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New York the Gramercy Neighborhood
Gramercy neighborhood is located in Lower Manhattan, New York. It is bounded by the Flatiron District, Union Square, East Village and it is known for the architectural buildings and landmarks, like the Gramercy Park Hotel which was built in 1925 and designed by Robert T. Lyons. The interior however was designed by artist Julian Schrager, who also happens to be a filmmaker! The hotel features some great restaurants and a beautiful view over one of New York’s greatest attractions – the Gramercy Park.
Get to know the Gramercy Neighborhood
Gramercy Park is a 2 acre private park, and it is one of the main features of the Gramercy Park Historic District. As a visitor you can enjoy the sidewalks around the park because only residents who pay an annual fee are allowed in. Those of you who decided to stay at the Gramercy Park Hotel, are lucky enough to enjoy the 12 keys to the park.
Visit the Edwin Booth mansion designed by Stanford White. This is where the social Players Club was founded. In the Edwin Booth Mansion you can enjoy a stage readings night in what is called the “Pipe Nights” which honor the British Theater and create small events in this special club. Don’t miss out on the Irving Place where you can find many restaurants, bars and more. It also hold many events like foreign band concerts.
Gramercy neighborhood was and still is home to many celebrities like Julia Roberts and Uma Thurman, to name a few famous figures. Get more ideas what to do in New York and how to plan your perfect vacation in this wonderful city, and watch our video guides on nightlife, budget, family attractions and more.
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