45 Gramercy Park North
Built in 1929, 45 Gramercy Park North is a white-glove co-op. Many apartments in the building have open southern views of and all have keys to Gramercy Park.
This Neo-Renaissance co-op has awesome ornamental babies carved in relief over its entrance pediment – a strong statement, which sets the tone for this exclusive pre-war address.
If you are a NYC history buff, Stanford White’s grandson lives in the building – which is only steps away from the site of his grandfather’s old mansion (now the Gramercy Park Hotel).
Address: 45 Gramercy Park North
Neighborhood: Gramercy Park
Cross Streets: Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue
Building Type: Mid-rise co-op
Service Level: Full time doorman
# of Apartments: 38
Year Built: Built in 1929. Converted to cooperative in 1952.
Prices: Lofts, one, two, three and four bedrooms that have sold from $495,000 to $4,000,000.*
Financing allowed: 50 %
Apartment: South facing windows have park views
Building: Live in super, laundry room, common storage, elevator, full time doorman
Transportation: N-Q-R-W 4-5-6 L
Conveniences: 71 Irving Coffee, Food Emporium, Barnes and Noble, Union Square Farmers Market
Dining: Pete’s Tavern, Paul and Jimmy’s Restaurant, Casa Mona, Farmer in the Deli
Bars/Nightlife: Pete’s Tavern, Molly’s, Bar Jamon, Underbar
- Building residents receive a key to Gramercy Park
- No open houses in the building
- Two units per floor
- 25% tax deductible
*Prices at time of posting and subject to change.
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