18 Gramercy Park South

Flatiron District, Gramercy Park

18 Gramercy Park Condominium Building
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Flatiron District, Gramercy Park

This 17-story 1927 building was home to the former hotel and salvation army property, and is the perfect example of a “diamond in the rough.” 18 Gramercy Park blossomed into a luxurious piece of work. Not only did developers Arthur and William Lie Zeckendorf invest $60 million into this project, but they brought architect Robert A.M. Stern along for a repeat of their winning formula. This Gramercy condominium has a lot to offer, including plenty of incredible floorplans for one to enjoy.

Elegant, and full of elite features, 18 Gramercy Park has everything you want and more. Here, you’ll be sure to find a formal dining room, open family room, eat-in kitchen, and a library. Even more fascinating, is the furniture-grade hand-painted cabinetry, Bianco Perlino marble countertops, Miele dishwasher, and last but not least, a wine storage. With the many features that this condominium offers, you can be sure to find something, if not everything, that fits your style of living.

You can also find a luxurious five bedroom duplex penthouse t 18 Gramercy Park, and if you ever want to have a pool party there’s more than enough room in the two outdoor pools that compliments this remarkable penthouse. 18 Gramercy Park provides you with great location, amenities and elegance. Whether it’s the penthouse or an apartment on the 5th floor, a lot of the amenities are the same. The exterior is just as amazing as the interior, one can have access to a key for the park, so you can enjoy the fresh air, without having to step too far away from the comforts of your home.

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Features:

  • High Ceilings
  • Oversized Windows

Bathroom:

  • Bathtub
  • Marble
  • Oversized Mirror
  • Soaking Tub

Kitchen:

  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Marble Countertops
  • Miele Appliances
  • Sub-Zero Appliances

18 Gramercy Park South Info

Neighborhood

Year Built

1927

Year Converted

2012

Number of Apartments

16

Number of Floors

17

Building Access

Elevator

Developer

Zeckendorf Development

Architect

Robert A.M. Stern Architects

Service Level

Concierge

Type

Pre-war Mid-rise

Building Amenities:

  • Fitness Center
  • Garden
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

Building Features:

  • Concierge
  • Day Spa
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18 Gramercy Park South Penthouse In Contract for $42 Million

The five-bedroom penthouse at 18 Gramercy Park South that had a $42 million asking price is now in contract for the full price, making it the costliest apartment sale ever made south of 59th Street in Manhattan.

Plans and Pricing Now Available

Plans and pricing are now available for Robert A.M. Stern designed 18 Gramercy Park South apartments. Units range from $9 million for a 2 bedroom to $42 million for the penthouse, and all apartments come with keys to the legendary park.

The Next 15 Central Park West?

Labeled as the "next 15 Central Park West," 18 Gramercy Park South will have a $42 million penthouse complete with two outdoor pools. The model unit will be available in September.

Parkside Evangeline Bought

Construction began today on 18 Gramercy Park South, which will soon be a luxury condo. This conversion began when The Salvation Army sold their former residence for young women for $60 million to Central Park West developers William Lie and Arthur Zeckendorf.

Renowned 15 CPW Team Tackles a New Development

Developers William Lie, Arthur Zeckendorf and architect Robert A.M. Stern, the team behind 15 Central Park West, are beginning to undertake renovations of the Parkside Evangeline.