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To help make the neighborhood look more beautiful and green, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) recently planted 27 more tree pits in the NoMad area from 26th to 29th Streets and from Lexington to Sixth Avenue, according to a news release. The current plan is tulips in the spring, dragon wing-leafed begonias in the
summer and cabbage in the fall. To date there are 76 planted tree pits in the Flatiron area. The tree plantings are just one of the many ways the Flatiron BID makes the neighborhood a better place to live and work.

The expansion of this popular BID beautification program will provide additional plantings and greening on nearly every block of the district between now and the fall of 2013,” stated
Jennifer Brown, Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership.

Basically they take a space that looks like the first photo and they turn it into the second photo. Very nice!

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