By Maria Rocha-Buschel
Community residents and business owners in the Flatiron District are hoping to highlight the history of the neighborhood and provide more space for public activities at the neighborhood’s pedestrian plazas.
They got to share their suggestions at a recent community workshop hosted by the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District on the future of the plazas, which stretch from 23rd to 25th Streets along Fifth Avenue and Broadway.
The workshop was held last month at the Porcelanosa building on 25th Street.
One attendee was neighborhood resident Jeanne Braun, who said the history of the area should be emphasized.
“It should be made to look like a historic district,” she said.