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WEB ID: 21701360

225 East 21st Street
Gramercy, Manhattan, NY 10010

for sale | Mixed Use Townhouse | Built in 1888

1 bath
$7,999,888
    • Annual Tax: $26,040.00

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About 225 East 21st Street, Gramercy, Manhattan, NY 10010

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Inspired by the rawness and rustication of stone and brickwork and the contrast between old and new, the layering of history are all important dimensions of the design. Despite the perceived impracticality, the threshold is an important spatial concept for the offerings architect who is drawn to the tension created by the juxtaposition of opposites. Throughout, one sees the old counterpoised with the new, the rust...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

key features

  • Central air
  • A Moat Drawbridge and Waterfall
  • Aged Materials and Aquired Patina
  • Mixed-Use Alternative
  • Open Air Roof Terraces
  • Rawness Rustication of Stone & Brickwork
  • Sundry Unalike Apertures
  • Ultimate Eccentric Lab Loft
  • Unique Venerable Building
  • Wide Plank Pine Stained Oak & Mirrored Acrylic Sheet Flooring
  • Wood Burning Fireplace
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    Gramercy

    What is the key to Gramercy’s alluring aura? It could be its central location within short distances of multiple subway and bus stops. Or maybe it has to do with the culture—the performing arts venues and the countless excellent restaurants found around every corner. Perhaps still, people are drawn by the history of famous residents, including icons of the stage, page, and screen. All are plausible, but everything comes back to the park in the end. Gramercy Park is literally held under lock-and-key, only accessible to those living in the immediately surrounding buildings, creating an unmistakable air of grandeur. However, it certainly helps that the exquisite townhouses and apartment buildings that border the renowned private square rise to meet its splendor, showing off celebrated 19th-century architectural styles. The Gramercy Park Historic District and local advocates help keep everything preserved, creating a neighborhood that feels the exact right amount of quaint.

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    about the building

    225 East 21st Street

    Mixed Use Townhouse in Gramercy

    3 Avenue And 2 Avenue

    • 3 UNITS
    • 3 STORIES
    • 1888 BUILT
    Corcoran logo

    about the building

    225 East 21st Street

    Mixed Use Townhouse in Gramercy

    3 Avenue And 2 Avenue

    • 3 UNITS
    • 3 STORIES
    • 1888 BUILT

    Building Sales History

    Sales History for 225 East 21st Street

    datepricelisting status
    05/10/2000$740,000Sold (asking: $1,300,000 -43.1%)

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    Total$38,507.99/Month
    • Principal & Interest$36,337.99
    • Property Taxes$2,170
    • Maintenance / Common Charges0
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