Explore our locations in New York

Our three locations at a glance

Gramercy Park

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XL Single
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Double
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Residency Dates
5/26/2022

8/6/2022

Lower East Side

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Single
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Double
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Residency Dates
5/15/2022

8/6/2022

Financial District

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Double as Single
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Double
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Triple
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Residency Dates
5/29/2022

8/13/2022

See our locations in New York

Financial District

A glimpse through your window brings jaw-dropping views of downtown Manhattan and far beyond. Step outside the residence and you’re in the buzzing energy of the world’s financial hub and the heart of New York City government. New York’s oldest, most majestic buildings dot the entire neighborhood. Head westbound to visit the NY Stock Exchange, the WTC, Battery Park and Staten Island Ferry. A fun walk east brings you to the historic East River and South Street Seaport. Trendy bars and restaurants abound for an enjoyable summer hangout. In the central plaza, there’s a festival-like parade of outdoor performers and events all summer long.

Gramercy Park

Snuggled just north of Greenwich Village, the Gramercy Park residence offers a luxurious, quiet break from New York’s hectic, high-octane lifestyle. With it’s classic story-book gated pocket park, manicured brownstones, and lush greenery, this residence puts one at ease. Fashionable restaurants, trendy hotels, and historic bars provide a buzzy evening scene with routine celebrity sightings! Nearby Irving Plaza is one of New York’s grand concert venues, hosting eclectic bands and overflow fun. Catch the local mass-transit bus or nearby subway and you’re on your way to midtown, work or anywhere in this rockin’ city.

Lower East Side

The Lower East Side is the perfect habitation for hipsters, artists and those with an aesthetic edge. The confluence of art, culture and culinary magic in this neighborhood channels through irresistibly chic boutiques, romantic cafes and trendy bars. There are many amazing locations within walking distance, such as Katz Deli, the Bowery Hotel and Williamsburg Bridge. As the oldest part of New York City, the Lower East Side offers a unique combination of turn-of-the-century fabric stores, the Orchard Street’s Lower East Side Tenement Museum and hip music venues. The area is chock-full of reasonably-priced shops and restaurants, including piping hot (and tasty) pizza at $3 a slice!

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