The beautiful cast-iron verandas on this pair of houses are attributed to Alexander Jackson Davis, one of the most highly respected architects of the early nineteenth century. Although they suggest New Orleans or Charleston, here in New York they have become symbols of Gramercy Park itself. Across the street in the park is an apartment house for birds, purple Martins specifically, an amenity once found in every park in the city.
3 AND 4 GRAMERCY PARK WEST NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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