About This Building
Gramercy House, a full service, pre-war Beaux-Arts & Art Deco detailed building, built in 1930 and designed by famed architects George and Edward Blum, has one of the most fascinating facades in the city. Services and amenities include a 24-hour concierge, afternoon & evening door service, resident manager, bike room, central laundry room, and storage. Discover the private garden with fountain on the west side of the building where residents enjoy cocktails and meals during spring and summer months. Or head up to the roof deck, adorned with plantings, and take in some lovely panoramic views of the neighborhood. Dogs are adored and cats appreciated at Gramercy House: one dog per unit and cats are quite welcome in the building. Monthly maintenance includes electricity and you can finance up to 60% of your purchase (up to 75% for studio units).
The Gramercy neighborhood, one of the city’s most upscale locales and home to renown authors, actors, and at one time, a US president, is nothing short of terrific. That’s right: President Theodore Roosevelt, Oscar Wilde and James Cagney resided here at one point during their lives. Landmarks including the National Arts Club and The Players club, along with performance venues like Irving Plaza, the Gramercy Theatre and the Jazz Standard for the perfect night out. Want access to the residents-only Gramercy Park? Book a room at the Gramercy Park Hotel and you’ll get your own key. Spend an afternoon in Union Square and Madison Square Park, frequent a number of trendy shops, and dine in some of the finest restaurants around.
Whether heading uptown, downtown, or crosstown, a subway station or bus stop is always within two blocks for the transit option of preference. Yet to truly take in the sites, there’s nothing like a walk around town to truly appreciate what Gramercy has to offer residents and visitors alike.
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- Bike Room,
Cats & Dogs Allowed,
Laundry in Building,
Maintenance Includes Electricity,
Verizon FiOS Enabled
- Furnished Roof Deck, Garden