Gramercy Park Real Estate Market Trends

Market Overview for April, 2024

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What is the median sale price and median price per sq ft in Gramercy Park?
In April, there were 0 residential transactions in Gramercy Park.

Gramercy Park Median Sale Price

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Top most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan

Gramercy Park median price compared with other neighborhoods in Manhattan

Property values in Gramercy Park are lower compared to the borough of Gramercy Park overall.

Gramercy Park median price compared with all the neighborhoods in Manhattan

Neighborhood Borough Median Sale Price
Hudson Yards Manhattan $6,925,000
SoHo Manhattan $4,800,000
TriBeCa Manhattan $3,425,000
NoHo Manhattan $2,700,000
NoLIta Manhattan $2,470,000
Carnegie Hill Manhattan $2,397,500
Hudson Square Manhattan $2,119,362
Chinatown Manhattan $2,027,500
NoMad Manhattan $1,825,000
Garment District Manhattan $1,800,000
Lincoln Square Manhattan $1,650,000
Central Midtown Manhattan $1,595,000
Upper West Side Manhattan $1,450,000
Battery Park City Manhattan $1,360,000
West Village Manhattan $1,337,090
Central Park South Manhattan $1,325,000
Flatiron District Manhattan $1,280,000
Chelsea Manhattan $1,187,500
Theatre District - Times Square Manhattan $1,170,000
Lenox Hill Manhattan $1,135,000
Financial District Manhattan $1,095,000
Sutton Place Manhattan $977,520
Greenwich Village Manhattan $970,000
Gramercy Park Manhattan $918,750
Yorkville Manhattan $885,000
Morningside Heights Manhattan $860,000
Clinton - Hell's Kitchen Manhattan $835,000
Lower East Side Manhattan $831,875
Kips Bay Manhattan $812,625
Turtle Bay Manhattan $805,000
Murray Hill Manhattan $770,000
Manhattan Valley Manhattan $710,000
Two Bridges Manhattan $695,888
East Village Manhattan $672,500
Harlem Manhattan $662,500
East Harlem Manhattan $523,750
Tudor City Manhattan $436,000
Washington Heights Manhattan $399,000
Inwood Manhattan $334,000

Residential Properties Sold in Gramercy Park

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Coops - - - - 0
Houses - - - - 0

There was no statistically significant data for the period of April in Gramercy Park.

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Gramercy Park Neighborhood Guide

Despite its location in the middle of Manhattan, and the fact that it has incredible transportation options to the rest of the city, Gramercy Park has a comforting, serene vibe. Trees line the streets, charming bodegas can be found on virtually every corner, and unique cafes are sprinkled throughout this neighborhood. Native New Yorkers say that Gramercy is the only place in the country that has remained unchanged for 80 years, and while that might be an exaggeration, visiting or living in this quaint neighborhood does feel like taking a step back in time.

Architecture and landmarks

Gramercy Park Historic District is located directly in the middle of Gramercy Park and is one of only two private parks in all of New York City. Only residents around the park who pay their annual fee have access to a key and the general public is not allowed in. A portion of this neighborhood is referred to as "Block Beautiful" due to the many architectural styles and the pristine buildings. This area is truly a collage of architecture where you're as likely to see a townhouse with a huge back yard as you are to see a small apartment - and don't forget the largest private house, a 42-room mansion built in 1845 on the southern edge of the Park.


Within the neighborhood itself, Gramercy Park has two subway stations, served by the 4, 5, and 6 trains. In nearby Union Square Park, passengers can catch the N, Q, and R trains, and the L train route runs through the southern border of the neighborhood. There are numerous bus routes throughout the area.


Gramercy Park is home to several public high schools, among them Washington Irving High School, School of the Future and the Gramercy Arts High School. P.S. 40 and J.h.s. 104 are the zoned primary and middle schools, respectively. There are numerous private schools the American Sign Language and English School. High-functioning autistic children can attend the Learning Spring School, a private school funded by the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative.


Beth Israel Medical Center is the main hospital in the area, and the Hospital for Joint Diseases, which is part of the NYU Medical Center is nearby, as is the NY Eye and Ear Infirmary. Gramercy Park is also close to a series of medical practices known as "hospital row" on 23rd Street and First Avenue.


Part of the 13th Precinct, Gramercy Park recorded 21.96 crimes per 1,000 residents in 2015. Gramercy Park Block Association monitors safety to increase street lamps, police patrols, and other safety needs.

Things to do

Gramercy Park is decidedly lacking in tourist attractions by design. Residents appreciate the laidback, quiet lifestyle in this neighborhood but that doesn't mean there aren't delicious eateries, shopping, and nightlife. Danny Meyer and Todd English are just two of the world-renowned chefs who've opened up restaurants in Gramercy, and the neighborhood's close proximity to the Flatiron District make it a popular spot to stop for a happy hour drink after work.

The closer you get to Union Square, the more bustling and busy Gramercy Park is. There you'll find a diverse shopping hub with national chains alongside niche boutiques. The parks are really what make this neighborhood special though. No matter where you are, a park is only a block or two away and there are benches adorning most side streets. With so much to see in the intricate architecture and idyllic landscaping, it's possible to spend an entire day just taking in the sights.

Residents who buy a membership get access to the super-exclusive Gramercy Park Historic District, which is one of only three private parks in the state and one of two in the city of New York. The neighborhood is served by the Epiphany branch of the New York Public Library on East 23rd Street and famous residents have long been a part of this neighborhood's scene - John Steinbeck, Julia Roberts, and Uma Thurman are just a few examples.