Flatiron District and Madison Square

Flatiron District and Madison SquareAn iconic representative of New York, The Flatiron building, once called the Fuller building, is one of the oldest of the original New York skyscrapers, and one of the most-often photographed buildings in New York. It lends its name to Manhattan's Flatiron District, which includes Madison Square Park. Bounded by 20th Street, Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south, Sixth Avenue and Chelsea to the west, 25th Street and NoMad to the north, Rose Hill to the northeast, and Lexington Avenue/Irving Place, Gramercy Park and the neighborhood of Gramercy to the east, the Flatiron District is home to other notable buildings including the Met Life Tower, built in 1909 and the New York Life Building.
Metropolitan Life Tower Under Construction, 1909

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Photographing New York City, 1905

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Prow and the Shadow of the Flatiron Building, 1902

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Sightseeing Bus in front of Flatiron Building, 1910

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Statue of Diana atop Madison Square Garden, circa 1925

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The Flatiron Building after a Snow Storm, 1906

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The Statue of Liberty's Arm in Madison Square Park, 1876

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Union Square Flower Market, 1905

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