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175 5th Ave New York, NY 10010
175 5th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10010
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Architect Daniel Burnham's iconic 1902 triangular tower nicknamed for its clothes iron look.- Google
"This is one of my favorite building in city."
"It's right next to Madison Square park."
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Hello Gregory
3 weeks ago
An amazing building, icon of New York City. I was so excited to go see this building and it truly lived up to my expectations. A true beauty and the Empire State building in view just down the street. I highly recommend stopping here and enjoying the surroundings on a late afternoon, early evening.
drnmalek
a month ago
I worked in this building for one and a half years as a teenager on one of the upper floors in 1977. It was for St. Martin's Press Publishing Co. Between the small park across the street for a quick lunch to the famous cigar shop on ground level to the window across my desk overlooking Manhattan, I have good memories that are hard to forget. Time flies, doesn't it?
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Peter Gregg
4 months ago
Marvel of use of space architecture. This triangle building is identifiable through so many movies, pictures and more that it is worth visiting for the novelty and iconic nature of the building.
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Austin Bahr
in the last week
Super cool building :)
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Fernando De Araujo / FDA
3 months ago
Amazing Flatiron Building designed by Chicago's Daniel Burnham in the Beaux-Arts style. Unlike New York's early skyscrapers,the Flatiron Building epitomizes the Chicago school conception: like a classical Greek column, its limestone and glazed terra-cotta façade is divided into a base, shaft and capital. Tip: Observe it's was one of the first buildings to employ a steel skeleton it could be built to 22 stories relatively easily, which would have been difficult using other construction methods of that time. The building, took its name from the triangular lot on which it was built – the Flatiron block. So the neighborhood around it is called the Flatiron District after its signature building, which has become an icon of New York City. Visit it. *****
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Pablo Costa Tirado
5 months ago
What to say about this building? In an center London office where I used to work there was a giant picture in the wall centered in this building. That's how famous and loved this building is around the world. I don't know if it's the name, the shape, the location or everything together but this is one of the most famous buildings in New York and I really like it!
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Coleman Vurbeff
3 months ago
It is a building that makes use of the space it was given! Pretty cool, but you need to see it in person to truly appreciate it.
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Bianca Rodrigues
a year ago
What's the big deal about this place? The building looks cool, but beyond that, I'm pretty underwhelmed. Maybe it's because I get to see it every day since I work right next to it.