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April 26, 2023


Networking Tomorrow!

Meet your business community! Join us tomorrow, Thursday, April 27th to mingle with fellow Flatiron & NoMad business owners and operators.

This ticketed professional networking event invites local business owners and stakeholders to build valuable connections in a smaller, more intimate setting.

This event will be held at  Pen + Brush (📍29 East 22nd Street). Your $15 ticket includes drinks by Mangia NYC and small bites provided by ilili.

Space is limited. Make neighborhood connections! Reserve your spot.



New Neighbor: Naya

We’re pleased to welcome Naya, the Middle Eastern, Lebanese fast-casual restaurant to the neighborhood. Located at 1129 Broadway in NoMad, Naya serves up authentic, flavorful, and healthy Middle Eastern cuisine.

“Naya is excited to be in NoMad for its open streets, the community feel in the area, and how colorful the area is overall from people to places to art and stores,” says the Naya team.

Meet Naya

Photo Credit: Naya


Movers & Shakers: Philip Tuan, Owner, From the Source

Meet Philip Tuan, President of From the Source, a creator of sustainably sourced hardwood furniture and accessories located at 20 East 20th Street.

“To us, Earth Day is every day. Our focus is always on sustainable conscious design,” says Philip. “Through our inventive use of up-cycled materials we create collections that stand the test of time.”

Philip discusses establishing From the Source in 2000, his passion for sustainable furniture building, and what he likes most about Flatiron & NoMad.

Full Interview

Photo Credit: From the Source


Treat Mom to a Special Meal

Celebrate Mother’s Day this year with a special meal in the neighborhood! Enjoy a festive brunch or dinner at one of these local favorites.

Highlights include:

Get the Guide

Photo Credit: L’Amico


Flatiron & NoMad’s Diverse, Resilient Workforce

This quarter, the Partnership looks back at historical neighborhood workforce trends and highlights district resiliency following economic uncertainty over the last two decades.

Other exciting updates from Q1 are featured that will have a lasting impact on the neighborhood including General Assembly’s technology apprenticeship program, Cure’s “Lab of the Future”, and The Masonic Hall’s new Children’s Dyslexia Center.

Read the Report


Small Business Support Team

The NYC Department of Buildings (DOB) recently launched a new program called the Small Business Support Team (SBT).

SBT provides small business owners and entrepreneurs dedicated support they need to navigate DOB policies and procedures.

Please complete the Small Business Help Form for more information.

More Info

Photo Credit: Department of Buildings


Things to Do This Week in Flatiron & NoMad

Check out these upcoming neighborhood events:

Local Events



Quick hits on community info, resources, & happenings

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Neighborhood Activations

  • Sikh Day Parade: Saturday, April 29, parade begins at 12 pm and route includes Madison Avenue from 24th to 26th Streets and East 26th Street between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue South.


Neighborhood Updates

  • Street Closures:
    • West 29th Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue will be closed Saturday from 8 am – 4 pm through April 29th.
    • West 22nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue will be closed Saturday and Sunday from 5 am –  3 pm through April 30th to facilitate crane operation.
    • East 26th Street between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue will be closed Saturday and Sunday from 6 am – 6 pm through May 7th to rig chiller into basement via opening in sidewalk with forklift.


Neighborhood Guides


Photo of the Week


Bright blooms in Madison Square Park via @718mango


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