The Gramercy Park area is bound by 23rd street to the north, 14th street to the south, Park Avenue to the west and First Avenue to the east.
The entire Gramercy Park neighborhood is one of New York’s most historic and exclusive luxury neighborhoods. Gramercy Park is a very pleasant park, located at the bottom of Lexington Avenue near East 20th street. It is a private park, closed to visitors that only give access to surrounding residents.
The Gramercy Park is surrounded by many pre and post-war buildings, including 19th century townhouses and Victorian brownstones, designed by famous architects such as Emery Roth and Calvert Vaux.
Centrally located on the East Side of Manhattan, residents have the convenience of living downtown; everything one needs is within walking distance. You can walk to the East Village or the West Village, to Union Square, the Lower East Side, Soho, Noho and the hip boutiques and restaurants of Nolita.
For the Art lovers, the trendy Gramercy Hotel offers amazing art collections throughout the year, as well as a very nice lounge, the rose bar.
Gramercy Park city is easily accessible by subway or bus. You can take the yellow metro line (R or W) or the green metro line (6) at 23rd street. If you prefer the bus, the 101, 102, 103, and 15 lines serves the area.