NEW PRICE: $3,500,000Gorgeous apartment on Gramercy Park looking directly into the green...a veritable treehouse.Rarely available, this posh, two bedroom, two and a half bath is designed by acclaimed British architect, John Pawson and the interiors are designed by the timeless Mica Ertegun.Spectacular in any season, overlooking New York's historic Gramercy Park, Apartment 2B offers truly unique views via its south-facing, walls of glass. The vista is matched only by the well-appointed floorplan which beckons lively entertaining or quiet evenings in front of the wood-burning fireplace. The open, relaxed design delivers a lovely floor-through continuum extending from the 600+ square foot private landscaped rear terrace through the kitchen, dining room, living room and into the park. The sumptuous master suite opens on to the private terrace and offers ample closets and a bath with deep soaking tub, separate shower and travertine double basins. Jewel-like is the sunny en-suite second bedroom which overlooks the park.Along with its access to the terrace, the kitchen features cherry wood cabinetry and a massive chef's island. Counters are clad in stainless steel.Features include floor to ceiling windows throughout, custom lighting, electric shades, central air conditioning, audio/visual system, custom bookshelves, built-ins and white oak floors.As a resident, take full advantage of what Gramercy Park Hotel can offer.Avail yourself to Concierge who will arrange appointments and reservations as well as guiding one in the intricacies of the New York scene. Maid Service, including late night cleaning, is available as well as Room Service. Trays of cocktails and delicious delicacies can be delivered to your abode in the grand Gramercy Park Hotel style. Signing privileges for both the Rose Bar and Gramercy Terrace and Concierge can help with last minute reservations at Maialino! Located on Manhattan's only private park, 50 GPN is a discreet boutique cooperative offering its residents 24 hour doorman and concierge, and most importantly, a key to Gramercy Park. Pets allowed. Pied-a-terre welcomed. Shown by appointment.Gramercy Park, established in the 1830's by Samuel Ruggles, remains a well-kept respite from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. Steeped in history and period architecture, it remains appealing to all generations, ensconced just north of the ever-evolving, ever current restaurant row of Irving Place.