|Area:||5,193,373 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of Gramercy Park|
|Buildings:||75 rental buildings|
25 condo buildings
21 coop buildings
In the "core" Gramercy Park area (i.e. west of Third Avenue), the quality of buildings is as high the prices of apartments in them, simply because they were constructed a long time ago, back in the era of high standards of construction.
Newer buildings that were added after the WWII (especially the multi-apartment variety) are a step down, but are more affordable.
The area also boasts quite a few beautiful row houses, especially on side streets and next to the park.
|$5,127||2-Bedroom at Peter Cooper Village: 390 First Ave, 1211 sq ft||M|
|$4,760||1-Bedroom at The Westminster||M|
|$7,200||3-Bedroom at The Washington Irving House||B|
|$4,295||2-Bedroom at 336 East 18th Street||M|
|$1,595||Studio at 130 East 18th Street||B|
|$4,495||1-Bedroom at Park 23||M|
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The demographic profile of somebody living in the immediate vicinity of the park is somewhat different from that of a person living east of Third Avenue. Let's start with the former. Since the vicinity of Gramercy Park is the most prized area that has always been popular with politicians, writers, socialites and (nowadays) Hollywood stars, both the average age and average income of its residents tended to be high. People living east of Third Avenue, however, are just about average New Yorkers; their ranks even include some students.
Gramercy Park is an actual park, located at the very bottom of Lexington Avenue (at East 20th street). It is a private park, which means it's closed to visitors. Residents of nearby buildings have the keys.
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