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Flatiron District Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Flatiron District named after the Flatiron Building on Fifth Avenue, Broadway, and 23rd Street, which located within the Manhattan Township in New York City. It is known that the boundaries of the Flatiron District are generally marked by Greenwich Village, Union Square and 14th Street to the south, by Madison Square and 23rd Street to the north, by Gramercy Park and Park Avenue South to the east, and by the Chelsea neighborhood and the Avenue of the Americas also known as Sixth Avenue to the west.

The center of the district crossed by Broadway and at 23rd Street begins one of the main avenues of the neighborhood, Madison Avenue which continues north. There is also Madison Square Park at the northern end of the district, which completely renovated in 2001. Within the boundaries of the Flatiron District are some relevant sites such as the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt which has become a national historic site, and the historic district of Ladies’ Mile.

Both residents and nearby businesses in the district have different and partially overlapping boundaries. Businesses for the business improvement district represented by Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership, and community residents represented by the Flatiron Alliance. The area sometimes called the Toy District because previously it was a mainly commercial section where small but numerous toy and clothing manufacturers predominated. Then, the area became known as the Photo District when much of the toy business moved out of the U.S. and many photographers came to this part of Manhattan for relatively cheap rentals and established a large number of photographer studios and associated businesses.

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