Renderings of Gramercy Square have been revealed for the condo conversion of the former Cabrini Medical Center. The condo complex, slated for completion sometime this year, will comprise four separate buildings – each quite unique from the others architecturally – and a total of 223 residences.
215 East 19th Street will feature a tall, glassy facade. The 130 units will offer herringbone and white oak flooring and marble baths. A much smaller 225 East 19th Street depicts a stately facade, and will house 48 residences. Even smaller still is 230 East 20th Street, a 37-unit building with a boutique aesthetic and postmodern facade. Interiors will feature custom lacquered cabinetry and floor-to-ceiling windows. And 220 East 20th Street will house only eight vast residences – mostly 4-bedrooms – with such finishes as white and stained wood cabinetry. One Gramercy Square will also offer a vast amenities package that includes such luxuries as a wine room, golf simulator, and a private pool.
The grand scale project – valued at $850 million – is an exciting new development for Gramercy Park, a neighborhood whose elite luxury and timeless elegance make its residences some of the most desirable in all the city.
50 Gramercy Park North — Overlooking the ethereal Gramercy Park and offering its coveted keys to residents, this stunning pre-war condo building got a full conversion by starchitect Ian Schrager 10 years ago; its design aesthetic is reminiscent of Renaissance Revival. The building features 180 high-end hotel rooms and 23 exquisite private residences. The two-floor lobby has an exclusive rooftop bar and private club. Residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows with park views and white oak flooring throughout. Ultra-modern kitchens have stainless steel appliances, cherry wood finishes, and double basin sinks. Master baths offer deep soaking tubs and rain showers. Many apartments feature wood-burning fireplaces.
White glove amenities at 50 Gramercy Park North include a fitness center, concierge and valet, laundry, and rooftop deck.
18 Gramercy Park South — Mega developers Arthur and William Zeckendorf invested $60 million in this condo conversion in 2012, and brought along the architectural brilliance of Robert A.M. Stern to design the interiors. 18 Gramercy Park South offers classic New York elegance, the exclusivity of keyed park access, and exquisitely elite homes. The residences feature formal dining rooms, open living rooms, and sublime libraries. Eat-in kitchens have hand painted cabinetry, Miele dishwashers, Sub-Zero appliances, Bianco Perlino marble countertops, and state-of-the-art wine storage. The luxury amenities package offers a concierge, fitness center, day spa with steam room, and landscaped gardens.
Rutherford Place — A classic New York City landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rutherford Place at 305 Second Avenue has been an architecturally important part of Gramercy Park since its erection in 1899. The nine-story, Italian Renaissance and neoclassical building was converted to luxury residences in 2005. The spacious residences feature soaring ceilings, oversized windows, balconies, hardwood flooring, and washer/dryers. Kitchens are well equipped with Bosch, Viking, and Sub Zero appliances, Poggenpohl cherry cabinetry, and Jet Mist granite countertops. Bathrooms are adorned with Italian porcelain tiles, glass enclosed showers, and high-end fixtures.
The luxury amenities at Rutherford Place mirror the elegance of the residences–concierge and valet services, parking, bike storage, a lush rooftop deck, and laundry service on each floor.