Parisian-inspired The Edison Gramercy is one of the city’s hottest new addresses.
Penthouse residences offer plenty of space to live lavishly.
Just steps from Gramercy Park lies The Edison Gramercy: New York’s buzziest new luxury residential development. Developed by Urban Development Partners and with elegant architecture by Issac & Stern Architects, it’s no wonder 50% of the residences sold less than one month after sales launched. So what’s the buzz all about?
Inside the stately structure on the corner of 21st Street and Second Avenue are 54 boutique abodes ranging from studios to four-bedroom condos, many with sweeping Juliette balconies. The space is luxurious, indeed, but what sets it apart is its regal Parisian influence. “We’ve recently been seeing a trend of people gravitating toward boutique buildings, and we wanted to create a project that captures the essence of elegant Parisian style in a romantic location,” says Fredrik Eklund, who is leading sales for the building.
Abodes at The Edison Gramercy are complemented by luxe wellness and social amenities, including a handful of secret gardens that blur the line between indoor and outdoor living.
With world-renowned luxury interior design and decorating firm Paris Forino Design’s expertise, The Edison Gramercy exudes that enhancing Parisian charm. Residences are appointed with sleek finishes and custom kitchens by Paris Forino, custom millwork cabinetry and custom bathroom vanities designed by Paris Forino. Likewise, 10-foot-high ceilings and oversized custom windows maximize city views and flood the space with natural light. Residents also have access to two expertly manicured rooftop parks that overlook the Clock Tower and Empire State Building; the Residents’ Salon, which opens to a yoga garden and can be reserved for private events; and the fitness center complete with a curated selection of equipment.
The Edison Gramercy is no doubt one of the hottest addresses in the city right now, especially as buyers continue to seek out spaces with bespoke features and next-level luxury. As Eklund puts it, “The Edison Gramercy truly offers everything buyers are looking for.” From $1.2 million, 250 E. 21st St., The Eklund|Gomes Team at Douglas Elliman