Neighborhood Guide

Gramercy Park


Housing options have flourished in this neighborhood. Gramercy Park itself was the primary residential
opportunity until developers began converting and developing the neighborhood. It is an odd mix of New
York in the 1880’s, as you circle around Gramercy Park with its beautiful old world charm, and the modern,
rather hectic life of the 21st century. Gramercy Park is the sole surviving “private residential park” in the
city and is surrounded by landmark townhouses and prewar buildings (a great “read” to take you back to
the Gramercy Park of the 1880’s would be Time and Again). Just outside the quiet boundaries of the Park,
the city bursts into life again offering every type of dwelling from luxury high-rise living to warehouses
converted into loft spaces, and every type of venue from nightclubs to a huge open-air farmer’s market in
Union Square. Some of the notable upscale stores in this area include ABC Carpet & Home and Paragon
Sports (both on Broadway at 17th and 18th Streets). There is a plethora of great dining in the area (Blue
Water Grill, Coffee Shop and Havana Central) and plenty of nightlife. Great spots for a drink after work,
followed by dinner, abound on Park Avenue South. Some of the more interesting clothing stores in the
area are Intermix, Agnes B and Anthropology.


Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $315.0K 38 $1,469 110
1 BR $545.0K 75 $1,521 114
2 BR $525.0K 64 $1,851 154
3 BR $785.0K 29 $2,118 176

$1,913

Avg. Price/SqFt.

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