Gramercy Park is one of the most historic and elite neighborhoods in New York City. Whether you have a key to the members-only Gramercy Park, you still get the full essence of the neighborhood’s cozy charm. Centrally located on the East Side of Manhattan, you are at a convenient distance from all the key spots in the city. Being such a sought out neighborhood, don’t miss a chance to live in one of Gramercy’s newest residential developments listed below:
234 East 23rd Street is a full-service building, featuring 20 stories and 57 available units. Newly constructed in 2014, the interiors and amenities were created by leading interior design practice Rottet Studio, with the refined quality of a boutique hotel. With your home is included a fitness room, a library, and a spacious garden and rooftop deck.
Originally built in 1989, Rutherford Place is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was recently reconstructed into a nine-story residential home featuring 127 units. Each unique home is multi-level with 17’ ceilings and huge windows. All units of Rutherford Place were recently renovated with high-end contemporary finishes, fixtures and appliances.
160 East 23rd Street
Situated right between Gramercy Park and Madison Square Park, this luxurious development is located in the heart of Gramercy. Rising 11 stories and featuring 18 units, this complex is set to be available in the fall of 2014. There is a rooftop deck available to all residents and some individual units offer private balconies.
The team behind 15 Central Park West introduces the apartment building of 18 Gramercy Park, including a key to the only private park in Manhattan. Originally built in 1927, this Georgian Revival building is being reimagined by Zeckendorf Development, LLC, Global Holdings, Inc. and Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
This condo located in Gramercy Park was built in 2012, rises 21 stories high, and features 82 units. The exterior features gray Indiana limestone and the interiors boast a modern twist on classic, top-of-the-line finishes. 160 East 22nd Street is a green building and was constructed by architect, Perkins Eastman.