Dec 5, 2017

New Neighbor: Bulletin Mini Mall Pop-up

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership couldn't be happier to welcome Bulletin's brand new pop up, Bulletin Mini Mall, to the Flatiron District for the holidays. The store is up and running now for all of your holiday shopping needs and will stick around until at least January 15th. We're hoping they like it so much they stick around for more. 

Bulletin's philosophy is a brand new approach to brick and mortar retail. The mission was to reinvent how stores work and make it easier for emerging brands and online-only retail to access physical retail space. With the internet, anyone can open an online store in just a few clicks, and they wanted to bring that ease and efficiency to traditional retail. So Bulletin built a platform that allows brands to share the cost of a real-life store. This spans startups, individual sellers, big brands, and tiny ones. The Bulletin team scours the internet to dig up their favorite brands and get their products on the shelf in just a few days.

"We decided to open our Bulletin Mini Mall pop-up shop in Flatiron, specifically, because we felt it was booming with great retail stores, young startups, and tourists. It's actually pretty difficult to find a neighborhood that has such high foot traffic spanning locals, visitors, and shoppers," says Co-Founder & COO, Ali Kriegsman. "We were really eager to connect with the young professionals in the neighborhood looking to holiday shop but also get in front of folks traversing Flatiron for Eataly, Fifth Avenue shopping, and the Union Square holiday market. It's been an ideal location to do a retail pop-up and we couldn't be more thrilled."

When it comes to the shopper, experience is the most important element of a Bulletin space. Building lounges and recruiting popular Instagram brands was an intentional way to connect with modern consumers. As part of the rent share model, any Bulletin brand can host unlimited events and activations in their respective space. This has become instrumental in driving foot traffic and also has allowed them to hone in on a people-based business. They believe retail spaces should be about bringing people together, not just selling a product.


Providing experiences facilitates community, both across the brands, and of course with the customers that attend and interact. It also helps Bulletin stay relevant and ties the Bulletin brand to a feeling of discovery. In an Instagram world where we’re feasting our eyes on new content 24/7, in-store events also provide a constant stream of new content. The stores are poised to become a gathering place for thriving internet communities making and sharing beautiful products that are now seeing the light of day.

In addition to the Bulletin Mini Mall holiday popup, there are currently two Bulletin spaces - one in SoHo and one in Williamsburg, with many more to come.

Bulletin Mini Mall is open Monday through Saturday 11 am - 8 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 7 pm.

Bulletin Mini Mall holiday popup, 927 Broadway, (212) 228-1625


Dec 5, 2017

Get to know Sony Square NYC

At the very center of the neighborhood, if you wander through Madison Square Park and head uptown on Madison Avenue, you might just stumble upon one of the Flatiron District's most fun-filled free experiences: Sony Square NYC. Sony Square NYC is a showplace for the latest in Sony entertainment and technology, and throughout the year Sony brings in new, exciting, interactive exhibits allowing you to play with a variety of technology and try something new each time you visit. 


Upon entering the company's New York City headquarters at 25 Madison Avenue, you'll have a hands-on experience with select new Sony technologies and products, some of which are still in the prototype stage. Additionally, the intimate space is used for unique consumer events, Sony Music artist meet and greets, and classes with world-renowned photographers.


New exhibits open at Sony Square NYC every six to eight weeks giving Flatiron District residents and office workers the chance to stop by and enjoy a new experience every few months. The space is currently featuring an “Experience PlayStation” exhibit, that allows guests to check out the enhanced graphics of the PS4 Pro, dive into the immersive experience of PlayStation VR (virtual reality), and get to know the wide variety of content and games across both platforms.


To celebrate the upcoming movie release, be sure to catch their latest showroom addition – an exclusive Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle interactive experience! You'll be transported into the jungle with the help of 3D glasses and a haptic vest. Stop by Sony Square NYC to immerse yourself in the world of Jumanji now through January 8th, 2018. And don't forget to stop by again later in January to see what new Sony technology fun is ready and waiting for you to get your hands on! Sony Square serves as the perfect, cost-effective (free!) activity to keep you or your family from going stir crazy during the cold winter months. 



Sony Square NYC is open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 7 pm, and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm. For more information on the space and current exhibits, please visit:


Photos courtesy of Sony Square NYC.

Dec 4, 2017

Flatiron Foodies: Cosme's Honey Nut Tamal

Today marks the third week of Flatiron Foodies, a part of the 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer, to help you with your holiday menu planning.

Tamal (also known as Tamales) and Christmas go hand in hand in Mexico. Cosme Chef/Owner Enrique Olvera and Chef Daniela Soto Innes share the restaurant's take on this holiday tradition that will leave your guests fighting over second helpings. 

Note: Ingredients are listed in grams as Mexico uses the metric system for everything, including cooking. We've taken the liberty to make the conversions to standard American cooking units for our fellow New Yorkers, and others reading this in the United States. 



Chefs Enrique Olvera & Daniela Soto Innes

Serves:  8
Preparation time: 20-25 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour - 1hour 15 minutes (30 minutes of cooking and 30-45 minutes in the oven)

Butternut Squash Puree:

  • 1 ea                    big butternut squash
  • 2 g (½ tsp)          salt, kosher
  • 4 g (1 tsp)           honey
  1. Wash the squash. Cut the squash longwise and clean from seeds and fibers.
  2. With a sharp knife create a grid pattern in the meat so they cook evenly. 
  3. Place the squash on a baking tray, face up, and season with salt and honey. 
  4. Cover with aluminum foil so the steam stays within the tray. 
  5. Bake for 45 minutes or until the meat is soft and you can see the grid pattern is opening up.
  6. Let the squash rest 15 minutes while still covered with the aluminum foil. 
  7. While still warm, use a big spoon to scrape the squash flesh out of the skin into a bowl. 
  8. The squash will be soft enough to become a mash simply by stirring.


  • 240 g (1 cup)     masa, white corn
  • 240 g (1 cup)     butternut square puree (from above)
  • 140 g (1/2 cup)  brown butter (room temperature)
  • 3 g (½ cup)        baking powder
  • 3 g (½ cup)        baking soda
  • 8 ea                   banana, leaf
  1. Mix the masa, puree, baking powder, baking soda and brown butter.
  2. Fill and seal the banana leaves.
  3. Steam tamales in oven for 50 minutes. Let the tamales rest at room temperature for 3 hours before refrigerating.
  4. Store in the refrigerator below 41 degrees for up to 3 days. To bring up to temperature, steam for three minutes in the oven (with leaf).

 Honeynut Fudge:

  • 2 ea                   honeynut squash
  • 90 g (6 tbsp)      butter
  • 1 g (1 pinch)      salt
  1. Peel the honeynut squash, clean from seeds and fibers and cut into a big dice.
  2. Bake covered until soft, and mash.
  3. While still warm, place it in a blender mixer, add a pinch of salt and emulsify with the cold butter. 
  4. Mix until a glossy, shiny, and fudgy consistency is reached.


  • 275 g (1 ¼ cup) plum tomatoes
  • 88 g (¼ cup)      tomatillo
  • 60 g (4 tbsp)      onion
  • 5 g (1 tsp)          garlic
  • 30 g (2 tbsp)      dry guajillo
  • 6 g (1 tsp)          thai chili
  • 0.3 pt (¾ cup)    pumpkin seeds
  • 0.2 pt ( ½ cup)   brown butter
  1. Preheat oven to 350F. 
  2. Place the tomatoes, tomatillos, onion, and garlic on a covered tray and bake covered until soft. 
  3. Clean the chilis from seeds and hydrate with water.
  4. Toast the pumpkin seeds.
  5. Blend all ingredients adding water until spoon consistency.
  6. Strain. 

Pumpkin Seeds:

  • 40 g (3 tbsp)      pumpkin seeds
  • 0.2 L (¾ cup)     canola oil, frying
  • 0.6 g (1 pinch)   salt, Maldon
  1. Soak the pumpkin seeds in water for at least 2 hours.
  2. Preheat the oil to 330F. 
  3. Deep fry the drained seeds until golden and puffed. 
  4. Let the excess oil drain into paper towels and season with salt while still warm.

Castelrosso Cheese:

100 g (3.5 oz)     Castelrosso 

Plate & serve: 

Remove the banana leaf from each steamed tamal and place in a bowl. Add honey nut fudge and top with the rich sikilpak. Garnish with the fried pumpkins seeds and castelrosso cheese. Enjoy! 

Pictured above: Chef/Partner - Daniela Soto Innes

Pictured below: Chef/Owner - Enrique Olvera





Nov 28, 2017

November News Roundup

It's getting colder outside but the Flatiron District continues to stay hot with media attention highlighting restaurants and bars, health and wellness businesses, and neighborhood events. Stay up-to-date with the latest Flatiron District News with our monthly roundup of notable highlights.

  • After opening at 16 West 22nd Street in June, Korean-American steakhouse Cote has continued to receive positive critical acclaim. In a recent review, New York Times food critic Pete Wells called Cote’s beef, “in all likelihood the best at any Korean barbecue place in New York City.” In other restaurant news, Baita, Eataly’s alpine-themed pop-up restaurant, reopened on November 2nd (via AM New York).
  • November was another exciting month for the BID with our holiday launch party and the unveiling of Future Expansion’s Flatiron Reflection on the Flatiron North Public Plaza on Monday, November 20th. Flatiron Reflection was the winner of the annual Holiday Design Competition and will remain on view through the holidays as part of the BID’s annual “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer” programming (via Town & Village and Manhattan Digest). For more information on “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer”, click here.
  • In addition to the unveiling of Flatiron Reflection, the Flatiron District hosted several other noteworthy events throughout the month. In nearby Madison Square Park, our friends at the Madison Square Park Conservancy unveiled Whiteout by artist Erwin Redl. The installation is comprised of hundreds of twinkling LED lights in the Park’s central Oval Lawn (via TimeOut New York). On Veterans Day, tens of thousands of people lined up along Fifth Avenue in the Flatiron District to honor our nation’s veterans as part of the city’s annual Veterans Day ceremony and parade (via CBS New York).

Image of Flatiron Reflection and Holiday Launch Party

Nov 28, 2017

New Neighbor: Chikarashi

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is thrilled to welcome Chikarashi to the Flatiron District. Located in the NoMad area of the Flatiron Business Improvement District, Chikarashi has made a name for itself as one of the best poke restaurants in New York City. This is Chikarashi’s second location after debuting in Chinatown last year.

Chikarashi offers a contemporary perspective on Hawaiian poke, influenced by Japanese chirashi, with flourishes of Korean and Chinese flavors. At the helm of this refreshing fast-casual concept is Executive Chef Michael Jong Lim, who has previously worked at critically-acclaimed restaurants such as Neta, Masa, and Aldea.

The restaurant features a minimalist atmosphere of natural wood, with a counter that seats eight. Chikarashi serves thirteen signature bowls of poke, including the Sichuan Chili Salmon with Scottish salmon, Sichuan mayonnaise, furikake and katsuo panko and the Wasabi Mayo Tuna with bluefin tuna, wasabi mayo, shichimi, shoyu daikon and shoga.

Diners at Chikarashi can select from regular (3 oz. fish) or large (4 oz. fish) portions. Regular bowls start at $12.99 and large bowls start at $14.99.

Hours are Monday through Saturday from 11:30 am to 9 pm, and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m.

Chikarashi, 1158 Broadway, corner of 27th Street, (917) 262-0623

Photo Credit: Chikarashi

Nov 28, 2017

New Neighbor: Doux Supperclub

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is pleased to announce that Doux Supperclub, a Parisian-themed speakeasy featuring live performances, has opened in the Flatiron District.

Located at 59 West 21st Street, Doux features two distinct spaces. The front area is a café that offers French pastries and coffee. The back opens into a 2000-square foot lounge complete with a full bar serving up unique craft cocktails. The lounge also hosts themed dinner events with live jazz and other performances.

Each of Doux Supperclub's handcrafted cocktails are paired with chocolate. For those seeking a light cocktail, ‘Summer In St. Germain’ is made with Champagne, St. Germain elder flower liqueur, and strawberry puree. ‘Pardon My French’ is gin, Aperol rhubarb liqueur, and grape fruit juice and bitters. Whiskey fans are also in luck as the menu includes a classic Old Fashioned.

Doux’s daily menu includes French classics such as croque-monsieur and croquet-salmon on toast, toasted sourdough topped with spinach, tomato and goat cheese, charcuterie and cheese boards, and sweet and savory crepes.

Sunday’s four-course brunch is served family style and includes croissants and muffins with peach rosemary jam, classic French lyonnaise with frisée, poached egg, and bacon, crepes with red caviar, and choice of dessert. Each Sunday brunch includes a live performance.

Doux Supperclub also has space available for private events including a DJ booth, stand-up bar, and 80-person banquet seating.

Doux Supperclub is open 5 to 11 pm Tuesday & Wednesday, 5 pm to 4 am Thursday, Friday & Saturday, and 12 to 6 pm on Sunday.

Doux Supperclub, 59 West 21st Street, (212) 359-4200

Photo Credit: Doux Supperclub

Nov 27, 2017

Flatiron Foodies: ilili's Baked Moussaka Eggplant

Welcome to the second installment of Flatiron Foodies, a part of the 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer, to help you with your holiday menu planning.

For the second week of the series, ilili Chef de Cuisine Daniel Dorado shares his Baked Moussaka Eggplant. This versatile dish can be served as a main or a side and is perfect for pleasing vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.



ilili Restaurant
Chef de Cuisine Daniel Dorado

Serves:  6-8
Preparation time: 20-25 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour - 1hour 15 minutes (30 minutes of cooking and 30-45 minutes in the oven)


  • 3 pounds cubed eggplant, half of the skin in stripes
  • 1 cup large diced ripe Roma Tomatoes (skinless)
  • 1 cup large Roma canned tomatoes with juices
  • 1 cup sliced onion
  • 2 tablespoon sliced garlic
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • ¼  teaspoon allspice
  • ¼  teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½  cup water
  • ⅛  cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 58 round cherry tomatoes
  • 1 tablespoon Kosher salt

To Prepare: 


  1. Using a vegetable peeler, peel strips of skin from eggplant lengthwise and cut into 1-inch cubes.

  2. Deep-fry the eggplant in cooking oil until brown, remove from oil, and place on white paper napkins to soak up the excess oil. (For a healthier alternative, brush eggplant with oil and bake at 375 degrees until browned and slightly charred.)


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

  2. Using a hot sauce pot, add olive oil and garlic and saute garlic until translucent, but not brown.

  3. Add the onions, all of the seasonings, and saute until onions are wilted.

  4. Add tomatoes, and water, and bring to a boil, allow to simmer for 12 minutes.

  5. Reserve for later use.


Baking Moussaka:

Place the eggplant in a 10-inch round baking pan and top with sauce and the 1 tablespoon of salt. Layer the cherry tomatoes in a circular fashion. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-45 minutes until the tomatoes are brown, with a slight char.


Special Thanks to ilili General Manager Britta Priest.

Pictured above: Baked Moussaka Eggplant as served at ilili Restaurant.

Pictured below: Baked Moussaka Eggplant as served at home.

Pictured below: Chef de Cuisine Daniel Dorado.
Photos courtesy of ilili Restaurant.


Nov 21, 2017

#ShopSmall Saturday, November 25th for Flatiron Discounts & Prizes!

Founded by American Express, Small Business Saturday is an opportunity to show love to small businesses during the holiday shopping season. This year, as a Neighborhood Champion, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is collaborating with businesses across the district to hold in-store events and special deals, in addition to a neighborhood-wide photo scavenger hunt, this Saturday, November 25th.

Throughout the district, you'll see local businesses decked out with Small Business Saturday decor. The businesses below are doing something extra special on Small Business Saturday. Use the hashtag #ShopSmall and tag @FlatironNY on social media.

Abracadabra – 19 West 21st Street, (212) 627-5194

Snap photos with Abracadabra’s Zoltar Machine and enjoy 10% off stocking stuffers when you mention the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership.

The Belgian Beer Cafe - 220 Fifth Avenue, (212) 575-2337

In celebration of Small Business Saturday, take 15% off your brunch or lunch bill when you mention Small Business Saturday to your server.

BONMi - 119 East 23rd Street, (646) 895-9232

Enjoy any beef entree for $6, and any other entree item for $5 all day if you mention "shop small" at check out.

The Churchill Tavern – 45 East 28th Street, (646) 476-8419

The Churchill Tavern is offering a $25 per person brunch, which includes one brunch item, two drinks, and includes tax and gratuity.

Flatiron Wines – 929 Broadway(212) 477-1315

Step into Flatiron Wines for a Small Business Saturday wine tasting. Get 15% off the wines at the tasting when you sign up for the Flatiron Wines newsletter.

ilili BOX- 999 Broadway, in the Flatiron North Public Plaza, (646) 771-4090

Free side of ilili BOX's signature Phoenician Fries with the purchase of any sandwich or rice bowl.

N.Y. Cake - 56 West 22nd Street, (212) 675-2253

Stock up on your baking needs for the holiday season. Ready-made cookie icing by Wilton (10oz.) was $4.99, now $2.99. Rolled fondant (2.2lbs) was $9.99, now $4.99. Metal cookie cutters, buy one get one free.

New York Personal Training (NYPT) - 12 West 21st Street, 2nd Floor, (646) 389-2812

Buy one Strength Training Session, get a Restore and Recover Session Free.

Pondicheri15 West 27th Street, (646) 878-4375

Free Chai or Coffee with the purchase of a cookie or other Bake Lab item.

Rizzoli Bookstore – 1133 Broadway, (212) 759-2424

Stop by Rizzoli and post a picture of a book you would like to give or receive to your public Instagram and tag @RizzoliBookstore and @FlatironNY. All posts will be entered to win a copy of the book that you photographed ($50 max).

The Strand Popup inside Club Monaco160 Fifth Avenue, (212) 473-1452 ext. 180

Tag @strandbookstore and #shopsmall with a photo of your Saturday purchases (or just out enjoying Small Business Saturday) for a chance to win a $25 gift card. Up to three winners will be selected on November 27th. 

sundays nail studio - 51 East 25th Street, (646) 998-5711

20% off all services and products on Small Business Saturday! 

Terri - 60 West 23rd Street, (212) 647-8810

10% off menu items to anyone who mentions the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership.

Uplift – 24 West 23rd Street, (212) 242-3103

Click HERE and use the code SMALLBIZ2017 to redeem a single class for $15 and sign up for classes. The class will be active in their Uplift Mindbody accounts for 30 days. Please note the code won't go live until Small Business Saturday: 11/25. 

Whisk – 933 Broadway, (212) 477-8680

Stop by Whisk for a cocktail spritzer demonstration with one of their sodastream machines.

Yoga Shanti – 46 West 24th Street (at Sixth Avenue), (212) 255-9642

Small Business Saturday is the perfect day to try something new! All new students that day will receive a free class. Returning students will receive 25% off classes, class packs, and retail.

Flatiron District Digital Scavenger Hunt

Join the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership for our digital scavenger hunt on Saturday, November 25th. Eligible participants will be entered to win a prize. Here’s how to play:

  1. Attend the #ShopSmall in Flatiron Facebook Event.
  2. On November 25th, visit small businesses in the Flatiron District and take a photo in at least five different businesses throughout the neighborhood. Click here for a map to guide you. Look out for Small Business Saturday welcome mats, paper crowns, paper hearts, a tent card by the register, pennants, or a sticker on the door...bonus points if they're part of the picture! 
  3. On Saturday, November 25th, post all five pictures at the same time to the Facebook event wall. Photos must be posted on November 25th.
  4. OR enter via a public Instagram account by posting all five photos on November 25th with the hashtag #ShopSmall and tag @FlatironNY.
  5. A winner will be chosen at random.

One entry per Facebook account. Open to US residents only.

Image of Whisk via Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership



Nov 21, 2017

Flatiron Reflection Unveiled at Holiday Launch Party

On Monday, November 20th, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership kicked off the sixth annual "23 Days of Flatiron Cheer" season featuring free performances, fitness sessions, prizes, hot beverage giveaways, and much more. Now in its sixth year, "23 Days of Flatiron Cheer" is made possible by generous donors Meringoff Properties (Presenting Sponsor), 212 Fifth Avenue and Sony Square NYC (Supporting Sponsors), and Porcelanosa (Contributing Sponsor).

The centerpiece of the festivities, Flatiron Reflection, the winner of the fourth-annual Flatiron Plaza Holiday Design Competition in partnership with Van Alen Institute and permitted through NYC DOT Art, was also unveiled on the Flatiron North Public Plaza in the shadow of the Flation Building.

Flatiron Reflection, designed by Future Expansion, is a publicly spirited space that encourages new experiences of the city, new modes of dwelling in the plaza, and new views of its context. A bundle of shimmering tubes creates a fragmented column at the scale of the public plaza. The fluted perimeter offers niches that can be occupied, while a panoramic central space opens out like a stage into the plaza. The conical interior form cuts out the visual noise of the city to isolate the image of the Flatiron Building and its neighbors on the skyline.

The project is designed to be experienced both up-close and from a distance. As you walk around it, the play of light, shadow, and reflection changes its appearance against the background of buildings and trees. From a distance, the folds create soft reflections that become clearer as you approach; Indistinguishable shapes sharpen into hazy impressions of familiar landmarks.

“We’re excited to be working with the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and Van Alen Institute to temporarily transform this spectacular site,” said Deirdre and Nicholas McDermott, principals of Future Expansion. “The installation is designed for three scales of experience: the deeply creased exterior makes spaces for individuals; the interior room offers an intimate panorama for small groups; and the north-facing wedge presents a platform toward the plaza. We hope that the installation opens new possibilities for interaction and experiences while reinforcing the pure public essence of the site.”

The installation will remain on view to the public on the Flatiron North Public Plaza at Broadway, Fifth Avenue, and 23rd Street through January 1st.

Download the full press release here

For the full "23 Days of Flatiron Cheer" schedule, click here.



2017 Archive

New Neighbor: Bulletin Mini Mall Pop-up

Get to know Sony Square NYC

Flatiron Foodies: Cosme's Honey Nut Tamal

November News Roundup

New Neighbor: Chikarashi

New Neighbor: Doux Supperclub

Flatiron Foodies: ilili's Baked Moussaka Eggplant

#ShopSmall Saturday, November 25th for Flatiron Discounts & Prizes!

Flatiron Reflection Unveiled at Holiday Launch Party

Flatiron Foodies: Black Barn's Curried Cauliflower Steak

New Neighbor: Bazar Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Flatiron District Thanksgiving Dining Guide

New Neighbor: Blu Dot

Flatiron Partnership and Van Alen Institute Announce Winning Holiday Installation Design: Flatiron Reflection

New Neighbor: Thursday Boot Company

October News Roundup

New Neighbor: New York Laser Loft

Fall 2017 Intersections Speaker Series Recap

New Neighbor: Merakia: Greek MountainThief Spithouse + Steak

September News Roundup

Resilient Retail in the Flatiron District

2017 Business Assistance Forum Recap

New Neighbor: Pottery Barn Flagship

New Neighbor: Hidden City Event Loft

Fall Event Lineup

August News Roundup

Flatiron is a College Town

Flatiron Summer Series Recap

Flatiron Shared Street Ribbon Cutting

New Neighbor: Cote

July News Roundup

Flatiron BID Issues RFP for Holiday Event Management Team

NYC Restaurant Week Returns with 18 Participating Flatiron District Restaurants

New Neighbor: KOHLER Experience Center

New Neighbor: The White Company

New Neighbor: CAVA

New Neighbor: &pizza

2017 Fourth of July Holiday Guide

June News Roundup

New Neighbor: The Pho

Annual Meeting Recap: Celebrating 11 Years, and Looking Ahead

Hanging Flower Baskets Return to the Flatiron District

Father's Day in the Flatiron District

Exercise on the Flatiron Public Plaza This Summer on Wellness Wednesdays (June 21-August 9)

Mark Your Calendars for This Year's Tech Tuesday Line-Up (June 20-August 8)

Announcing the 2017 Summer Series Throwback Thursday Line-Up

May News Roundup

Announcing the 2017 Flatiron Summer Series: June 20th – August 10th

Memorial Day Holiday Guide

Volunteers Needed for Broadway Vacancy Survey

New Neighbor: GRK Fresh

New Neighbor: Dr Smood

Mother's Day Flatiron Gifts Guide

Mother's Day Flatiron Restaurant Guide

New Neighbor: Made Nice

Speaker Series Recap: Access to Capital for Small Businesses

New Neighbor: Peter Manning NYC

Dining Options Expand in the Flatiron District

April News Roundup

New Neighbor: BONMi

Flatiron Flâneur

New Neighbor: Yo! Sushi

New Neighbor: Fields Good Chicken

Your Guide to Easter in the Flatiron District

Flatiron Green Cafe and ilili BOX Open for the Season

New Neighbor: Patisserie Chanson

New Neighbor: WANT Apothecary

Coworking Spaces Flourish in the Flatiron District

March News Roundup

City Lights Comes to the Flatiron District

Public Improvement Projects in the District

Destination Midtown App Launches

New Neighbor: ROKI Le Izakaya

New Neighbor: sundays nail studio

Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) in the Flatiron District

New Neighbor: Made Man Barbershop

Museum of Public Relations Celebrates Women’s History Month

Vote for One Book, One New York

February News Roundup

New Neighbor: Salon Cecilia

A President's Day Weekend Staycation in the Flatiron District

Baruch College Ranks #1 in Social Mobility

Valentine's Day Neighborhood Guide

Flatiron District Super Bowl Guide

Valentine's Day Dining in the Flatiron District

January News Roundup

New Neighbor: Modrn Sanctuary

2016 Flatiron BID Community Survey Results

2-for-1 NYC Broadway Tickets Now On Sale

NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2017

New Neighbor: VERTS

Volunteer for HOPE 2017

January Joiner: Get Fit in Flatiron

New Neighbor: Equinox Gramercy

December News Roundup