Welcome to the elegant 16th Floor residence at 18 Gramercy Park South, Downtown's most coveted, full-service, Pre-War condominium. Originally built in 1929, re-imagined by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern in collaboration with Zeckendorf Development, this spectacular 4,200 square foot, private-floor residence has never been lived in and will impress the most discerning buyer. From the keyed elevator, one steps into the private foyer and down the grand 70-foot formal gallery leading into the grand living room with 40 feet of breathtaking frontage overlooking Gramercy Park. The gracious layout includes a formal dining room, a large chef's kitchen by Smallbone with an adjacent family room ideal for entertaining. The home also features is an immense master suite, with double Italian marble baths, a marble steam shower, a separate cast-iron soaking tub and radiant heated floors. There are three additional bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, and a powder room completes this classic residence.
Boasting 32 windows in all four directions, one can enjoy the most spectacular views of Gramercy Park as well as unobstructed views of Manhattan's most recognizable landmarks including the Chrysler Building, the Madison Square Clock Tower and New York Life Building. Seamlessly blending uptown elegance with downtown sophistication, this timeless neighborhood and classic architecture is paired with with the latest state-of-the-art technology and 21st century convenience. Impeccable fittings and materials include Italian marble, fleuri-cut black onyx, hand-troweled walls and ceilings, Lefroy Brooks fixtures and rift and quartered white oak floors throughout.
18 Gramercy Park South is a private, boutique condominium that offers a full-time general manager, 24-hour doorman, concierge and a staff of porters. Building amenities include two roof terraces, a club room and a spa and fitness center.
18 Gramercy Park South residents receive a coveted key to historic Gramercy Park. The beautifully landscaped Park blossoms with mature, landscaped English perennial gardens each Spring and through Summer and Autumn, for the exclusive enjoyment of property owners on Gramercy Park. It is the only private, keyed park in Manhattan.