BRIGHT AND STUNNING DOUBLE FLOOR PENTHOUSE WITH PRIVATE ROOFDECK
24,000 SQUARE FEET OF PRE-WAR LOFT OFFICE
IDEAL FLAGSHIP OFFICE FOR ANY BURGEONING BUSINESS
GREAT VIEWS IN ALL DIRECTIONS
The distinctive ivory tower boasts a NeoGothic style with elaborate stonework façade. 250 Park Avenue South, also known as Gramercy Park Plaza, was designed by architects Rouse & Goldstone and built in 1911. The building features an elegantly restored lobby that is highlighted by a tall, vaulted ornate ceiling and decorative moldings. The 130,000 square foot building also offers a concierge, 24/7 access, video monitors, new thermo-pane windows and tenant-controlled A/C.
The Flatiron District/Union Square/Gramercy Park neighborhood is celebrated for its top-notch restaurants, diverse retailers, excellent universities and hospitals, and several of the city’s more popular parks.