Castle in Gramercy For Sale

This neighborhood on the east side of Manhattan (between 14th and 23rd Streets, and 1st and Park Avenue South) is centered around, and named after, a small private park, reminiscent of a London garden square and surrounded by beautiful 19th century townhouses. The park's positioning discourages thru-traffic down Lexington Avenue, making the streets in the immediate vicinity feel like an oasis. 


Along with Gramercy Park, another of the area's calmest, greenest spaces, Stuyvesant Park, has been designated as a national landmark. The largest ‘oasis’ in the neighborhood, however, is Madison Square Park, which runs from 23rd to 26th Street, between 5th and Madison Avenues. Surrounding it are a number of New York architectural landmarks. Chief among these the iconic, triangular Flatiron Building, the city’s first skyscraper, and to the east of Madison Square, the Metropolitan Life and New York Life Buildings rise in 1930’s, art deco splendor. 

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