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The Boutique at Gramercy Square, 220 East 20th Street

Between Second Avenue & Third Avenue

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

This 8-story building at 220 East 20th Street in the Gramercy Park section of Midtown East was erected in 1920 as part of the Cabrini Medical Center complex that closed in 2008 and was converted in 2016 to an 8-unit residential condominium project as part of the four-building Gramercy Square complex by The Chetrit Group, which is headed by Joseph Chetrit, Clipper Equity, which is headed by David Bitricer, and the Reed Property Group.

It is known as The Boutique at Gramercy Square.

The 223-unit Gramercy Square complex occupies 1.4 acres in the middle of the block bounded by Third and Second avenues and 19th and 20th Streets.

It includes three other buildings: the 10-story Tower at 215 East 19th Street that contains 130 condo apartments, the 9-story Prewar at Gramercy Square at 225 East 20th Street that contains 48 condo apartments, and the new Modern at 7-story 230 East 30th Street that contains 37 condos.

Woods Bagot is the architect for the new building and the three conversions.

The complex has almost half an acre of landscaped grounds with a solarium and the courtyard has been designed by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners.

The hospital complex was founded in 1892 in Greenwich Village by Frances Xavier Cabrini, who was subsequently canonized, and was known as Columbus Hospital.  It relocated to 20th Street in 1895.

A hospital building on the northwest corner of the complex’s site that contain its emergency room was removed and replaced by gardens.

Bottom Line

This attractive, mid-rise building at Gramercy Park offers only full-floor apartments and has an entrance marquee and broad windows.

Description

This simple and plain but attractive, mid-rise building has a partially setback top floor, an entrance marquee, sidewalk landscaping and board windows.

Amenities

The complex has The Gramercy Club, which is run by La Palestra and has 18,000-square-feet of amenities with direct access from all four buildings.  The amenities include a dining room with a catering kitchen, a gym and a 75-foot-long swimming pool, a bicycle room, a valet, a children’s playroom, a golf simulator and storage.  Each building will have a 24-hour doorman.

Apartments

Apartments on the 2nd through the 7th floor are four-bedroom units with 1,377 square feet with 8-foot-wide entry foyers that leads to an 18-foot-long, open kitchen with an island adjoining a 44-foot-long great room.

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