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Gramercy Map, New York

Gramercy Park is bordered by East 34th Street to the north, First Avenue to the east, East 14th Street to the south and 5th Avenue to the west. Stuvesant Town is the eastern neighbor to Gramercy, and Murray Hill is the northern neighbor.     Flatiron District Detail Map
Gramercy Map
Flatiron Map
Parks    *click to see the detail information of the park.
1. Madison Square Park
2. Gramercy Park
3. Union Square Park
4. Stuyvesant Square
5. AsSer Levy Place
6. John. J. Murphy Park
Hotels    *click to see the detail information of the hotel.
1. Thirty Thirty Hotel New York
2. Clarion Hotel Park Avenue
3. The Carlton Hotel on Madison Avenue
4. Garshwin Hotel
5. Madison Hotel
6. Hotel Giraffe
7. Carlton Arms Hotel
8. Union Square Inn
9. Gramercy Park Hotel
10. Parkside Evangeline Residence
11. W Union Square
12. The Inn at Irving Place
13. Hotel 17
14. Park South Hotel
15. Marcel Hotel
16. American Dream Hotel
Landmarks    *click to see the detail information of the spot.
1. Flat Iron Building
2. Theodore Roosevelt Birth Place
3. National Arts Club

4. Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower
5. Arnold Constable Dry Goods Store
Church & Community    *click to see the detail information of the spot.
1. Marble Collegiate Church
2. Union Square Church
3. St. George's Church
4. Friend's Seminary & Meeting House
5. St. Mary's Church
Museum    *click to see the detail information of the museum.
1. Museum of Sex
2. Con Edison Energy Museum (Closed)
Musical and Cinema Theater    *click to see the detail information of the theater.
1. MoMA Film at The Gramercy Theatre
2. Daryl Roth Theatere
3. Union Square Theater
Night Spot    *click to see the detail information of the theater.
1. Jazz Standard
2. Tavaru
3. Punch
4. Flute
5. Old Town Bar
6. Pete's Tavern
7. Irving Plaza
8. Beauty Bar
1. City Opera Thrift Shop (second hands)
Restaurant    *click to see the detail information of the store.
1. Union Pacific (Fusion)
2. Union Square Café (American)
3. Blue Smoke (American)
3. i Trulli (Italian)
4. Blue Water Grill (American)
5. La Petite Auberge (French)
6. The Water Club (French)
7. Tamarind (Indian)
8. Curry in A Hurry (Indian)
9. Patria (Southern America)
10. T-Salon (Café)
11. America (Café)

Sightseeing Spot
Flatiron Building

W 32nd St. bet Broadway and 5th Avenue, just southern to Madison Square Park, standing on an isosceles triangle area. The narrowest width is only 2 meters and built in 1902 by D. Barnham.

Address : 175 5th Ave
Subway : N/R/W Line 23rd St.

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Theodore Roosevelt House

This site was the home of Theodore Roosevelt for the first fourteen years of his life. The building on the site is a 1923 reconstruction of the house in which Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:00am-5:00pm. There are tours on the hour until 4:00pm. Admission is $2. Located at 28 East 20th Street between Park Ave. and Broadway. Take the N, R, or 6 trains to 23rd Street.

Address : 28 E 20th St
Subway : 6 Line 23rd St.

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National Arts Club

The house where the formar New York State governor had lived in. The secret tunnel and iron door at the 1st floor shows his concern over the security.

Address : 15 Gramercy Park South
Subway : 6 Line 23rd St.

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Musem of SEX

The museum, so called MoSex, which exhibits sex related books, photography and movies from 19th century to the recent ara is located at 5th Avenue/27th Street. The 2nd floor is the exhibition floor which is categolized by the ara. The 1st floor is the museum shop.

Address : 233 5th Ave (27th St)
Subway : N/R Line 28th St
Hours : 11:00 - 6:30 PM, Saturday by 8:00 PM

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Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park was developed in the middle of 19th century, located on Lexington Ave. and 20th St., only permitted to enter for the residents and we can watch sculptures by Wyatt. The visitors staying at Gramercy Park Hotel can get into the park.

Address : Bet 20th and 21st Sts, at Lexington Ave
Subway : 6 Line 23rd St.

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Madison Square Park

The Madison Square park is bordered by Fifth and Madison Avenues and 23rd and 26th street. Since its rededication in 2001 this park is once again one of the most enjoyable parks in Manhattan. From anywhere in the park you have a great view on the surrounding architectural landmarks. The park is littered with mostly 19th century statues. At the southeast corner of the park is a statue of Senator Roscoe Conkling, who froze to death during the great 1888 blizzard. At the north end of Madison Square park is a 1880 statue, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. It depicts the Civil War admiral David Farragut. Between 1876 and 1882, the right arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty were on display in the park, in order to raise money for the construction of the statue.

Address : Bet 23rd and 26th Sts, 5th and Madison Aves
Subway : N/R/W Line 23rd St.

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Union Square Park

Famous with Green Market, filled with 70 shops, held four times in the week (Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat). You can buy some non familiar good quality vesitables or famous "Apple Sider" there.

Address :
Bet 14th and 17th Sts, Broadway/University Pl and Park, 4th Aves
Subway :
4/5/6/N/Q/R/W/L Line 14th St-Union Square Park

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