Flatiron/Union Square Apts & Neighborhood Information
At the crossroads of some of the city’s most desirable residential neighborhoods, the park that anchors Union Square is bounded by 14th Street to the south, Union Square West, 17th Street to the north, and Union Square East.
To the north, the Flatiron District–named for the narrow, corner-defining Flatiron building at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway–became one of the city’s more exciting areas for technology, commerce and nightlife in the last century. The New School and New York University have a noticeable presence here as well. At the center of the square on any given day you’ll find a colorful, ever-changing street scene of entertainers, eccentrics, merchants and city folk passing through or stopping to meet.
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Rental Apartments in Flatiron/Union SquareOther Downtown Rental Buildings
2 Beds from $3,700
3 Beds from $5,000
2 Beds from $6,350
3 Beds from $5,500
2 Beds from $4,200