Gramercy is one of Manhattan’s most charming neighborhoods, offering a quiet respite from the more typically loud and trendy downtown areas. Teeming with great restaurants, museums, and parks, this part of Manhattan is an instant draw for those seeking culture and prestige. While the neighborhood’s most famous feature, Gramercy Park, is private, Gramercy still has an air of accessibility, with architecture that harkens back to “Old New York.” Running from 16th to 23rd Streets and from 3rd Avenue to Park Avenue South, this culture-rich area is just a short walk from StuyTown Apartments.
Take advantage of the Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town amenities offered in its apartments steps away from Gramercy Park, like playgrounds, outdoor chess tables, paddle tennis courts, bocce ball, parking, gym, concierge service, and more!
StuyTown offers some of the best spaces and value, all in the heart of Manhattan.
StuyTown offers studios, 1, 2, 3 and 5 bedroom apartments near Gramercy Park, with features like hardwood flooring, beautiful stainless steel appliances in newly renovated kitchens, spacious bedrooms, and large windows to let in plenty of sunlight.
StuyTown is also proud to provide impeccable and unique amenities for its tenants set in an 80-acre private park located right near the East River. Outside of its luxury no-fee apartments, the community provides conveniences like Oval Fitness, a full-service gym; a 24-hour concierge service; a private storage space for residents; and parking garages to make keeping a car easy and convenient.
The Gramercy Park area is a small, quiet neighborhood, nestled in the bottom corner of Midtown Manhattan. The neighborhood is largely made up of rows of residential townhouses, a rarity in lower Manhattan. Centered around Gramercy Park, the city’s largest private park, the area boasts over 3,000 trees and is still just minutes on the train from Union Square, Times Square, and even Columbus Circle.
Gramercy Park has some of the best shops and restaurants in the city, including Gramercy Tavern, Maialino in the Gramercy Park Hotel, Pure Food and Wine, and Friend of a Farmer. There are many great neighborhood bars such as Pete’s Tavern, Bull’s Head Tavern, and Taproom No. 307. Right across the street from Madison Square Park is the aptly named Eleven Madison Park, a consensus pick for one of the 10 best restaurants in the world. Located in the Art Deco Metropolitan Life North Building, this high-end eatery was named the #3 restaurant in the entire world by the S. Pellegrino 50 Best Restaurants list. Originally opened by Shake Shack owner Danny Meyer, Eleven Madison Park is a destination for diners the world over. Other local standouts include Cosme, opened by Mexican chef Enrique Olvera, owner of Pujol in Mexico City, another regular on the “World’s Best” list. For those with an adventurous streak, check out Yakiniku Futago, a Korean-Japanese barbecue spot famous for its imported Wagyu beef and other Asian delicacies. Beware though, you may have to cook the food yourself in a seasoned hot pot.
After a long day of exploring, stop at one of the neighborhood’s high-end watering holes for a drink. In addition to the spots names above, Raines Law Room may not sound like a bar but it is a splendidly decorated space with classic cocktails (Manhattan, Negroni) and some of the modern variety (try the 10 Gallon Hat, a mix of mescal, ancho chile, lime, and pineapple). You will not be disappointed. Another popular spot resides inside the NoMad Hotel: The NoMad Bar. Owned by the same team as Eleven Madison Park, this spot serves not only outstanding cocktails but offers less expensive versions of the food that has made Eleven Madison Park so famous.
To entertain younger ones, bring them over to StuyTown’s Oval Kids by appleseeds where kids can play in a fun and safe environment. Oval Kids includes open spaces for playing and attending signature programs, such as "songs for seeds." Adults can make their way over to neighboring movie theaters like AMC Loews Village 7, grab a great book at the nearby Strand Bookstore, or catch a concert at Irving Plaza, the Gramercy Theater or the Stone Pony.
If you feel like venturing out of our StuyTown community, there are many nearby gyms such as New York Health & Racket, Synergy Fitness, New York Sports Clubs, and Equinox. The Gramercy area is also home to Beth Israel Hospital. Gramercy is also home to the National Arts Club. Major subway stops near our complex include the L train, 6 train, R and N train, as well as the M15 and M23 buses.
If you’re looking for an “off-the-beaten path” museum, look no further than MoSex, the Museum of Sex. Though definitely not appropriate for minors, this museum offers a fascinating look at sex throughout history and its evolution in modern culture. For a different kind of cultural experience, visit Academy Records, a neighborhood favorite since 1977. CDs, vinyl, and more are found en masse in this music-lover’s paradise.
StuyTown location near Gramercy Park also makes access to education easy for students of any age. The neighborhood features two public high schools: Washington Irving High School and School of the Future. Other schools close by are P.S. 40, Augustus Saint-Gaudens School, Salk School of Science, The Simon Baruch Middle School, American Sign Language and English School, and The Epiphany School. Baruch College, one of the oldest constituent colleges of the City University of New York system, is also located nearby.
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