233 East 17th Street - Gramercy Park
Landmark 17, located on 233 East 17th Street in Gramcery Park, is a traditional prewar condominium that has been packed full of modern, 21st-century appliances with a fine innovative finish, designed to welcome home the most hardened of urban workers into a comfortable environment.
The apartments have some of the finest materials within them, including natural white oak flooring throughout, central air and radiator heating. Some of the apartments have individual outdoor spaces that include showers, gas BBQs, wood roof decks and concrete pavers.
Direct park views can be seen from the oversized windows in each apartment, while wood-burning fireplaces continue the home comfort themes running throughout the building. Bathrooms are decorated with Mayorca polished limestone walls, San Remy limestone floors, and floating vanities, double sinks, marble counters and stainless steel backsplashes.
Appliances in the kitchens are from such brands as Sub-Zero, Viking, and Neptune, with cabinetry by Poggenpohi.
The penthouses at Landmark 17 are remarkable ,as they have glass ceilings with private outdoor spaces that include hot tubs. These special units are also warmed by white oak flooring throughout and eight-foot interior doors.
The greatest amenity that Landmark 17 has to offer is its wonderful location. Gramercy Park is close to some fine examples of New York shopping and eateries and is close to a vibrant nightlife, the Beth Israel Medical Center, and the beautiful sights of Stuyvesant Square.
- Direct Park Views
- Glass Ceilings in Penthouses
- Great Subway Connections
- High Ceilings
- Prime Gramercy Park Location
- Private Outdoor Space with Hot Tubs
- Private Roof Deck
- No Fitness Center
- No Garage
- No Pool
- Baruch College
- Hunter College
- Pasific College of Oriental Medicine
- School of Visual Arts
- The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art
- Gramercy Park
- Madison Square Park
- Stuyvesant Square
- Union Square Park
- Trader Joe's
- Whole Foods
- Empire State Building
- Theodore Roosevelt House