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Gramercy - Union Square

Gramercy - Union Square

Surrounding a small private park (buildings and brownstones actually facing the gated park have keys), Gramercy - the entire neighborhood is an historic district - feels almost like a small village in the heart of the City. Despite its elaborate brownstones, Victorian style architecture that rivals the London originals and oversized, elegant apartments on quiet narrow streets, the neighborhood offers a diverse and vibrant nightlife in the form of city-renowned restaurants, live music and local late night bars and clubs in addition to the five-star Gramercy Park Hotel.

Add another star for central location: Bounded by 14th Street to the south, First Avenue to the east, 23rd Street to the north, and Park Avenue South to the west, Gramercy is within walking distance to the offices of Midtown, the shops of NoHo, SoHo and points south as well as the nightlife of the of East and West Village. 

There are at least five subway lines within a short walk of the park. The nearby Flatiron District - named for the narrow, corner-defining Flatiron building at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway - became one of the City's more exciting areas in the last century. And Union Square is nearby, with its well-loved farmers' market and constant ebb and flow of colorful city life.

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