Living in the Gramercy Park & Union Square neighborhood of Manhattan

Selected No Fee Apartments in Gramercy Park & Union Square

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Small & Attractive Designs are Found Around Gramercy Park Apartments

Anyone searching for Gramercy Park apartments or real estate will find himself in perhaps the nicest residential area in the city because of its small size and attractive architectural surroundings. From 17th to 22nd Streets and areas around the park itself, from Union Square to Madison Square, Gramercy Park real estate is one of the most desirable and expensive in the city.



Gramercy Park apartments and Victorian brownstones sit on serene, tree-lined blocks--all within walking distance of midtown offices, Union Square, SoHo shopping and the night-life of the East and West Villages. Pristine Gramercy Park is private and only neighborhood residents with keys have the right to use it. However, five subway lines make Gramercy Park apartments particularly accessible to other Manhattan parks as well as theaters, restaurants, and even other boroughs.


Noteworthy Sites Adjacent to Apartments in Gramercy Park 

Architect designed landmarks surrounding Gramercy Park real estate include The Players Club and The National Arts Club, a site of changing exhibitions.  "The Block Beautiful" between Irving Place and Third Avenue boasts of turn of the century renovated houses and is considered to be a jewel of this residential enclave.


Gramercy Park condos and apartments are also alongside great places to dine.  Well known and respected Gramercy Tavern sets the standard for American fare in both its formal and informal dining rooms. Once a carriage house, The House is a less pricey, cozy and romantic neighborhood restaurant.  Located at the Gramercy Park Hotel, Maialino offers Roman-style cooking that was heavily praised by Sam Sifton at The New York Times.


Gramercy Park Living Offers a Calm Respite from The City

Gramercy Park is adjacent to the Flatiron District, named for the historic Flatiron Building, shaped like a triangular iron, facing uptown on 23rd Street.  In addition to the parks, eateries, and shops, Gramercy Park apartments such as the handsome residential complexes Kips Bay Plaza and East Midtown Plaza, offer a pleasant enclosure from the midtown Manhattan rush.

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