16 West 22nd Street
- Located: West 22nd Street between 5th Avenue and Avenue of the Americas
- Built: 1910
- Renovations: Lobby - 2003; Lobby - 2018
- Total Building Size: 165,000 SF
- Floors: 12, 1 below-grade
16 West 22nd Street was constructed in 1910 by the architect William Harvey Birkmire, this 12-story neo-Renaissance store and loft building - characteristic of the later development phase of this district - extends through the middle of the block and has two virtually identical facades of terracotta, stone, and buff-colored brick. It replaced four 4-story residences with basements once used as boarding houses. Located in the historic Flatiron District, the building boasts 165,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. On the ground floor, one can find the highly coveted, Michelen-starred Korean steakhouse Cote. The building is conveniently situated near multiple subway transportation hubs as well as extensive shopping and dining - including the vibrant Eataly NYC Flatiron - and the open space of Madison Square Park.