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The Victoria
7 East 14th Street, Flatiron, Manhattan, NY 10003

Post-war Co-op

496 units
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  • 496 residences
  • 21 stories
  • BUILT 1964

The Details About 7 East 14th Street

"The Victoria" is a 22-story postwar white brick building built in 1965 and converted to co-op in 1986. The Victoria is located on the edge of Union Square and Greenwich Village, a half block from Fifth Avenue, and one and a half blocks from Union Square. It is a full-service doorman building with a live-in super and a full staff of handymen and porters. Laundry and valet are available on the f...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central air
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room

The Victoria Units

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Get to know the Flatiron District

Even though the formal designation of the Flatiron District only dates to the mid-1980s, its namesake building has been a fixture for far longer. The distinctively triangular Flatiron Building rises above the area, an unmistakable landmark and indelible icon of NYC architecture. It stands as one of this city’s oldest skyscrapers and, though it may seem diminutive by today’s standards, was the tallest building in the world for a brief period following its c.1909 construction. However, don’t reduce the neighborhood to simply one structure. While various industries used to define it — namely toy manufacturing and photography — present-day Flatiron is bustling with restaurants, shopping, and the residents living there in Beaux-Arts, Neo-Renaissance, and Romanesque Revival apartment and loft buildings. Madison Square Park provides that leafy green peace everyone desires their neighborhood have — finding a patch of grass to relax on after a long day cannot be underrated.

Flatiron Neighborhood Guide