Don’t let the industrialized exterior of this building make you think it’s all business inside. The interiors are thoughtfully designed with the finest modern details. Solid oak flooring flows through the main rooms, and kitchens feature silver travertine backsplashes, white quartzite countertops, and stainless steel shelving. Appliances are by brands like Bertazzoni, Sub-Zero, and Miele. Baths have tall beveled mirrors, double-sink vanities, and showers with black marble flooring.
Rising 20 stories, the building is host to 57 units. Resident amenities include a gym, library with pool table, a garden, and rooftop deck with an outdoor kitchen and barbecue grill.
Gramercy Park is a relatively quiet, laid back neighborhood. Its tree-lined streets fall in line with the park that is the area’s namesake. Gramercy Park (the park) is open only to residents of the this neighborhood, who are provided keys to the gates. Second and Third Avenues are home to bars and salons, while Irving Place is where restaurants like Ponty Bistro and Friend of a Farmer reside.