280 Park Avenue South is a 27 story, 259 unit Condominium also known as Gramercy Place. The building was built for the New York Bank for Savings in 1894 and was designed in a traditional manner for such buildings by C. L. W. Eidlitz (who also designed the famous Times Tower in Times Square) The exterior of the tower, which is light colored is a typical yet beautiful example of a well modulated structure.
The lobby has soaring ceiling heights, displaying stunning pre-war teak and marble from when the building served as The New York Bank for Savings. In addition, the court/garden is faced with decorative walls also displaying beauty.
The Gramercy Place condominium features full-time doorman & concierge services, a recently renovated rooftop pool, Jacuzzi, and his/her locker rooms with sauna and steam access. Also featured are two well-maintained sundecks with stunning 360 degree views of Manhattan, along with a 24HR fitness club, a spectacular rear court children’s play garden, available basement and bike storage, and a card operated laundry facility.