In Gramercy Park sits the first co-op building in Manhattan. 121 Madison Avenue, designed by renowned architects Philip G. Hubert and James W. Pirrson, is a pre-war luxury building that has a distinctive red brick and brownstone facade and gives the feel of Old New York elegance with its interior design. It stands 13 stories high with 127 units.
Each of these apartments are designed in a duplex scheme, positioning most of the bedrooms above the living space. They feature high ceilings, and selected units have fireplaces and private terraces as well. The gourmet kitchens are appointed with granite counter tops and the marble bathrooms have dual sinks and a soaking tub.
Although units with private balconies are limited, there is a common roof deck where residents can enjoy the neighborhood views. 121 Madison Avenue is additionally pet-friendly and has other amenities like a laundry room and laundry services, a concierge, and a doorman.
Its location in the heart of Gramercy Park makes it easy to access various means of transportation like subway lines. It is also close by to dining and shopping areas.