Welcome to Fashion District
WHAT TO EXPECT
Fashion industry professionals, out-of-city work week commuters, and those looking to work and play close to midtown.
Fast-paced and urban, with heavy industry foot traffic during the workweek, Herald Square-based tourists come weekends, and relatively quiet on weeknights.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
An abundance of public green space or distance from popular tourist attractions.
Luxury-style converted lofts, recently renovated doorman-and-elevator buildings and co-ops, and brand new condominium buildings.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
The quick commute to major transportation hubs at Port Authority, Penn Station, and Grand Central, as well as cultural hubs including Bryant Park and Herald Square.
LOCATED IN MANHATTAN
Around the Block
The city’s fashion heartbeat with gritty exterior.
Since the early 1800s, the Fashion District (also known as the Garment Center and Garment District) have been the epicenter of the national retail and clothing industries. Despite it’s small size (slightly less than 1 square mile total) this studio-packed neighborhood accounts for over $14 billion dollars of retail sales around the globe, and is the home base for legendary fashion designers from Diane Von Furstenberg to Calvin Klein.