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The Story of Gramercy Park 1831-1921

Written by John B. Pine, Trustee of Gramercy Park and President of the Gramercy Park Association

"In 1912 the Gramercy Park Association was organized by residents and others interested to preserve and maintain the residential character of the neighborhood of Gramercy Park and to promote the interests and comfort of the property owners and residents of the neighborhood."

It is the Gramercy Park Block Association that now continues this mission.

We have digitized this out of print book for our Gramercy Park archives. 

Trustees of Gramercy Park:

Tree and Shrub Maintenance - Park Closed


Today Bartlett Tree Experts are in the Park for deep root fertilization on the shrubbery.

They are air spading the roots and balancing the soil around the magnolia tree near the shed, and have widened the area around the tree by 3'. The tree is stressed but the roots are alive. Hopefully the tree will be saved.

They will also select five trees and expose the root flare.  Tomorrow they will deep fertilize the lawns. 

Whenever there are trucks in the Park during work projects, the Park will be closed.


Gramercy Park Neighbor:

Edwin Fancher, founder of The Village Voice


First issue: October 26, 1955
Ceased publication: August 31, 2018

NY Times: Seven Ways The Village Voice Made New York a Better Place


Correction:

Real Estate
Nineteen story mixed-use building to replace Dunkin Donuts building at 200 E 20th St at 3rd Ave

210 ft tall
68,200 sq ft 
52 condo apartments
2,700 sq ft commercial space

Last week, the link to the article was omitted. See below.


Real Estate:

Artist James Turrell's sleek Gramercy Park home returns to market




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