Apartments Near Flatiron District (No-Fee Rentals)

Kips Bay Court apartment complex spans from 26th street to 29th street on 2nd avenue. The buildings' structure and design sets them apart from other luxury apartments near the flatiron district. Kips Bay Apartments are split among 8 separate towers that were specifically created so each individual unit may have unparalleled views and plenty of natural light.

Kips Bay offers a unique floorplan, with each level containing only six spacious apartments. With a large selection of studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom apartments available, that range from $2,895-$7,450; Kips Bay Court guarantees a home that will tailor to any lifestyle.

Kips Bay residents are offered various unparalleled amenities compared to Flatiron district apartments.

Apartment amenities include:

  • Picnic areas and playgrounds
  • A private basketball court
  • A modern fitness center with yoga classes, strength training, and live events.
  • A 24-hour doorman
  • Beautiful sundecks and landscaped courtyards.
  • On-site laundry services and dry-cleaning.

Flatiron District History

Walking down 5th Avenue towards 23rd Street, it is impossible not to notice the distinct building towering above the triangular intersection of 5th and Broadway. This 1902 structure was one of the world’s first skyscrapers, and at the time it was officially known as the Fuller Building. However, its distinct shape – like no other structure in the world at the time – inspired locals to nickname it the Flatiron Building. That bit of early-20th century humor soon ingrained itself as the official name of the building, and eventually the name for the entire section of Manhattan surrounding that iconic skyscraper. The modern Flatiron District encompasses Madison Square Park to the north and runs south all the way to Union Square. It is the geographical, and some would say cultural, meeting place between the bustling, landmark-heavy business districts centered around midtown Manhattan and the diverse, mythic and agelessly hip neighborhoods of downtown. Centered between two different kinds of New York, the Flatiron has an appropriate mixture of serious class and down-to-earth amusement.

Things to do in or around the Flatiron District

Home of the original Madison Square Garden, Madison Square Park is now the place to see an endless rotation of exhilarating art installations and regularly scheduled musical performances presented by the Madison Square Park Conservancy. Parents living in Flatiron apartments take note: the park also hosts fun events for the whole family—kids love the live entertainment which includes music and storytelling. While performances and art installations come and go, the lucky residents of Flatiron apartments can always count Madison Square Park's dog run, seasonal outdoor shopping and the beautifully curated and maintained florae.

Venturing away from the Flatiron District's central park, history buffs will want to check out the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt. Until recently, Roosevelt was the only US president born in New York City, and free tours of the facility are available. The Grand Masonic Lodge on West 23rd Street is the Masons' headquarters and is now also a museum. Of course, in the Flatiron District the most famous historic site is still the magnificent Flatiron Building itself.

Like most anywhere else in Manhattan, shopping options abound in the Flatiron. However, even for Manhattan the Flatiron District has a high enough concentration of boutiques and chain shops around 5th Avenue to give SoHo a run for its money. For Lego fans who do not feel like venturing all the way to Rockefeller Center, there is a Lego Store in the middle of the Flatiron at 5th and 23rd.

What to eat around the Flatiron District

The Flatiron's dining options have become so legendary that even longtime residents get as excited as tourists while sampling the local fare. First of all, Madison Square Park is home of the original Shake Shack. A fast food sensation that is fast becoming world-famous, people who live in Flatiron can grab a burger, shake, fries or now even breakfast at the first ever Shake Shack easily at any time.  For those who need a brief break from fast food, there is also Eataly, an immense complex of restaurants and Italian food merchants that has become one of the city's top attractions. When it finally comes time for those living in Flatiron apartments to just cook at home, the Madison Square Park farmer's market is an excellent option for fresh, local ingredients.

Living Near the Flatiron District

People travel from all over the world to sample what neighborhoods like the Flatiron District offer. With a range of amenities offered, Kips Bay Court provides for a luxurious living experience within its exceptional apartments near Flatiron, making living in an extraordinary area as extraordinary as it deserves to be.

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Kips Bay Court offers no-fee rentals near midtown in NYC. We offer studios, 1-bed, 2-bed, 3-bed and 4-bedroom apartment rentals; our Manhattan luxury apartments are located near the East Village, Flatiron District, Gramercy Park and Murray Hill. Learn more about our no-fee, pet-friendly rentals in NYC by filling out the below form.

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