Inspired by the spirit of the great city of New York, The Gramercy Residences will be the first tower to rise at Century City.
This ultra-exclusive hyper-amenitized condo project takes its name from Manhattan's ultra-exclusive Gramercy Park, a fenced-in private park in New York City's most prestigious of neighborhoods, accessible only to the well-heeled residents of the buildings in the area who are assigned keys to the park. A sanctuary in the middle of the city's relentless pace, it echoes the New York of a quieter, gentler time. Here, at the turn of a key, is peace and quiet, a place to muse and reflect, read a newspaper or merely catch some sun. It is here that Cyrus Field conceived the Trans-Atlantic Cable, Mark Twain played pool, and an eight-year old John F. Kennedy chased the squirrels on a lazy afternoon.
It is the exclusivity, the history, and the central characteristics of Gramercy Park in New York, that has inspired in no small measure, the first urban icon set to rise in progressive Century City: The Gramercy Residences will feature interiors and aesthetics that evoke the Big Apple's unmistakable flair, and the exclusivity and style of its Manhattanite namesake.