flatiron : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an iron that was heated by placing it on a stove
- Another day he smelled burning flesh, saw his own toes pressed against a flatiron, yet felt no pain.
- Near Helsinki's airport a Finn, armed with a flatiron, attacked a Russian soldier.
- To them, the grimy faced, flatiron-shaped building at 11 Rue Scribe, across the street from the Opera, has been their home away from home.
News & Articles
- Comebacks: One Madison Park's Sales Office Might Finally Open in August
Troubled One Madison Park has been a question mark on the Flatiron skyline for several years running, even more so with the recent removal of an on-sale date from developer Related's website. A kind Curbed tipster fills in some of...
June 11, 2013 - Curbed New York
- Village uproar at build plans
Greenwich Village preservationists are fighting a plan for an 18-story residential tower at Sixth Avenue and Sullivan Street, calling it another blow to the South Village’s vanishing character.The developers are asking the city for a zoning change to build the Flatiron Building-inspired, 210-foot tower, including 27 condos, two...
June 10, 2013 - New York Post
- Fred Wilson in CNET News
We first were going to call ourselves Acme Ventures. We were going to use the Road Runner as our logo. That didn't work out,Wilson said with a laugh. "We started out with the Flatiron Building as our logo. We got sued. That's a long...