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The Flatiron Building, on 5th Avenue, is one of New York’s most iconic buildings, not for its height but for its unusual shape. Originally known as the Fuller Building after the “father of the skyscraper”, George A. Fuller, the locals persisted in calling it the Flatiron and the name was eventually made official, before becoming the name of the neighborhood around it. Learn more when you take a guided tour of the neighborhood!
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Flatiron Food, Architecture and History Tour
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Enjoy a Flatiron smorgasbord for lunch on the Flatiron Food, Architecture & History Tour! Enjoy, food, fun with some interesting history scattered throughout. It's a great way to explore and enjoy some of New York’s best and most unique food stops! See two of New York’s most iconic and picturesque neighborhoods: Flatiron & Union Square. This tour is perfect for foodies, historians, architecture fans, adults and kids. On this tour you will enjoy gourmet tastings (enough food for lunch) and walk one mile or 1.6 km.
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The Flatiron Building is currently home to several offices, but in 2019 the current tenants will begin to move out. An observation deck is expected to be opened in the future after the building has been refurbished by the new owners.

Address:

Flatiron Building
175 5th Ave
New York, NY 10010
USA

How to get there:

The Flatiron Building can be reached via subway to 23rd Street Station. The N, Q, R, and W lines can be exited to Madison Square Park, in front of the building. In addition, the 6 train stops at 23rd Street, with its exit to the east of the building. The F and M lines also stop at 23rd Street, but their exit is on 6th Avenue, and visitors will need to walk one crosstown block to reach the building.
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