|L||3rd Av||8 min||0.37 mi|
|6||23rd St||8 min||0.37 mi|
|L||1st Av||9 min||0.39 mi|
|6||28th St||11 min||0.5 mi|
|N R||23rd St||11 min||0.51 mi|
|L N Q R 4 5 6||14th St-Union Square||12 min||0.52 mi|
|6||Astor Place||15 min||0.67 mi|
|6||33rd St||15 min||0.68 mi|
|N R||28th St||16 min||0.7 mi|
|F M||23rd St||16 min||0.72 mi|
|P.S. 040 Augustus Saint-gaudens||PK - 5||2 min||0.09 mi|
|J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch||6 - 8||2 min||0.07 mi|
Few neighborhoods are as lovely as Gramercy, arguably the most charming area of New York City.
Situated between Murray Hill and the East Village, Gramercy has a relaxed, old-money type of feel. It’s no wonder, as in pre-civil war New York the brownstones and mansions facing the park were the poshest places to live in the city. Former New York governors and presidential candidates have lived in Gramercy, as did young Theodore Roosevelt.