Gramercy Park, New York Photos

Gramercy Park is a private park in New York City to which only residents of surrounding buildings have the key. The park close to Madison & Union Squares hosts a statue of actor Edwin Booth, brother of Lincoln's assassin John Wilkes Booth. The townhouses around the park's perimeter add charm to the site.

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Gramercy Park with statue of Edwin Booth. New York, NY.60 & 50 Gramercy Park North by John Pawson & Metropolitan Life tower beyond. New York, NY.60 Gramercy Park North Building & Metropolitan Life tower beyond. New York, NY.Brick row houses along western side of Gramercy Park. New York, NY.
Gramercy Park with statue of Edwin Booth (1833-93). New York, NY.60 (with eagle) & 50 Gramercy Park North (17 floors) by John Pawson & Metropolitan Life tower beyond. New York, NY.60 Gramercy Park North Building (1929) (16 floors) & Metropolitan Life tower beyond. New York, NY. Architect: Emery Roth.Brick row houses along western side of Gramercy Park. New York, NY.
Iron fence & row houses of Gramercy Park. New York, NY.Samuel J. Tilden House. New York, NY.Building on Gramercy Park South beside National Arts & Letters Club. New York, NY.
Iron fence & row houses of Gramercy Park. New York, NY.Samuel J. Tilden House (now National Arts & Letters Club) (c1885) (14-15 Gramercy Park South). New York, NY. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Calvert Vaux. On National Register.Building on Gramercy Park South beside National Arts & Letters Club. New York, NY.

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