About Gramercy Park
Gramercy Park a small park situated in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It is the only private park in New York City, and one of only two in the entire state. For entry to the park, fee-paying locals are granted access and a key. There is a wide choice of eateries in the vicinity, with cuisines to suit all palates. The Flatiron District and the East Village are in close proximity to Gramercy Park, both of which are home to a variety of businesses. Independent coffee shops can be found around the park, and the surrounding area is perceived to be quiet and safe. There are all the amenities that one would expect from a central New York City location situated within walking distance of Gramercy Park.
Setting up your business here
There are a wide range of businesses and industries that enjoy their Gramercy Park location. These include both small and medium sized companies. Film companies, however, are not allowed to shoot in the park, due to its private status. Businesspeople are afforded ample networking opportunities in the vicinity. Public transport around Gramercy Park is easily accessed and offers links throughout New York City.
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Things to do in Gramercy Park
Gramercy Park is surrounded by unique attractions to enjoy and explore, including the Ukrainian Museum, which offers an insight into the Eastern European country. The Rubin Museum of Art is also popular with both tourists and locals. Union Square is a short walk from Gramercy Park, and is an ideal place to relax at lunchtime or have a picnic in at the weekend. The East River is also nearby, providing a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Both NoHo and Murray Hill are in close proximity, and they each house a range of amenities and exciting things to do and see. Maialino is a popular Italian restaurant in the vicinity, and many professionals frequent this eatery, and Yama serves delicious Japanese dishes to its customers. Black Bear Lodge is a sports bar, favored by the locals, and Plug Uglies brings some Irish charm to the Manhattan bar scene.
- Subway: 13th Avenue Station
- Railway: 14th Street Station
- Nearest freeway: I-495
- Nearest airports: LaGuardia Airport, Newark Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby