Four architecturally distinct buildings connected by green space, Gramercy Square, offers studio to four bedrooms living in the city’s oldest residential neighborhood. With impeccable design from Woods Bagot, M. Paul Friedberg & Partners, and La Palestra, Gramercy Square is the best the city has for downtown residential living.


The complex is designed by Wood Bagot (the group who renovated T1 of San Francisco International Airport) and developed by The Chetrit Group and Clipper Equity. It’s nothing short of a work of art. It’s comprised of four buildings – the Tower, the Prewar, the Modern, and the Boutique –all completed in a different architectural style that integrates into the neighborhood while still being modern and forward-thinking.

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All brought together by the beautiful network of gardens designed by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners.

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With so many different buildings, the Gramercy has something for everyone.

The Tower

The largest of the four buildings, the Tower offers spectacular views and crisp design. Outfitted with high ceilings, expansive windows, and oak floors throughout, the Tower residences feel light, open and airy. Italian designed kitchens include top of the line appliances like Sub-Zero fridges, Bosch dishwashers, and Calacatta marble counters and backsplashes. In the bathroom, the luxury continues with Lefroy Brooks fixtures, a Kohler tub, and radiant floor heating. The Tower caters to those who want cosmopolitan living with a residential feel and a view.

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The Prewar

Built in 1931, it offers 48 buyers all the convenience of condo living with the character of a prewar building.
Classic design tailored with sleek modern detailing, the Prewar is perfect for those who love a traditional feel. Refurbished to maximize light and openness, these units use light oak wood flooring throughout, painted in the kitchen to pair with the Venatino marble used for the backsplash and counter tops. Like the Tower, the kitchen also includes the best appliances on the market with fridge and wine storage by Sub-Zero, a dishwasher from Bosch, and a microwave from Wolf. Each unit also includes a GE washer and dryer and Carrara marble walls and Lefroy Brooks fixtures in the bathroom.

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The Modern

Perfect for lovers of minimalist modernism.
More exclusive again with 37 one to four bedroom units total, the Modern focuses on clean lines, big windows and simple, refined design.
The design palette used for the Modern is significantly more streamlined then elsewhere within the development, with white oak floors, white cabinetry in the kitchen, Bianco Dolomiti white marble walls in the bathroom with Kohler sinks, and Lefroy Brooks fixtures. And of course, all appliances are top of the line – Sub-Zero fridge and wine storage, Bosch dishwasher, GE washer/dryer, and a Wolf microwave.

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The Boutique

The Boutique is the most exclusive of the four buildings, with only eight full-floor units in it. Stunning Siberian Sunset marble bathrooms with Lefroy Brooks fixtures and large rain showers let you unwind in peace. In the kitchen, the Calacatta marble backsplash gives it a sophisticated, clean look. Wolf microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and Sub-Zero fridge and wine storage round out the elegant, functional kitchen.  The increased space means that the delineation between living and private space is clear, letting you entertain in comfort knowing you have a private oasis to retreat to.

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La Palestra, who has designed wellness centers and amenities for developments all over the city, have built a communal space for Gramercy Square that is second to none in the 18,000 square foot Gramercy Club, which all four buildings have direct access to.

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Amenities include all the possible features you could need for a complete spa experience including a yoga studio, gym, and 75-foot pool to help you bulk up and a sauna, hot tub, steam room, to help you unwind afterward. The residents can also look forward to plenty of entertaining space and activities including a golf simulator, a media room, rec room, and dining, kitchen, club and lounge rooms, complete with and wine cellar.

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Currently, there are multiple units available across the four properties ranging from studios to 4 bed, 5.5 bath apartments.
Prices start at $1.2 million for a 682 square foot studio in the Tower and go up to $7.15 million for a 4 bed, 4.5 baths 3,378 square foot condo in the Boutique.


Situated in Gramercy Park, Gramercy Square is close to everything while still giving resident’s a brief reprieve from the city. From restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and Library Bar & NoMad Restaurant to cultural hotspots like the Visual Arts Museum And the National Arts Club, Manhattan truly is at your doorstep.
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