In historic Stuyvesant Square stands 233 East 17th Street, a landmarked New York City luxury condominium. Landmark 17 is a pre-war condominium conversion that serves as a unique example of Gothic architecture restored to its original splendor. This Gramercy Park luxury condominium is a study in contrasts. Landmark 17's historic exterior maintains and restores this luxury condo's classic charms while the interior design of each apartment boasts distinctly modern flair.
The luxurious condominiums at Landmark 17 feature oversized windows that offer residents views of lovely Gramercy Park. Select condominiums have large outdoor spaces with showers, barbecue areas, and wood decks. Kitchens at Landmark 17 boast custom-made cabinetry, marble countertops, and high-end stainless steel appliances from Sub-Zero and Viking, while the bathrooms at Landmark 17 are designed with limestone radiant heat flooring as well as limestone walls and large tubs.
This 19th century pre-war condominium conversion offers amenities that are rooted firmly within the 21st century. Landmark 17 has a part-time doorman as well as abundant storage space for residents. Pet owners will also be excited to learn that Landmark 17 is a building friendly to their animal companions. With an exterior that recalls the classic Manhattan of years past and interiors that are fit for today's modern lifestyle, Landmark 17 is a one-of-a-kind Gramercy Park condominium.