Neighbors Helping Neighbors:
Common Table Coordinator Doug Perry, GPBA President Arlene Harrison with Common Table volunteers.

Common Table Coordinator Doug Perry describes this program as an "old-fashioned church supper where everyone is invited, everyone is welcome."  

Every Thursday,  hot lunch is served to about 125 people in need. 

Drop off:
Tuesday, April 19th only,  8am-6pm
34 Gramercy Park East Doorman

Items needed:
Dried pasta Brown rice
Ground coffee Sugar
Canned chickpeas Canned black beans, kidney beans
Olive oil, vegetable oil Dried lentils
Canned tuna/chicken Canned tomatoes
Canned tomato sauce Chicken broth
Powdered milk Peanut butter
Jam / Jelly Ketchup
Mustard Hot sauce

Happy Birthday Samuel B. Ruggles!
Founder of Gramercy Park
Born April 11, 1800

Spring in Gramercy Park

Photos by Gramercy Park Neighbor Renowned Photographer Lois Conner
Uma Thurman's Gramercy Park Apartment for Sale

Gramercy Park Neighbors John & Susan Jackson started the  Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale in 2010

Their most recent conference (April 1-2) included Dr.  Henry Kissinger and other esteemed speakers.

Gramercy Park Neighbors Jonathan & Erika Bearman at  Friends of New Yorkers for Children event - NY Times Style Section 4/8    Read

Read about New Yorkers for Children, founded by Nicholas Scopetta "to improve the lives of youth in foster care"

Valuing the home of Stuart Little on Gramercy Park

With analysis by GPBA Board Member Sean Brady

Read article - scroll down to read about Gramercy Park

In the neighborhood:
Two long-time eateries permanently closed

In the neighborhood:
Twenty-story condo at corner of Third Ave and 21st St among "Top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC"

Historic Preservation:
New 18 Gramercy Park South planters and trees installed along Irving Place

Additional plantings of evergreens, perennials to be added in warmer weather

Gramercy Park Real Estate

38 Gramercy Park North

31 Gramercy Park South

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