A typical street in the Flatiron district, this block has a varied collection of storefronts and residential buildings. Thanks to Broadway cutting through the neighborhood, each of the streets around here are different lengths – getting shorter the further south you go. Even though it's right next to the fancy Gramercy neighborhood, there isn't anything particularly high-class about this block.
Most of the buildings along this stretch are older, 10-20 story structures from early last century. The brick and stonework you can observe is particularly nice, especially over the doorways. There's more signs hanging out on the buildings than I've noticed on most other streets – I suppose there's just lots of commerce (and parking) to be had here.