The Flatiron District is situated on a busy stretch of the mid-20s in Manhattan and acts as a perfect bridge between downtown chic and midtown luxury.
It is truly the most accessible place to live in Manhattan, as the NRW runs diagonally from the east village to Columbus circle through the Flatiron district, and the BDFM and 6 trains are only a few blocks away.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 36% Luxury Highrise
- 25% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 11% Pre War
- 8% Loft Building
- 5% Post War
Building Info: Post-War, 13-story, 80 apartments, built in 1961
Service Level: 24-hour doorman, video security
Washer/dryer: Laundry room on each floor
School District Zone 2: P.S. 040 (Augustus Saint-Gaudens), J.H.S. 104 (Simon Baruch)
For high-end Park Avenue living, Gramercy Park Luxury Lofts is the perfect place to look for a new home.
This beautifully renovated post-war building has gorgeous views of Park Avenue. All units feature oak flooring, custom closets, large windows, marble baths, granite kitchens, and stainless steel appliances. The duplex penthouses also include private outdoor roof decks.
At this Gramercy Park Loft building, exciting nightlife is just out the door and down the street. Madison Square Park and Union Square are both a short walk away, and the nearby New York Comedy Club and Blender Theater at Gramercy offer great live music and stand-up comedy.
$5,495, Loft, 1.0 Bathroom
- Post War
- Web ID: 198787
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