Gramercy Square is located in one of Manhattan’s most sought-after downtown neighborhoods. From its beginning in the 1830s, when Samuel B. Ruggles began to develop Gramercy Park, the neighborhood was meant for the wealthy class. It has expanded through the years to include blocks bordering the East Village and the Flatiron district, but the name still carries prestige.
Set off in its own retreat-like setting, the property is made up of four architecturally distinct buildings: The Tower, The Boutique, The Prewar, and The Modern. All of these unique buildings are connected by garden spaces created by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners and an expansive private amenities club by designed by La Palestra.
Designed by world-renowned architect Woods Bagot, Gramercy Square features various layouts from studios to four-bedroom units to charming garden homes to dramatic penthouses, each a full-service condominium situated in historic Gramercy Park.