May 12, 2020

2020 Annual Meeting & Community Reception Postponed

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership has decided to postpone our 2020 Annual Meeting & Community Reception.

The ~200 person event, held each year at Grey Group, invites community members and stakeholders to gather, vote on BID business, and connect on topics and issues. Originally scheduled for June 10th, the Annual Meeting will be rescheduled for September, likely in a modified and virtual format. More details on the time, date, and format will be shared over the summer.

Despite the postponement, the Partnership plans on releasing the FY20 Annual Report digitally at our June virtual board meeting and via our website, email newsletter, and social media channels. 

For questions or more information, please email the Partnership team at

For COVID-19 related information and updates, visit our COVID-19 Resources Page.

Apr 28, 2020

Volunteers Needed for NAC's "Story (Any) Time"

Create a Virtual Storytime Library for Vulnerable Children

New Alternatives for Children (NAC) is a child welfare agency in the Flatiron District that offers strength-based social services, medical and mental healthcare and a wide variety of wrap-around services. This non-profit organization serves families that have at least one child with special needs, often in combination with mental health, behavioral and/or developmental diagnoses as well.

NAC believes that more than ever, this is a time to promote the importance of literacy in the home.

In response to the current pandemic, the team at NAC is bringing “Story (Any)Time” to their children. They are building a library with uploaded videos of staff and volunteers reading stories out loud. The children can log on and listen to your story – at any time!

To become a volunteer, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Record yourself (audio or visual) reading your favorite children’s book. If you don’t own such a book – check out this NYPL link to get an ebook.
  2. If you have a pet, get them to snuggle with you and bring extra comfort to our children!
  3. Many NAC clients are bilingual learners, so we welcome readings in Spanish too.
  4. Please provide a very short explanation about why you like your chosen book.
  5. When you have finished your recording, please email If possible, please sign and include the media waiver, allowing NAC to post your story to social media. 
  6. When they receive your email, they will send instructions on "How To Upload" your story.

Stories bring people together, even in times of isolation. The NAC children and youth are aged 0-21, and you are never too old to enjoy a great tale. By sharing your favorite story with NAC children, you are not only opening their eyes to the magic, joy, and beauty in a compelling book – but also reminding them there are many people who care!

More about New Alternatives for Children:

In the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, NAC's doors have remained opened and the staff is working hard to engage and support their children and families during this difficult time. As you might imagine, the NAC community is facing very real challenges such as:

  • Caregivers needing respite from providing childcare 24/7.
  • Vulnerable children at increased risk of domestic violence.
  • Students struggling with the challenges of remote learning with limited resources.
  • Clients with ongoing mental health issues presenting exacerbated feelings of depression, isolation and fear.

NAC’s social workers are at the frontline and in contact with every client and family – either through remote calls or in-person visits. Education Services specialists are working tirelessly to maintain the quality of educational support for our children and youth. 

Apr 22, 2020

Mother's Day Flatiron Gift Guide

Even though Mother's Day will be celebrated differently this year, make the most of Mom's special day by shopping these online exclusives.
We've put together a list of gifts that you can have sent to mom and other special figures in your life, reminding them how much they mean to you. Order early to avoid possible delivery delays.


Place your orders online ahead of time to ensure on-time delivery. Shipping may be affected by COVID-19.

Bath & Body Works
Give mom a beautiful fragrance, and enjoy a great deal on candles, lotions, and more. Special offers are available. 

Bourke Street Bakery 
Surprise mom with two things everyone loves: fresh flowers and dessert. Bourke Street is delivering Mother's Day boxes that include a bouquet of peonies or ranunculus, Carrot & Walnut Cake with cream cheese frosting, BSB’s “The Ultimate Chocolate Sauce” bottle, a pastry platter, 2 sparkling Champagne cans, and a personalized message ($100). Bouquets on their own are also available. 

Shop Mother's Day Tea Kits and gift Mom a beautiful tea set for two, her favorite loose teas, and more. Buy 4 ounces of tea and get 1 ounce free.

The Home Depot
Browsing Home Depot’s Garden Club can help with gift ideas for home gardening accessories and tools. They also offer various fresh flower arrangements with free delivery.

Empower mom on her self-care journey, and gift her the top selections from Inscape's curated offerings. Shop essential oils, aromatics, e-gift cards, and more.

L’Occitane en Provence
Gift mom one of L’Occitane's special collections for Mother's Day including the Lavender Collection, the Reset Energizing Collection, and the Cherry Blossom Discovery Set. 

MAC Cosmetics
This Mother’s Day, honor Mom with limited-edition lip kits and other beauty must-haves. MAC is also offering a special edition e-gift card

Surprise mom with springtime-inspired kitchenware with the iconic Unikko poppy pattern from Marimekko. Take advantage and save up to 40% their sale section while you shop.

MoMath - The National Museum of Mathematics 
These Pi Earrings are a great gift for your favorite mathematician! Math nerds forever love Pi because Pi goes on forever! 

Of Mercer
For the woman who does it all, shop Of Mercer's collection of dresses, blazers, and accessories. Of Mercer's clothing is made in New York City.

Shop natural skincare products including plant-based creams, scrubs, and body butters from curated limited edition and best-selling gift sets just for Mother's Day. Origins is offering free shipping and 15% off first orders when you sign-up for their email list. 

Patisserie Chanson
Gift mom an assortment of gourmet croissants or fresh-baked pastries, danishes, and breads. Save $10 when you spend $40 or more via Caviar. Delivery and Pick-up only. 

All gift sets are 20% off while stocks last. This promo is valid from 04/27 until 05/10* exclusively online.

Standard Dose
Shop their very own Mother's Day shopping guide to help you gift mom radiant health. With any purchase, enjoy a free mini Vertly Face Serum while supplies last. Think mom knows best? Pick up a digital gift card.

Shop sundays online shop for nail polish sets, nail care kits, and special Mother's Day gift sets. Take advantage of 25% off sitewide. Use code: GiftMom25. 

The White Company
Spoil her this Mother’s Day with gorgeous gift sets, scented candles, luxurious cashmere, beautiful jewelry and chic accessories from The White Company.


Flower You, 122 East 25th Street, between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue, (212) 477-1037, Taking orders for delivery only. 

Spas & Nail Salons
Though all establishments are temporarily closed due to COVID-19, order a gift card for a future visit and support a local business!

Blooming Nail & Spa (212) 505-6245

Dyanna Spa (212) 995-2355

Heyday (646) 869-3601 + view their online shop for skincare products

QQ Nail Salon and Spa (212) 254-8100

Queen Jane Day Spa (212) 684-4548

Renew Body & Mind Spa (518) 317-8888

sundays (646) 998-5711


Mar 25, 2020

Online Classes & Virtual Experiences

While you're responsibly socially distancing, we're bringing the neighborhood, and all it has to offer, to you at home.
You can both support our local business community through virtual experiences and online classes by paying for classes and experiences below, and treat yourself to some of the free offerings to get you by as you stay safe hunkered down at home. 

We will continue adding to this list as new virtual experiences come online, so bookmark to keep checking back.
Fitness / Wellness Classes: 
The Assemblage
Various FREE wellness classes including yoga, breathwork, and mindfulness courses listed on their events page.


On-demand classes available. $19.99 / month subscription + 30-day free trial. 
Offering online ballroom dance classes every week. Get your first class FREE. 
Two free workouts everyday at 12pm and 3pm EDT on their Instagram.
Offering virtual 30 minute pilates classes for $5 each through Zoom. Be Kind to your body and settle down on your mat for mat pilates.
Offering a variety of live stream classes 7 days a week including Original Hot Yoga, Yang/Yin, Vinyasa, HOT HIIT®, Yin and FREE 25 minute Meditation sessions three days a week. Classes are $12/each or you can purchase a pack of 5 for $50. Schedule here.

Broadway Bodies 
Online dance classes via zoom. Register via MindBody. Classes are $9 and medical professionals can dance for free. 

Chaise Fitness 
On-demand classes are available. Chaise classes blend aerobics, ballet, and Pilates moves into one class. $16 / month subscription + 2-week free trial.
Offering live classes as well as free, short workouts through Instagram Live. Newly launched DanceBody Kids Program is only $14.99 for a 14-day rental. Take 50% off of DanceBody Live using promo code: DBATHOME
Discover concentration, meditation, and deep healing relaxation through Dharma Yoga's live-streamed classes through Zoom.

Humming Puppy
FREE long-length yoga classes that resonate. Get 50% off access to all on-demand classes. Classes are added weekly.
Meditation and breathwork classes are available via app. $9.99 / month subscription + 7-day free trial.  Live meditation classes also available. 
Strength training, dance, and. cardio classes available via app. $10 / month subscription + 7-day free trial. 
Live streaming is also available. Use code: SMALLBIZBABES for 20% off all live class packages. 
Sign up to the Little Beet Newsletter for FREE yoga class offerings. 
Live streaming of yoga classes available for 15.99 / month + 3-day trial 
Online yoga classes also available $15 / month subscription + 7-day free trial. 
Live Morning Mantras and other FREE programming through Instagram Live

Mendez Boxing Gym
Offering FREE onling boxing and fitness classes via Zoom every Saturday at 12pm in honor of Francisco Mendez. Zoom ID: 720 182 3829

Offering virtual classes through Zoom that will work up your runner's strength.

Pop Physique NYC
Offering FREE livestream workouts that focus on ballet barre to strengthen the body.

Live streaming FREE daily at-home workouts through Instagram Live. Turn on your notifications! 
Offering virtual training and customized in-home programs. Book through Sin is also hosting their Signature workout classes on Instagram Live every Friday at 5 pm! Class will be followed by a viral happy hour! 
Standard Dose 
Offering transformative virtual healing sessions for FREE. These 60-minute sessions will include 30 minutes of conversation and 30 minutes of meditation, as an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals. Book here
Posting FREE daily affirmations and Community Wellness Events on their Instagram.
Offering Zoom classes for extreme, athletic-based group fitness that will unleash the inner athelete in everyone.
Offering virtual circuit training classes and posting at-home workouts on their Instagram.

Downloadable sound meditation by Sound Therapy Practitioner, Nate Martinez for WTHN. Sound has the power to alter consciousness by changing your brainwaves to a more relaxed state. Downloads are $10.
Launched an online platform that will offer unlimited Y7 yoga flow classes and live streams. There will be new videos each week. $16 a month + 7-day free trial.  

Kids Entertainment & Learning:

Karma Kids Yoga is offering Zoom, YouTube and Instagram classes for FREE. / Zoom / YouTube / Instagram

Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is making CS educational activities available for download FREE of charge, to anyone who wants to access them. Sign up for their updates to receive a new activity each week. 
Mind-benders for the Quarantined!
FREE each Sunday, MoMath will send you a challenging mathematical puzzle. On Tuesday, you'll receive a subtle hint; on Thursday, a serious push; on Saturday, the solution. And the next day, of course, a new puzzle.
Online Student Sessions
Sign up your child for a FREE fun, interactive mathematical session delivered with a highly trained educator from the National Museum of Mathematics!  Sessions are available daily for grades pre-K through 12.

Mathplay for 3-5 Year Olds
Engage your preschoolers in playful activities to help them develop a strong foundation in math.  Children will participate in songs, stories, and activities tied to a different theme each week. Each registered child must be accompanied by one adult caregiver (who will be present for the entire 30-minute session).

Adult Learning & Fun

Flatiron Wines
Weekly wine seminars and tastings through Instagram Live.

Fotografiska introduces Fotographers in Focus, a behind the lens look at the photographers exhibiting at Fotografiska New York, and how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their lives while in isolation. Check in often to see new photography and interviews.

GA is offering all classes and workshops remotely. Additionally, they are hosting FREE Fridays from now until June, giving access to their most popular workshops which originally range from $60 to $200 in value. Learn how to code, work photoshop, or master the ins and outs of digital marketing from the comfort of your couch. 
Offering online music sessions including live jazz, DJ performances, and happy hour hangs. Check out their virtual schedule

The People's Improv Theatre is hosting remote comedy classes. $9.99 / Class. 

Poster House is the first museum in the United States dedicated exclusively to posters. They're hosting several FREE upcoming design workshops, remote tours, and much more. 

Support Rizzoli by ordering books from their online bookstore. The Rizzoli team is processing and shipping orders. 
The ping-pong social club is offering 50-90 minute virtual parties which will include a curated fete featuring SPIN’s exuberant emcee, ping pong icebreakers, wacky performances, live music, virtual ping pong challenges, Tik Tok tutorials, and maybe even a surprise appearance from a celebrity or ping pong Olympian. For the month of May, the program will be FREE and subject to availability.
The Simons Foundation presents virtual webinars on a wide range of accessible, meaningful and fun science and mathematics programming.
Tasting Table
Daily chef take-overs on their Instagram, providing recipes, cooking tips, and more!
Want your class or experience to be added to the list? Email: mgarcia [at] FlatironDistrict.NYC

 Header Photo Credit: Ruthson Zimmerman via Unsplash
Slider Photo Credit: Adrien Tutin via Unsplash

Feb 14, 2020

Flatiron Sponsorship Opportunities for 2020

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is announcing the release of the 2020 Flatiron Sponsorship Catalog.

Sponsorship support from members of the community supplement our assessment revenue for the continued funding of marketing and streetscape beautification projects. Participation in the sponsorship program is an ideal way to show your business or organization's support for the community and commitment to the area's improvement.

Your support can fund the Partnership's programs in many ways. Here are five ways you can make an impact in the Flatiron District:

  • Streetlamp Banners: Banners provide bright pops of color around the district, and would show your business's commitment to the neighborhood that we all love.
  • Greening the District: This program beautifies the streetscape with seasonal plantings in hanging flower baskets, custom tree pits guards and plantings, and standing planters in the Flatiron Public Plazas.
  • Discover Flatiron Map Advertisement: The Partnership prints 75,000 copies of the maps twice annually, and the maps are distributed to ground-floor businesses, hotels, residential buildings, and Baruch College to be included in their new students welcome package.
  • Flatiron Free WiFi: Your business or organization can help support the Partnership's free WiFi service in and around the Flatiron Public Plazas.
  • Events: Help support the Partnership events and programming throughout the year, including Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships, the Summer Series, and our Annual Holiday Program. 
  • Corporate Volunteer Planting gets your team involved in our local greening and beautification initiatives. 

For businesses just outside the defined Flatiron Business Improvement District (BID) boundaries, the Partnership offers a marketing affiliate program, "Friends of the Flatiron Partnership." For an annual fee, businesses receive access to marketing benefits from our marketing program otherwise exclusive to BID member businesses only.

Click here to view the Partnership's 2020 Sponsorship Program Catalog.

Nov 22, 2019

Give Locally on #GivingTuesday

As we prepare for Thanksgiving, our thoughts are also with those in need, and we look for ways to give back in the local community. #GivingTuesday, the largest single day of charitable giving, is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. You can join in the spirit of giving by donating to local Flatiron nonprofit organizations on #GivingTuesday and throughout the holiday season. Below we’ve rounded up a list of nonprofits based in Flatiron to consider supporting this year.  


New Alternatives for Children
Be a hero for kids right here in our community who need your help. NAC was founded in 1982 on the belief that every child deserves a safe, nurturing home and a bright future.
The 7 Days of NAC launches on Giving Tuesday.  Click HERE to donate. 

Pencil strives to bring together business professionals, educators, and students to open eyes, open minds, and open doors. Pencil makes it easy for business professionals, educators and students to work together in schools & the workplace, through in-school partnerships, mentoring, internships, and immersive experiences.
Click HERE to donate.

New Leaders
New Leaders’ mission is to ensure high academic achievement for all children, especially students in poverty and students of color, by developing transformational school leaders and advancing the policies and practices that allow great leaders to succeed.
Click HERE to donate.

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is an organization for families addressing every aspect of substance use and addiction, from prevention to recovery.
Click HERE to donate.

Change for Kids
Change for Kids provides critical support, experiences, and access so kids in New York City public schools can overcome inequity and reimagine their possibilities.
Click HERE to donate.

Arts for All
Arts For All offers accessible artistic opportunities to children in the New York City area who face socio-economic, physical, or emotional barriers to exploring the arts.
Click HERE to donate.

Solar1’s mission is to design and deliver innovative education, training, and technical assistance that fosters sustainability and resiliency in diverse urban environments. We empower learning that changes the way people think about energy, sustainability, and resilience by engaging and educating a diverse set of stakeholders and beneficiaries. Our programs help individuals and communities explore new ways of living and working that are more adaptive to a changing world.
Click HERE to donate.

Center for Book Arts 
The Center for Book Arts promotes active explorations of both contemporary and traditional artistic practices related to the book as an art object. The Center is embracing redefining and challenging itself as they champion book art, artists, and enthusiasts.
Click HERE to donate.


P Flag
PFLAG NYC — Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People — is the founding chapter of PFLAG, the nation’s foremost family-based organization committed to the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
Click HERE to donate.

MADRE is an international women's human rights organization that partners with community-based women's groups worldwide facing war and disaster. Their mission is to advance women’s human rights by meeting urgent needs in communities and building lasting solutions to the crises women face.
Click HERE to donate.

Do Something is a digital platform powering offline action, mobilizing young people to sign up for a volunteer, social change, or civic action campaign to make real-world impact on a causes they care about.
Click HERE to donate.

Community Service Society
The Community Service Society of New York (CSS) is an informed, independent, and unwavering voice for positive action on behalf of more than 3 million low-income New Yorkers
Click HERE to donate.

Adapt Community Network
ADAPT Community Network is the leading human service not-for-profit and a pioneer in providing cutting edge programs and services for people with disabilities
Click HERE to donate.


Thrifty Hog—Hearts of Gold
Working in partnership with homeless mothers and their children, Hearts of Gold helps them create positive, sustainable change in their lives under three umbrella objectives: Stabilize, Support, and Sustain.
Click HERE to donate.

Urban Pathways
As a data-driven and innovative leader, Urban Pathways ensures that homeless and at-risk New Yorkers have the housing, services and support they need to be self-sufficient.
Click HERE to donate.

The Partnership is also hosting a food drive to benefit individuals living without shelter in and around Flatiron in collaboration with Urban Pathways. To donate money specifically to our holiday food drive click HERE

The Bridge Fund
The mission of The Bridge Fund is to prevent homelessness for vulnerable, working poor individuals and families who are threatened with the loss of their housing, but often do not qualify for emergency government assistance.
Click HERE to donate.

Housing Works Thrift Shops
Donations to Housing Works, which can include items to be sold in their various retail locations, help fund their mission to provide lifesaving services to homeless, low-income and marginalized men, women, and youth.
Click HERE to donate.


Latino Commission on AIDS
The Latino Commission on AIDs formed in 1990 in response to the critical, unmet need for HIV prevention and care for Latinos. They spearhead health advocacy for Latinos, promoting HIV education, developing model prevention programs for high-risk communities, and by building capacity in community organizations.
Click HERE to donate.

Friends Without a Border
Friends Without A Border, helps promote sustainable solutions to health care in developing countries, primarily Laos and Cambodia, through the model of “Treatment + Education + Prevention”
Click HERE to donate.


National Resources Defense Council
NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
Click HERE to donate.

New York City Audubon
New York City Audubon champions nature in the City’s five boroughs through a combination of engaging and entertaining programs and innovative conservation campaigns.
Click HERE to donate.

Madison Square Park Conservancy
Madison Square Park Conservancy’s mission is to protect, nurture, and enhance Madison Square Park, a dynamic seven-acre public green space, creating an environment that fosters moments of inspiration.
Click HERE to donate.



Nov 8, 2019

Veteran's Day Parade Travel Advisory

The 100th observation of Veterans Day will be held this Monday, November 11th in Flatiron. The Opening Ceremony at Madison Square Park’s Eternal Light Monument take place between 10 am and 12 pm. President Trump will be in attendance for a portion of the Open Ceremony.  
Following the Opening Ceremony, the Veterans Day Parade will commence at 12 pm, and travel along Fifth Avenue to 48th Street.
Due to heightened security, please allow additional travel time to move through the district before, during and after the event, and alert staff and team members.  

Street Closures: 

Parade staging will include the Flatiron North and South Public Plazas, as well as the Park. At approximately 8 am, the following streets will be closed. Street closures will continue during the parade, and for a few hours after:
Parade Route & Staging:
  • Fifth Avenue from 23rd Street to 48th Street 
Additional Staging: 
  • 24th to 26th Streets, between Sixth Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • 27th and 28th Streets, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue
  • Broadway between 24th Street and 28th Street

Additional Advisory: Madison Square Park

Due to heightened security around the Opening Ceremony, Madison Square Park will be completely closed to the public beginning the evening of Sunday, November 10th, through the afternoon of Monday, November 11th.
Additionally, the subway entrance to the uptown R/W Train on the northeast corner of 23rd Street and Broadway will be closed, although the station will remain accessible via the entrances on the southeast corner of 23rd Street and Broadway, and the northeast corner of 22nd and Broadway.
Updated 11/8: Some information has changed.
Nov 6, 2019

Event Recap: Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships 2019

More than 180 neighborhood business owners, employees, and residents gathered for the 14th annual Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships networking event on November 5th. Held at an exciting new venue, The Space at Flatiron, the event featured a select bar and passed hors d'oeuvres catered by type:social. Guests mingled with Flatiron colleagues, celebrating our dynamic community and 13 years of service by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership.

Later in the evening the event’s co-chairs, Flatiron Partnership Board Chairman Michael T. Cohen and  Board Member Nick Athanail, the Partnership's Marketing Committee Chair, delivered welcoming remarks. “We’ve had a lot to celebrate in the neighborhood, with so many new things happening here,” Athanail noted. “It’s fitting that we have the terrific new venue, The Space at Flatiron, for this great event.”

“We are all very lucky to be part of this Flatiron/NoMad community which continues to grow and become even more vibrant,” Cohen said. “The Partnership has played an important part, keeping the area clean and safe so that all businesses and stakeholders can thrive.”

Next, the Partnership’s Executive Director James Mettham also addressed the crowd, praising the neighborhood’s growth during the Partnership’s 13 years in operation and looking ahead to the BID’s expansion plan. “Through the Partnership, over $30 million dollars have been invested in this neighborhood to ensure that it continues to thrive,” he said. “As we move to expand the BID’s boundaries, we want to extend our impact and reach further into NoMad and surrounding blocks to the south and west, to form a more cohesive, clean and safe neighborhood.”

Following the remarks, attendees took turns in a fun photo booth getting snapshots to commemorate the evening with friends, colleagues and neighbors.

>> See full event photos here.

>> View photo booth photos here. 

The Partnership is grateful to Celebrate Flatiron Partnerships 2019’s sponsor, the Flatiron-based advertising company Xandr.


Oct 21, 2019

2019 Annual Community Survey

Do you have ideas on how to make the Flatiron District an even better place to live, work, and play? Please share them by completing our 2019 Community Survey. 
The Survey is an invaluable source of information for the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership as it helps us evaluate our work and better understand the public's priorities for the neighborhood.
As a thank you, we will randomly select four respondents who complete the survey to receive a $100 gift certificate to Trader Joe's, ATOBOY, Rocco Steakhouse or Cote.



2020 Archive

Summer Dining Options in the Flatiron District

Get Picnic Ready in Flatiron

June News Roundup

How to Be a Good Customer in the Times of COVID-19

The 2020 Annual Report: What Happens Next

Phased Reopenings & Outdoor Dining

Father's Day Roundup

Flatiron Community Raises $32,000 to Support Local Restaurants

Free Mask Distribution Program

Remembering Carvel Hidlay “Rusty” Moore

A Letter to Our Community

Black-Owned Businesses in Flatiron and NoMad

Flatiron Foodie: Taïm's S'rug (Yemenite Cilantro Hot Sauce)

Flatiron Plate Now Open

2020 Annual Meeting & Community Reception Postponed

April News Roundup

Flatiron & NoMad Open Streets Initiative

Gov. Cuomo Announces Guidelines for Reopening NY State

Join us to Feed Flatiron's First Responders

Volunteers Needed for NAC's "Story (Any) Time"

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

Mother's Day Flatiron Gift Guide

Springtime in Flatiron

New York Business Leaders Unveil Economic Relief & Recovery Plan

Flatiron Foodies: Honeybrains' Honey Tahini Toast

March News Roundup

Shop Flatiron Retail Online

Rizzoli Bookstore Staff Picks

Flatiron Businesses Giving Back

Online Classes & Virtual Experiences

COVID-19 - Financial Resources for Businesses & Nonprofits

Flatiron Fundraising Efforts You Can Support

Essential Retailers Open to Support You

Flatiron Foodies: Om Juice Bar's Blue Lagoon Smoothie Bowl

Historic Flatiron District Walking Tours Temporarily Cancelled

Support Local Businesses

Saint Patrick's Day Take Out/Delivery in Flatiron

New Neighbor: Sticky's Finger Joint

Support Women-Owned Businesses in Flatiron

February News Roundup

New Neighbor: Renaissance New York Chelsea

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources & Updates

Get to Know: Center for Book Arts

New Neighbor: Verōnika

Where to Staycay in the Flatiron District

Flatiron Sponsorship Opportunities for 2020

Flatiron Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Flatiron Foodies: Il Fiorista's Elysian Fields Lamb Loin

January News Roundup

Valentine's Day Dining Guide in Flatiron

Where to Watch the Big Game

2019 Community Survey Snapshot

23 Days of Flatiron Cheer 2019 Recap

Flatiron News Roundup: Highlights from 2019

Flatiron Foodies: Sophie's Cuban Cuisine's Picadillo de Res

January Joiner: Get Fit in 2020

New Neighbor: LL Studio by Laughing Lotus