The Edison Gramercy by Issac & Stern Architects

250 East 21st Street, a luxury boutique ground-up condominium building inspired by the European charm of the surrounding Gramercy neighborhood, announced the official commencement of closings and immediate occupancy. Referred to as The Edison Gramercy, the 54-unit building has also achieved an unprecedented sales velocity and is now 90% sold after launching earlier this year.

“This development caters to everything today’s savvy buyer is looking for. It is boutique with character, offers expansive interior living coupled with outdoor space, and provides thoughtful amenities, all within a celebrated neighborhood. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome our first residents home,” said John Gomes of The Eklund | Gomes Team at Douglas Elliman, the exclusive sales and marketing agents for the building.

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250 East 21st Street is a romantic Parisian-style building that evokes pre-war charm. A timeless limestone façade crowned by an iconic mansard roof designed by Issac & Stern Architects compliments the meticulously designed interiors by Paris Forino, which exhibit an equally impressive array of custom detailing.

The residences are enhanced with a suite of wellness and social amenities, including an enchanting array of secret gardens. Extending from the second floor to the rooftop, the amenity collection features a resident’s salon, fitness center, yoga garden and rooftop park akin to nearby Gramercy Park.

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Located at Second Avenue in the heart of the charming Gramercy neighborhood, the building is moments away from Gramercy Park, Union Square’s tech and transit hub as well as some of the city’s finest dining establishments, including ABC Kitchen and Gramercy Tavern.

Offering prospective buyers a first look inside the building, 250 East 21st Street will soon unveil a new spacious 2,468-square-foot four bedroom model residence with 316 square feet of private outdoor space furnished by ASH Staging, a division of AD100 firm ASH NYC. Source by The Edison Gramercy and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.

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