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Street map of Gramercy and Flatiron in Manhattan

With this interactive map of Gramercy and Flatiron in Manhattan, discover attractions, restaurants and bars, and travel information for Gramercy and Flatiron.

The combined Gramercy and Flatiron neighborhoods lie east of Chelsea, running north from 14th Street to 30th Street between Fifth Avenue and the East River (minus the chunk known as Kips Bay between 23rd and 30th Streets between Lexington Avenue and the river). However, as with many NYC neighborhoods, the borders are disputed and evolving—NoMad is slowly catching on as the new name for the blocks north of Madison Square Park.

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The area is served by the nexus of subway lines (L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6) that converge at 14th St–Union Sq station, offering a direct link to lower Manhattan, the Upper East Side, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx; there are further stops for the N, R and 6 at 23rd Street and 28th Street.

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