Nov 13, 2018

Show Support for Small Business Saturday!

SHOP SMALL this holiday season! Join millions of shoppers around the country for Small Business Saturday, on November 24th - two days after Thanksgiving.

This year, to raise awareness about the value of shopping locally, BIDs around the city are coming together for the Small Business Saturday Coalition, a citywide campaign to highlight the diversity of small and independent businesses in New York. The Flatiron BID is happy to shine a spotlight on the unique retail opportunities that contribute to the neighborhood character of Flatiron and fellow NYC communities. 

As a Neighborhood Champion, an official American Express designation, the Flatiron BID will highlight events and deals happening in the neighborhood. Check back to FlatironDistrict.NYC next week for exciting opportunities to support local Flatiron businesses. 

Not familiar with Small Business Saturday? The campaign began in 2010 when American Express founded the event to encourage consumers to “Shop Small,” and in 2011, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution officially recognizing Small Business Saturday. Since then, elected officials and community organizations play an important role in supporting the event, a cornerstone of the holiday shopping season. Since Small Business Saturday started, U.S. customers have reported spending an estimated total of $85 billion at independent retailers and restaurants — that's $85 billion over 8 days alone.

Flatiron Small Business Owner? If you are a small business owner in the Flatiron District and would like to learn more about becoming a participating business on Small Business Saturday, please contact the Flatiron BID at Additionally, the BID has marketing materials to share with businesses like storefront logos, social media posts, or website banners to drive consumers to their stores. Eligible businesses may utilize the Shop Small Studio to quickly create personalized marketing materials.

Save the Date - 11/24!


Nov 12, 2018

Flatiron Thanksgiving Dining Guide 2018

Get stuffed this Thanksgiving in the Flatiron District, and enjoy a stress-free gathering at one of the neighborhood restaurants below. Please contact restaurants individually for reservations and more information.

Almond, 12 East 22nd Street, between Park Avenue South and Broadway, (212) 228-7557
Leave all the cooking to Almond! Almond will prepare your Thanksgiving turkey, sides, apps, and desserts for you with easy heating and cooking directions. Available menu items include pasture-raised turkey, butternut squash soup, your choice of several sides, and pumpkin or apple crumb pie. Almond’s full Thanksgiving catering package serves 8-12 people for $600.

Blackbarn, 19 East 26th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, (212) 265-5959
Enjoy comfort food made with local, artisanal ingredients at Blackbarn this Thanksgiving. Blackbarn’s Thanksgiving three-course prix fixe menu includes family-style appetizers, followed by the main course, five side dishes for everyone to share, and a choice of four desserts including pumpkin cheesecake. Dinner is $95 for adults and $35 for children under 12 years old.

Bouley at Home, 31 West 21st Street, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, (212) 255-5828
Spend this Thanksgiving enjoying an all-day six-course tasting menu and wine program at Bouley Test Kitchen! Chef Bouley reinterprets classic dishes with modern twists and luxurious organic ingredients for this special occasion. $195 per person with an optional wine pairing of $125.

The Churchill Tavern, 45 East 28th Street, between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue, (646) 476-8419
Reservations are open for The Churchill Tavern’s Thanksgiving dinner. The Churchill will be serving an a la carte menu and special entrees include Roast Vermont Turkey, Roast Beef, Lamb Lollipops, and a Half Roast Chicken along with a wide selection of trimmings.

Dig Inn, 1178 Broadway, corner of 28th Street, (212) 335-2010
Let Dig Inn take care of Thanksgiving cooking for you! Dig Inn offers a Thanksgiving Catering Package that includes turkey, cranberry compote, gravy, charred brussel sprouts, roasted sweet potatoes, and cornbread. These items are also available a la carte. The package serves 10 people for $175. 

The Flatiron Room, 37 West 26th Street, between Broadway and Sixth Avenue, (212) 725-3860
Join The Flatiron Room for a festive evening of Live Jazz and a special four-course dinner. The Thanksgiving menu includes starters like Lobster Chestnut Bisque, Local Bushel Turkey and Atlantic Halibut as a main course, and bourbon pecan pie to finish. $80 per person.

Harding’s, 32 East 21st Street, between Park Avenue South and Broadway, (212) 600-2105
Harding’s is currently accepting reservations for Thanksgiving from 3 pm to 8 pm. Enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu featuring items like slow roasted turkey, roasted butternut squash soup, and Mississippi mud cake. Dinner is $59 for adults and $29 for children.

Hill Country, 30 West 26th Street, between Sixth Avenue and Broadway, 212-255-4544 
Hill Country is offering a Texas-sized Thanksgiving feast on Thanksgiving Day From 11:30 am to 8 pm. Bring the whole family for Pit-Smoked Turkey, a signature barbecue, and all the traditional Thanksgiving sides and desserts. Everything on the Thanksgiving Day menu is also available for pick-up. You can order a la carte or The Ranchers Feast, which serves 8 to 10 guests and includes turkey, gravy, cornbread, your choice of four sides, and a pie. Pick-ups can be scheduled for Wednesday, November 21st or Thursday, November 22nd.

ilili, 236 Fifth Avenue, between 27th and 28th Streets, (212) 683-2929
Spend this Thanksgiving enjoying the Lebanese-Mediterranean flavors of ilili. A special four-course prix-fixe celebration offers Thanksgiving classics such as Slow Roasted Turkey, Spiced Lamb, roasted sweet potatoes, wild mushrooms, and apple pie served with a cranberry compote. Dinner is $72 per person and $35 for children.

La Pecora Bianca, 1133 Broadway, corner of 26th Street, (212) 498-9696
Sit down with La Pecora Bianca for a $75 four-course prix fixe menu on Thanksgiving Day from noon to 10 pm. Have your choice of classic fall dishes like squash pasta and a full Turkey spread. Additional offerings include a fall salad, wild mushroom stuffing, sweet potato puree, and pumpkin spice cake.

Park Avenue Autumn, 360 Park Avenue South, corner of 26th Street, (212) 951-7111
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Park Avenue Autumn to enjoy an impressive meal this holiday season. From noon to 8 pm, Park Avenue Autumn is serving a three-course prix-fixe featuring seasonal dishes like roasted butternut soup to start, Thanksgiving Turkey, trimmings for the table to share, and desserts like the pumpkin & praline dome. $89 for adults and $39 for children.

Sarabeth’s Park Avenue South, 381 Park Avenue South, corner of 27th Street, (212) 335-0093
Sarabeth’s Park Avenue South is happy to serve you this Thanksgiving. Enjoy brunch from 8 am to 1 pm, and a 4-course dinner menu from 2 pm to 9 pm. $65 per person and $35 for children under 12.

Scarpetta, 88 Madison Avenue, corner of 29th Street, (212) 691-0555
Scarpetta invites you to spend Thanksgiving enjoying a special four-course prix fixe menu for $85 per person. The menu includes options such as butternut squash soup or creamy polenta with truffled mushrooms as appetizers, short rib or roasted turkey as your main course, and dessert choices like an apple tart or dulce de leche gelato.

Simon & The Whale, 23 Lexington Avenue, corner of 23rd Street
Join Simon & The Whale this Thanksgiving for a throw down feast. Simon & The Whale is serving the classic bird and all the dressings, plus a little added pizzazz! Cannot plan ahead? A limited menu and walk-in bar seating will be available.

The Smith NoMad, 1150 Broadway, corner of 27th Street, (212) 685-450
Join The Smith for a Thanksgiving feast with plenty of options to choose from. The Smith is offering a three-course menu that features the classic bird and all the fixings. $68 per person and children under 12  eat for half price. 

Image via Blackbarn

Nov 6, 2018

BID Assessment Increase Hearing

At 10 am on November 14th, a public hearing will be held in the City Council Committee Room, 2nd Floor, located at City Hall in Manhattan. The purpose of the hearing is to consider a local law which authorizes an increase in the annual amount to be expended in the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID).
The BID currently has one of the lowest assessment rates of all Manhattan BIDs, and this proposed increase is only the second since its inception in 2006. The proposed assessment increase of roughly 4.5 cents, from 11 cents per commercial square foot to 15.5 cents, is to be phased in over three fiscal years. Rising operating expenses, coupled with expanded programming and public improvement projects, compel the BID to consider this increase in order to maintain the high level of service that has proven to be so vital to the success of the Flatiron District.
For full hearing details, including the agenda, please click here.
Nov 1, 2018

New Neighbor: Benno

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is glad to announce the opening of Benno, the eponymous fine-dining restaurant featuring Mediterranean cuisine. The menu focuses on the area where Italy and France meet at Liguria and Provence, while highlighting additional regions along the Mediterranean coast. The beverage program explores the unique wines and spirits from these provinces, with options for both cocktail and wine pairings that complement the arc of the cuisine. 

Located in the landmarked hotel The Evelyn, the historic space—which dates back to 1905—was meticulously restored by the award-winning Parts and Labor Design. Featuring a rich color palette of deep reds, blues, and greens; custom furniture with brass and marble accents; and a 14’ domed skylight above the main dining room, the Art Deco-inspired space blends the grandeur of “old New-York” with a modern aesthetic reflective of the new take on fine dining the team is looking to achieve. The design, cuisine, and service at Benno all aim to create a sense of elegance and refinement, but also fun and celebration.

Grounded in classic French technique, the cuisine represents Chef Benno’s three decades of experience working in and running some of the world’s most prestigious fine-dining restaurants, as well as his continuous pursuit of knowledge, inspiration, and evolution as a Chef. Says Benno, “We wanted to challenge ourselves to go beyond Italy and France, pushing our own boundaries as we explore the diverse flavors, ingredients, and spirits of the Mediterranean region.” The menu is separated into four sections: Vegetables & Grains, Seafood & Meat, Pastas, and Mains, and guests are invited to select three, four, or five courses. 

Highlights include an Olive Oil Braised Abalone with mushroom, crouton, capers, lemon, and parsley vinaigrette; Spaghetti Di Grano Arso with clams, sea urchin, and scallions; and Long Island Pekin Duck foie gras with turnips and pistachio-date brik. Dessert, from Pastry Chef Lindsey Bittner, include Pear with goat cheese, phyllo saffron, and almonds; Flan with rosemary, poached cranberries, and brown butter gelato; and Babka with dark chocolate, pistachio halva, and coffee cardamom gelato.

Benno's beverage program is composed by Wine Director Aaron Von Rock (formerly of Lincoln Ristorante) and is meant to mirror the geographic scope of Chef Benno's cuisine. The 250-label wine list includes a robust section showcasing “The Mediterranean Tableau,” with both classic regional wines and unique finds from France, Italy, and Spain. To add a bit of fun and flair—and incorporate a collection of distinct older wines sourced by Von Rock—the list includes additional Feature Sections such as “Nebbiolo Season,” The Brunello Library,” and “Bordeaux’s Great ’05 Vintage.” Similarly, cocktails incorporate the distinct spirits found across the Mediterranean region, including several barrel-aged preparations that help harmonize complex flavors. Benno also offers the unique option for both wine or cocktail pairings, guided by the beverage team, to complement any meal. 

Designed by Parts and Labor Design, the main dining room is defined by a dramatic 14’ diameter skylight from which hangs a multi-part Art Deco-inspired light fixture made of brass, serving as a sculptural element within the space. Custom furniture includes tables with brass and marble accents and deep blue leather seats with brass detailing, all of which contribute to an elevated dining experience. To the right is a 10-seat bar topped in dark honed marble and lined with plush custom bar stools. The stunning 30-seat Private Dining Room was the space most preserved during the renovation process, with original wood paneling, molding, and a fireplace that has been transformed into a hidden liquor display cabinet. 

Benno is the third and final project to open in The Evelyn Hotel this year, marking the culmination of Chef Benno’s life-long dedication to the hospitality profession. He notes, “Five years ago I saw a unique opportunity to do everything I’ve ever done in my career in one space in this beautiful landmarked building—a Roman-inspired pastry shop (Leonelli Focacceria), a casual Italian trattoria (Leonelli Taberna), and a fine-dining French Mediterranean restaurant. 

Benno opens Thursday, November 8th. Dinner service is available Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30 pm to 10 pm. 

Benno, 7 East 27th Street, (212) 451-9557

Photo Credit: Alex Staniloff

Oct 30, 2018

Event Recap: 2018 Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships

Nearly 200 guests gathered to celebrate the work of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership at the 13th annual Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships on a beautiful fall evening last Tuesday, October 23rd. The party at 230 FIFTH began at 6 pm with drinks and passed hors d'ouevres on the venue's rooftop, along with stunning views of the neighborhood. Guests made their way to the 20th floor penthouse lounge around 7:15 pm.

BID board members Jane Gural Senders and Nick Athanail welcomed the crowd. Pedro Carrillo, Chief of Staff for District 2 City Councilmember Carlina Rivera, delivered a City Council Proclamation, signed by Councilmember Rivera, District 4 City Councilmember Keith Powers, and Speaker of the New York City Council Corey Johnson, thanking Founding Executive Director Jennifer Brown for her 12-plus years of service.

Ms. Brown attributed the BID’s success over the years to the many staff members who have worked so hard on behalf on the neighborhood, along with the very involved board members. She noted what a special place the district is, and thanked the community members for their involvement and support. 

Following the remarks, attendees partook in a fun photo booth and mingled and networked the night away.

>> View CFP 2018 Event Photos

>> Check out CFP 2018 Photobooth Pictures

Photo L-R: Jane Gural Senders, BID Board Member; Jennifer Brown, Founding Executive Director; Nick Athanail, BID Board Member; Pedro Carrillo, Chief of Staff, City Councilmember Carlina Rivera

Photo Credit: Angelito Jusay Photography

Oct 30, 2018

October News Roundup

October ushered in the changing color of leaves, some colder weather, and another busy month in the Flatiron District. Noteworthy restaurants and bars received praise, new businesses opened their doors, and companies announced plans to lease additional office space in the district. Stay up-to-date with the latest Flatiron District News with the BID’s monthly roundup of notable highlights, and Happy Halloween! 

  • We are excited to announce that the popular vegan fast food chain, Veggie Grill, will be moving into the district in Spring 2019 at 12 West 23rd Street (via Live Kindly). The third and final outpost from Chef Jonathon Benno at The Evelyn, Benno, a fine dining Mediterranean-style restaurant will be opening its doors next month (via New York Post). A number of Flatiron dining spots topped notable lists. Thrillist's Best Pumpkin Pies in NYC list included Hill Country and Lady M (via Thrillist New York). Vogue rounded up a list of the best cooking classes in NYC, which included Eataly's La Scoula which offers Italian fare cooking lessons, and the Natural Gourmet Institute, which specializes in vegan-minded and gluten-free cooking (via Vogue). The NoMad Hotel's NoMad Bar was named the best bar in North America, and the fourth best bar in the world by World's 50 Best Bars (via Forbes). Lebanese restaurant, ilili, was labeled as one of the best restaurants to eat at when visiting NYC (via Independent). 
  • The company spearheading the construction of a residential building at 39 West 23rd Street, Anbau Enterprises, celebrated the project's groundbreaking this month (via New York YIMBY). The online ticket-selling platform, SeatGeek is doubling the size of its headquarters in a new Flatiron space at 902 Broadway (via The Real Deal). Floor covering contractor, Consolidated Carpet, is also moving its headquarters and showroom to 16 West 22nd Street (via Commercial Observer). Knotel continues to grow with an additional Flatiron location coming to 155 Fifth Avenue as a part of a major citywide expansion (via BizJournals).  

Photo Credit: Chronogram of the Natural Gourmet Institute 

Oct 22, 2018

The École, a French-American School with an International Perspective

The unassuming façade of the building at 206 Fifth Avenue may give little clue as to what lies inside, that is, unless you look up and see the colorful flags proudly waving on which are written the words ‘the École’. Anyone who has a little knowledge of French would then know that this is a school. But this establishment is not just any school, and it did not start out as The École. It is an international, French-American school that was founded in 2009 under the name École Internationale de New York (or EINY for short). Last year, with the 10th anniversary of the school around the corner, it was decided that it was time for a change.

New Name, New Logo, New Identity

Many independent schools go through a re-branding every 10 to 15 years to reassess their identity and to take a closer look at the direction in which they are heading. The École’s new look is meant, in part, to reflect the trendiness of the Flatiron District, which is home to both its campuses (as well as a myriad of start-ups, fashion agencies, and hip restaurants). Many of the school’s families also live in the neighborhood, which enhances the tight-knit community feel of The École.

Although the school’s look has gone through this recent makeover, the new name—The École—with its English article and French noun, underlines what has not changed: namely, the bilingual nature of the French-American school. Students at The École do not learn two languages; they learn in two languages, French and English. From nursery onward, each class has both a French and an American teacher, who work together to make cohesive lesson plans. Some math classes, social studies, and science lessons are even taught in both languages simultaneously, allowing the students to make connections between the two different programs. Mandarin is introduced in 3rd grade. Spanish can also be selected in Middle School.

This year, as The École celebrates its 10th anniversary, another change is in the works. The school, which now has 215 students from nursery/maternelle through 8th grade has outgrown its second location on East 22nd Street, which houses most of the elementary school, the middle school, and the administrative offices. They will not be moving far though, as the new campus will need to be within walking distance of the maternelle campus on Fifth Avenue.

Although The École will continue to grow, the goal is to have no more than two classes at each grade level in order to maintain the quality of personalized instruction, its innovative program, and its community feel—all essential parts of its identity as a small international school in the heart of NYC. That is one feature that will not be changing anytime soon.

The École is hosting open houses in November, December, and January. For more details, please visit The École's Calendar of Events.

Photo Credit: The École

Oct 22, 2018

Flatiron Foodies: Scampi NYC's Malfaldini Scampi with Shrimp, Parsley, Butter & Lemon

Chef-Owner PJ Calapa's Scampi NYC (30 West 18th Street) is a southern Italian-inspired neighborhood restaurant with a focus on seafood. “The malfadini scampi is my reimagined take on the classic iteration of the Italian dish. I like to keep it simple, using malfaldini pasta instead of the traditional linguine, and tossing it with white wine, garlic, crustacean stock, and chili flakes. I then add in some fresh shrimp to cook in butter along with the pasta, and finish it by seasoning with freshly chopped pasley, lemon juice, and salt to taste. Top it off with a little toasted bread crumbs for added texture and voila, you have a simple, yet flavorful scampi dish."

Malfaldini "Scampi" with Shrimp, Parsley, Butter & Lemon

Serves: 4 - 6


  • 1/2 Pound dry malfaldini pasta 
  • 1 TBL shaved garlic
  • 1/4 TSP chili flakes
  • 1/2 Cup chopped Gulf shrimp
  • 3 TBL white wine
  • 1/2 Cup crustacean stock
  • 1 TBL butter
  • 4 TBL extra virigin olive oil
  • 2 TBL chopped parsley
  • 2 TBL toasted panko breadcrumbs


  • Bring a large pot of water to a boil, and heavily salt the water. Add dry pasta and cook according to package instructions.
  • In a large saute pan, toast garlic and chili flakes in 2 TBL of olive oil. Once the garlic is nearly golden brown, deglaze the pan by turning off the heat and adding the white wine. Add the crustacean stock and bring to a boil.
  • Add pasta to the pan and toss. The starch from the pasta will thicken the stock and coat the pasta.
  • Add the chopped shrimp, continue to toss pasta in the pan, and once shrimp begins to cook, add butter and remaining 2 TBL of olive oil.
  • Finish the pasta with the chopped parsley, lemon juice, and salt to taste.
  • Plate the pasta individually, top with toasted panko bread crumbs, and serve immediately.

Pictured above: Calapa's Scampi (Photo Credit: Evan Sung)

Pictured below: Chef-Owner PJ Calapa (Photo Credit: NY Times)


Oct 12, 2018

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

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and Van Alen Institute unveiled the winner of the fifth annual Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition—Happy by Studio Cadena—a temporary installation in the heart of the Flatiron District. Happy will be the centerpiece of the Partnership’s seventh annual holiday program and a highly visible landmark in this thriving New York City neighborhood.

“We all wish each other happiness during the holidays. This installation physically manifests this well wishing to all who visit Flatiron,” said Benjamin Cadena, Founder and Principal of Studio Cadena. “In our otherwise bleak social and political context, it aspires to carve a small and more positive space in the city—it offers a warm embrace during the cold winter months.”

The installation features 24 softly shaped transparent vinyl screens that drape down from an open frame to inscribe an intimate collective space within. Its rich colored surface projects a highly visible and memorable figure from a distance, and up close, filters views inside and out by infusing the surrounding context in a rich, saturated glow. Gently swaying in the breeze, it shimmers and reflects while it casts long colored shadows in the low light of late fall and early winter. Happy is a simple device to make you stop, wonder, and most importantly, smile.

The installation will remain on view to the public on the Flatiron North Public Plaza at Broadway, Fifth Avenue, and 23rd Street, through the holidays as part of the Partnership’s “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer” programming. The installation is permitted through NYC DOT Art and is open to the public daily, weather permitting, from November 19, 2018 through January 1, 2019.

The closed-call competition began in June 2018, when the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and Van Alen Institute—a 124-year-old design not-for-profit that produces innovative competitions, programs, and communications to make cities better places—invited eight design and architecture firms to submit proposals. Invited firms were: Agency—Agency; Brandt : Haferd; MODU; N H M D; Office III; P.R.O.; Studio Cadena; and Wolfgand & Hite.

A jury with expertise across the worlds of design and public art, including representatives from the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership and Van Alen Institute’s board of trustees, reviewed the proposals.

“Our holiday installations have become a destination for those who live in, work in, or visit Flatiron during the holiday season, and take part in our annual ’23 Days of Flatiron Cheer’ celebration,” said Jennifer Brown, Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership. “Happy is animated, fun and whimsical, imbuing the spirit of the season and what makes our neighborhood so special this time of year.We are proud to partner with Van Alen Institute and Studio Cadena and invite all New Yorkers – and holiday guests – to visit Flatiron this season!”

“In a relatively small way, Happy demonstrates the huge impact that design can have on daily life,” said David van der Leer, Executive Director of Van Alen Institute. “By expressing a positive emotion in a public space, Studio Cadena’s delightful installation invites people to take a moment to consider the joy of being in the big, busy city during the holiday season. Congratulations to the design team and thank you to our partners in realizing this creative vision for everyone’s enjoyment.”

“We look forward to watching people get surprised and delighted when they come upon this imaginative installation in the Flatiron Plaza,” said NYC DOT Assistant Commissioner of Design + Art + Wayfinding Wendy Feuer. “The firms selected for the Flatiron BID's annual holiday installation find ever inventive ways to interpret the season, adding to the City’s magic at this time of year.”

Studio Cadena is based in Brooklyn. The Happy project team includes Silman (structural engineer) and YOUNGBUK Art Services LLC (fabricator/installer).

Sponsored by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership, Happy and the accompanying programming “23 Days of Flatiron Cheer” are made possible with generous support from Presenting Sponsor Meringoff Properties and Supporting Sponsors Sony Square NYC and 212 Fifth Avenue.

Download the full press release here.

To view each proposal, click here.

Rendering photo credit: Studio Cadena



2018 Archive

Show Support for Small Business Saturday!

Flatiron Thanksgiving Dining Guide 2018

BID Assessment Increase Hearing

New Neighbor: Benno

Event Recap: 2018 Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships

October News Roundup

The École, a French-American School with an International Perspective

Flatiron Foodies: Scampi NYC's Malfaldini Scampi with Shrimp, Parsley, Butter & Lemon

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

Executive Director Jennifer Brown to Bid Farewell After 12 Years of Service

Flatiron Fitness First-Timer

New Neighbor: Skewr Kabob Kitchen

Meet your Neighborhood Coordination Officers

September New Roundup

Before Disaster Strikes - November 14

Save the Date - Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships Returns October 23

Flatiron Where Then Meets Now: Hospitality Hotspot

Flatiron Foodies: Almond's Sticky Toffee Date Cake

2018 Business Assistance Forum Recap

Flatiron Email Newsletter Giveaway

13th Precinct - Neighborhood Policing

Noir et Blanc Celebrates 30th Anniversary in Flatiron

New Neighbor: PLAYDAY

Flatiron Public Plazas Celebrate 10th Anniversary

August News Roundup

New Neighbor: Le Café Coffee

Flatiron Foodies: Le Coq Rico's Baeckeoffe with Artichokes & Tomatoes

Flatiron Summer Series Recap

Flatiron - Open for Business

July News Roundup

Flatiron Foodies: Sagaponack's Striped Bass with Coconut Curry

Use 311 to Dispatch Services for Those in Need + Other Resources

NYC Restaurant Week - Summer 2018

New Neighbor: Sous Vide Kitchen

New Neighbor: Leonelli Focacceria e Pasticceria

June News Roundup

New Neighbor: Leonelli Taberna

2018 Fourth of July Holiday Guide

World Cup 2018 - Where to Watch in Flatiron

Flatiron Foodies: Maman's Banana Lavender Cornmeal Waffles

2018 Annual Meeting & Community Reception Recap

New Neighbor: Lovesac

Announcing the 2018 Flatiron Summer Series: June 19th – August 9th

Mark Your Calendars for This Year's Tech Tuesday Lineup (June 19th - August 7th)

Wellness Wednesdays on the Flatiron South Plaza This Summer (June 20th - August 8th)

2018 Summer Series Throwback Thursday Lineup

Father's Day in the Flatiron District

New Neighbor: Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish

May News Roundup

Flatiron Foodies: Studio's Pea Hummus & Lamb Merguez

New Neighbor: Smile To Go

New Neighbor: Flats Fix

New Neighbor: Broken Shaker

New Neighbor: Brrrn

Mother's Day Flatiron Gift Guide

Mother's Day Flatiron Restaurant Guide

April News Roundup

New Neighbor: PetSmart

NYC Department of Small Business Services FY17 BID Trends Report

Fun for Kids on 'Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day'

New Neighbor: Mykonos Blue Grill

Flatiron Foodies: Flatiron Green Cafe's Avocado Toast

Consulting Day for NYC's Nonprofit Community

New Neighbor: Cofesta

Flatiron District Grilled Cheese Guide

Recap: Intersections Speaker Series with Councilmember Rivera

March News Roundup

New Neighbor: Quality Eats

Flatiron District Easter Dining Guide

New Neighbor: The Seville

Flatiron Foodies: Trattoria Italienne's Pork Meatballs

New Neighbor: Scarpetta

New Neighbor: Maman

Meet the Concierge Event Recap

New Neighbor: The James New York NoMad

February News Roundup

New Neighbor: Bondi Sushi

Flatiron Foodies: Forager's Treasure by Bouley at Home

Flatiron Valentine’s Day Neighborhood Guide

2018 Sponsorship Opportunities Now Available

January News Roundup

The Big Game in Flatiron

Valentine's Day Dining in the Flatiron District

New Neighbor: Bouley at Home

New Neighbor: The Freehand Hotel

2017 Flatiron BID Community Survey Results

New Neighbor: Bouley Test Kitchen

Flatiron Foodies: Harding's Braised Short Ribs

Flatiron Free WiFi Courtesy of AppNexus

January Joiner: Flatiron Fitness 2018

23 Days of Flatiron Cheer 2017 Recap!