A spacious and bright studio apartment in Kips Bay within two blocks of the East River. Your home features floor-to-ceiling-windows perfect for admiring your views of the Empire state building. The most unique luxury residence in Manhattan. Free fitness center. Washer and dryer in every unit. Dramatic floor to ceiling windows. Unparalleled residence services.
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A high-ceilinged alcove studio apartment within a skip of majestic Madison Square Park and a hop of some of the trendiest restaurants and nightlife. Luxury 50 storie hi-rise building. 24 hour doorman and concierge. Granite kitchens, marble baths. Private Spa and health club. Rooftop Sundeck. On-site parking.
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The Gramercy Park District has too often been thought to be simply a collection of 19th-century houses surrounding a private park. In reality, it is part of a rich urban mixture of townhouses, apartment, commercial, and institutional buildings, and great old trees, all reinforcing each other.
Gramercy Park is an actual park, located at the very bottom of Lexington Avenue. It is a private park which means it’s closed to visitors. Gramercy Park is bounded by 23rd street to the north, 14th street to the south, Park Avenue to the west and Second Avenue to the east (although the area between 2nd and 3rd avenues feels more like Murray Hill than Gramercy proper).
Gramercy Park is one of the most expensive areas to buy in New York City, offering its residents the convenience of living downtown (the Village, Noho and Soho are only blocks away). The private park for which the area was named is the epicenter of a tight-knit community made up of breathtaking Victorian brownstones and manicured blocks.
As you move further east, beyond Third Avenue, the terrain becomes a mix of pre- and post-war structures that are significantly more affordable than their park-side counterparts. The residents who chose the area because it’s great location and as a result of their decision to move here, more restaurants, bars, lounges and venues for entertainment are settling in the blocks between E 14th and E 23rd Streets, giving the neighborhood a more a youthful glow.
Just a few blocks west of Gramercy Park and beyond Union Square, there is the Flat Iron District. This neighborhood is an impressive scene of activity. Those who rushed here were drawn to this traditionally commercial area by its detailed architecture and its huge, airy lofts. Some of the other attractions in the vicinity include Madison Square Park, chic restaurants and a number of useful retail stores.