In the neighborhood:

Summer Streets Begins Saturday on Park Avenue South

Seven miles of NYC's streets open for people to play, run, walk, bike

Edith (before she became Edith Wharton), Harry and Lucretia Jones - 1877

Gramercy Park History:

Nineteenth Century Gramercy Park Residents

In 2006, renowned preservationist Dr. Eugene Weise gave a tour around Gramercy Park to celebrate the 175th anniversary of Samuel B. Ruggles' founding of the Park.

Dr. Weise  prepared a booklet with dates and photos of nineteenth century residents of Gramercy Park.

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A look back in GPBA history:

Improving Traffic on Gramercy Park

For two decades, GPBA has worked with NYC Department of Transportation (DOT), 13th Precinct, elected officials, Community Board No. 6, Trustees of Gramercy Park and area residents to improve traffic around the Park. Together we have enacted measures to improve traffic safety, reduce congestion, rehabilitate and maintain the streets around the Park.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors:

Happy Belated birthday to our friend Ian!
Ian attends the LearningSpring School (20th St & 2nd Ave) "a place for children on the autism spectrum to learn, to grow and to belong."   

He and his wonderful mom Susana have participated in many of our Neighbors Helping Neighbors projects.  

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