- Updated On:
- January 4, 2021
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Year Built: 1903
About this property
THIS PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LEASED. Direct park and city views. Apartment 6A is a bright and airy one, or two, bedroom apartment with high ceilings, seven windows, and three exposures. The kitchen is open and large enough for a dining table. The apartment has exceptional light and views. Be in touch for recent photos and a video walkthrough.
Constructed in 1903 at the southeastern corner of Gramercy Park, the Hotel Irving joined a unique enclave of elegant buildings and townhouses surrounding Manhattan’s only private park. In that era, the hotel offered “parlor and bedroom suites with a private bathroom” and meals in the restaurant for $30 per week. The building converted to a cooperative in 1986, and apartment 6A is the combination of a park-facing suite and the adjacent chaperone’s room.
The neighborhood is globally recognized and evokes the creativity, history, elegance, and wealth of New York. The location continues to stand firm in any argument about which is the best. Everything you want is here starting with an oasis of calm in the middle of Manhattan. Nearby Union Square has an unrivaled farmers’ market, transportation, and regular excitement from the city and seasons. Restaurants like Maialino, Casa Mono & Bar Jamon, and Gramercy Tavern are exceptional and as busy as ever. Cherished neighborhood institutions include local café, 71 Irving, and Pete’s Tavern. High-minded culture is on the park at the National Arts Club, and the trendy Rose Room at the Gramercy Park Hotel is still buzzing on the north side of the park. Small shops are nearby on the side streets, and major commercial corridors such as 3rd Avenue, Broadway, and Park Avenue South, have everything else.
All residents of 26 Gramercy Park South have access to Gramercy Park and are able to join the exclusive association with private keys to the park. The building has a part-time attended lobby and superintendent. There is a central laundry and a bike room.