Some are slightly off the park and lack the pre-war character but allow you to live in Gramercy for less than a classic brownstone. Closer to Murray Hill, you’ll find skyscraper apartment buildings with amenities like doormen, in-building laundry, dry cleaning, and common rooftops. In addition, several of these new buildings have health clubs, swimming pools, parking garages and are even pet friendly.
What do Gramercy apartments for rent go for? For a studio apartment, expect to pay in the range of $2,200-$2,500 with a doorman and $1,800-$2,000 without. For a one bedroom apt, expect to pay $3,500-$3,800 with a doorman, and $2,300-$2,500 without. For a two bedroom apt, doorman rents are around $5,500-$5,800 and $3,600-$3,800 without a doorman.Find Gramercy Park apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|336 E 18TH ST||56|
|310 E 19TH ST||40|
|268 PARK AVE S||36|
|346 E 18TH ST||36|
|231 E 14TH ST||32|
|152 E 22ND ST||26|
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The Gramercy neighborhood remains one of the unique neighborhoods of Manhattan. With few avenues that run through the neighborhood, the streets are quieter and many of the homes retain the 19th century charm. The neighborhood surrounds Gramercy Park, a historic, lush park with keyed entrances usable only by the residents that live immediately on the park. The park is named after the Gramercy Farm land upon which it was built in 1833.
The best Gramercy apartments for rent can be found around the park on Gramercy Park East, East 20th Street, East 21st Street. In addition, you will find much of the old Gramercy charm in rental apartments on Irving Place, as well as the East-West street below the park like 16th, 17th and 18th Streets.