The Gramercy neighborhood, located in Manhattan, gets its name from Gramercy Park. Gramercy Park is a private park located between East 20th and 21st Streets at the foot of Lexington Avenue. The Park is open only to people who live around the park and are given a key to it. However, once a year the public is invited into the park.Gramercy is generally considered to be the area bound by 14th Street, First Avenue and Broadway. The northern boundary of Gramercy meets the Murray Hill section of Midtown in the area of 29th and 30th Street.Particularly the area surrounding Gramercy Park, Gramercy is perceived as one of Manhattan’s most peaceful and quietest neighborhoods.The area has a number of beautiful prewar co-ops and townhouses. It is also a difficult neighborhood to find a residence in. With few people moving out, it’s said of Gramercy that “Whoever moves here stays here.” Unfortunately, that also means that newcomers desiring to move into Gramercy will have a ... Read More
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