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August News Roundup

Even though the city appears somewhat quieter during August as people set off to enjoy the last days of summer, August was an action-packed month for Flatiron. Media attention included exciting new business and office tenant announcements. Stay up-to-date with the latest Flatiron District News with the BID’s monthly roundup of notable highlights.  

  • Food and Dining: Its the last week to enjoy the Serra by Birrera rooftop at Eataly before they close their doors after Labor Day to transition to their fall decor (via Time Out New York). Cosme, TKK Freid Chicken, Eisenbergs and more Flatiron favorites named Top 21 restaurants in the Flatiron District and Gramercy (via Eater). 
  • BID Businesses: Brrrn is a great way to escape what is left of the summer heat and still get your fitness groove on (via The New York Times). We are getting more and more excited for Fotografiska's opening, and it seems we aren't the only ones! The museum will also house a restaurant and bar (via W Magazine). Bombas, located in the Flatiron District, is praised for their progressive family leave policies (via New York Post). The NoMad New York hotel was named one of the top five boutique hotels to host your event in New York City (via Cision). Diptyque, a Paris-based luxury goods company that produces a high-end line of scented candles, perfumes, face, and body care signed a lease at 1165 Broadway for ten-years (via Real Estate Weekly). Alchemy 43, a new neighbor in the Flatiron District, is part of the new wave of self-care that involves aesthetic treatments (via Fashionista). Presidential Candidate Corey Booker spoke at a campaign fundraising event at Slate nightclub earlier this month (via The Christian Post). 
  • Around the Neighborhood: On August 18th, Flatiron played host to the 39th Annual India Day Parade (via Federation of Indian Associations). Eataly just opened their first outdoor kiosk on the Flatiron North Public Plaza, while Flatiron Plate opened on the South Plaza (via am New York). 

 

Photo Credit: The NoMad New York hotel rooftop event space