Be one of the privileged few to reside at 18 Gramercy Park South. Residence 14 is one of only 14 full-floor residences in one of Downtown's most elegant, full-service buildings. 18 Gramercy Park South was originally built in 1929 and redesigned by Zeckendorf Development in collaboration with Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
This 4,207 square foot, 4 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom apartment enjoys magnificent oversized windows overlooking Gramercy Park, up Lexington Avenue to the Chrysler Building and to the northwest and the Clock Tower on Madison Square Park.
The 35-foot Gallery presents itself when you step off the keyed elevator. The eat-in-kitchen with an island is bathed in light facing Irving Place with custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes, LeFroy Brooks fittings and accessories, marble countertops and backsplash, Wolf cooking and warming appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage, Miele dishwasher and fully vented hood.
A formal dining room/Library off the Gallery is also adjacent to the Kitchen while the Formal Living room is conveniently located at the end of the Grand Gallery with direct Majestic views of Gramercy Park.
The powder room is handsomely finished with a rich Black Onyx vanity, backsplash and floors. With 6 large windows and grand proportions the Master Bedroom also features two full-windowed his and hers baths providing an ultra-luxurious sanctuary with radiant heated floors, a Gris Souris marble slab shower, a Calcutta Caldia marble slab steam shower and a freestanding cast iron soaking tub. Secondary bedrooms all have en suite baths and are separated from the living and dining areas.
A separate Laundry room is appointed with full sized Clothes Washer and Clothes Dryer.
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 Doggie Bath in the basement, a clubroom and a spa and fitness center. Residents also receive a coveted key to historic Gramercy Park, the only private, keyed park in Manhattan