most impressive offering of products like Real Rain, the DTV+ digital showering system, VibrAcoustic hydrotherapy, and a range of showerheads and intelligent toilets among the very latest in KOHLER technology.

To best serve design professionals, KEC will also offer a new KOHLER global specification service, which will for the first time allow professional architects and designers working on international projects to have instant, hands-on access to all products across the entire KOHLER global portfolio. A Kohler team of experts will be stationed on-site to help source and resolve complex plumbing projects both in the United States and around the world. By appointment video conferencing will also be available, connecting customers with the full network of KOHLER product experts across its international markets.

“We recognized a tremendous need across the industry for a deeper knowledge and insight into how our products work,” says Larry Yuen, Kohler Co. president of the global Kitchen & Bath Group. “From a plumbing perspective, the products that work in a bathroom in Milan are acutely different from those that need to work in a hotel in Dubai, for instance. Our goal with the KEC is to provide design professionals with both the ability to source and resolve all plumbing needs on a global scale from any KEC location.”

Each KEC will also serve as an art exhibit space for select pieces from the permanent collection of Kohler Co. and its renowned Arts/Industry program through the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, which fosters the intersection of art and the industrial process. Since its founding in 1974, the program has hosted more than 500 resident artists from around the world at the manufacturer’s global headquarters in Kohler, Wis., where in its pottery and foundry, they are immersed in a new creative medium.

Kohler Co. plans to launch a total of nine KECs over the next year to meet the global demand. In addition to the New York opening, London will immediately follow, along with Los Angeles, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok, New Delhi and Taipei opening later in the year.

KEC NYC will be open seven days a week, welcoming walk-ins from both consumers and trade professionals. It will be run and operated in partnership with Best Plumbing Supply, a leading KOHLER plumbing distributor in the Northeast. 

The store is open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

KOHLER Experience Center, 6 West 22nd Street, (855) 466-7031

111New Neighbor: CAVA

New Neighbor: CAVA

Get ready for a new flavor on Park Avenue South! The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is excited to welcome CAVA to the northeast end of the district. Started by three childhood friends, CAVA celebrates the flavors of their families’ traditional Greek and Mediterranean cooking in a casual modern setting.

The philosophy behind CAVA is simple: healthful eating should always be vibrant, filling, and fulfilling, too. That’s why they craft their Mediterranean-inspired bowls, salads, and pitas with locally sourced, delicious ingredients.

“After introducing CAVA to New York City in the historic Union Square neighborhood, we are thrilled to open our second location in the similarly iconic Flatiron district. CAVA is looking forward to adding to the increasing number of exciting food options for workers and residents alike, ” added CEO, Brett Schulman.

Ted Xenohristos, Ike Grigoropoulos, and Executive Chef Dimitri Moshovitis created CAVA to bring modern, authentic, and vibrant Mediterranean food to a national audience using ingredients made from scratch in-house every day making it easier and effortless to eat well and enjoy great food.

CAVA offers a customizable menu of over 50 ingredients like their signature Crazy Feta, Border Springs Spicy Lamb Meatballs, and Cauliflower Quinoa Tabbouleh as well as creative rotating seasonal offerings of juices, soups, and roasted vegetables. Committed to working with best in class food partners including local farmers and artisan producers, CAVA adds an additional delicious and healthy option to the Flatiron's fast-casual landscape. 

CAVA, 325 Park Avenue South. Hours are daily, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

111New Neighbor: &pizza

New Neighbor: &pizza

The Flatiron District is excited to welcome the first New York location of the DC favorite &pizza. Located in the NoMad neighborhood in the northwest corner of the Flatiron Business Improvement District, &pizza is an anti-establishment establishment built on the renown of its creative pies and craft beverages, localized shop design, and the strength, unity and vibe of its living-wage-paid, ampersand tattooed team.

Under the prescient leadership of CEO, co-founder, and creative director Michael Lastoria, &pizza opened its first location in 2012 on Washington, D.C.’s historic H Street NE corridor. On June 20, 2017, Lastoria will open his 22nd location in his hometown of NYC.

"With its unique combination of rich history and vibrant, bustling modernity, the NoMad neighborhood is the perfect home for the inaugural NYC shop," says Lastoria, "and [it] will provide the city’s hungry crowds with a welcoming home for the dynamic &pizza experience."

Every &pizza location is different, reflecting the culture and people who visit most. The New York outpost collaborates with another Flatiron fave Luke's Lobster, in addition to Mike's Hot Honey and Brooklyn-based chocolate company, Fine & Raw, and Milkbar for cereal milk flavored soda and cookies. Local artists, musicians, and community organizations helped craft a highly-localized shop design that celebrates the uniqueness of this Flatiron neighborhood. 

The New York City shop will also be offering a new “Hit” pie on the menu - American Honey - featuring Little Giant Mike’s Hot Honey. The pie features spicy tomato sauce, bocconcini (mozzarella) balls, pepperoni, arugula, goat cheese, red pepper chili flakes and a drizzle of Mike’s Hot Honey.

On their opening day, many more than the limit of 22 people were lined up and ready to get their iconic ampersand tattoo to enjoy free &pizza for a year. The enthusiasm displayed that day shows no sign of waning as lunch crowds enthusiastically make their way to this new neighborhood fast casual favorite.

Photo Credit: Scott Suchman