The Grand Madison
225 5th Avenue - Flatiron / NoMad
The Grand Madison is a recent conversion located in Manhattan’s once-popular Gramercy Park. Apartments in the Grand Madison have all the traditional luxury of a Manhattan condo. This includes luxury hardwood flooring through, a balcony, high ceilings and oversized windows.
The fully equipped kitchen features the popular Poggenpohl appliance line. The apartments boast washers and dryers in the units. The bathroom is decked out with marble walls and floors, with a separate glass-encased shower and deep soaking bathtub. The Grand Madison is truly trying to bring back some of the class and luxury that made Gramercy Park so popular in the late nineteenth century.
The Grand Madison borders Madison Square Park and is just down the road from the Flatiron Building. The area was once regarded with negativity in terms of location and safety, as the 1990s proved hard on the park, causing it to fall to disrepair. Recent efforts have proved fruitful in terms of cleaning the area up. The City Parks Foundation was successful in restoring the Flatiron District to its former glory.
A number of amenities round out the benefits of owning a Grand Madison apartment. This new construction in New York offers a 24-hour doorman and concierge to help ensure residents’ needs are met at any time of day. A rooftop deck, courtyard and landscaped interior courtyard atrium provide ample access to nature and outdoor relaxation. With individual storage units and video security, residents can feel safe in their units. The amenities are completed with a health club and fitness center. The fitness center is relatively small but boasts some of the best equipment on the market today.
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- 24-hour Doorman and Concierge
- Good Public Transportation
- Great Subway Connections
- Landscaped Interior Courtyard Atrium
- Overlooks Madison Square Park
- Many Apartments
- No Garage
- Small Fitness Center
- Some Traffic
- Baruch College
- Fashion Insitute of Technology
- Hunter College
- NYU School of Medicine
- Pasific College of Oriental Medicine
- School of Visual Arts
- Gramercy Park
- Madison Square Park
- Trader Joe's
- Whole Foods
- Empire State Building
- Theodore Roosevelt House