7 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10010
This terrific Condo building is located in close proximity to Gramercy Park.
Newly renovated apartments are offered for sale by the sponsor. Board approval not required.*
If you are interested in this building and do not see anything listed at this time, please fill out the inquiry form and we will be in touch as apartments become available.
*Rose Associates occasionally offers resale apartments where the Board has a right of first refusal.
|3A||1 BR||1 BA||$1,295,000||Immediate|
|3A||1 BR||1 BA||east|
This is a sponsor sale and does not require a board package or board approval. You a can move right in or rent it out right away. The is no sublet fee.
The apartment has a brand new windowed custom kitchen with all new stainless steel appliances, sleek new floor and back-splash tiles and an island that looks out to the dining area.
The living room faces beautiful Lexington Avenue and is across the street from the Gramercy Hotel and the beautiful Sage house, and from one of the living room windows you can see Gramercy park.
The large and sunny bedroom has a full wall of closets and wall of windows that looks out onto a calming courtyard.
In all there are five closets in the apartment including a large walk in near the home office area. The home office is right outside the new windowed bathroom which has also been completely renovated with new beautiful modern tiles and fixtures.
The Park Gramercy is located one block from the 6 train and just blocks from Union Square and Madison Square. The Gramercy Park area has some of the best restaurants, shopping and bars that Manhattan has to offer. The building has full time doorman,a central laundry room, a bike room and a roof deck. Pied -a- terres ok, pet -friendly and subletting ok.
Call me today for an appointment.
- 24-hour doorman
- Laundry on-site
- Mid-rise (12 floors)
- Art Deco Lobby
- Post-war (1948)
- Pet friendly
- 93 apartments
- Gramercy Park
- Union Square
- Park Avenue South
- Flatiron District
- Madison Square Park
- 6 Subway line
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