New York’s newest luxury development, The Edison Gramercy, has achieved a monumental milestone, having now reached 50% of its residences sold in less than a month since sales launched. Located at 250 East 21st Street, The Edison Gramercy is conveniently located in one of the city’s most iconic and famous neighborhoods, just minutes from Gramercy Park and close to the Union Square transit and technology hub.

The Edison Gramercy is home to a limited collection of 54 boutique studios to four-bedroom condominiums
residences ranging in price from approximately $925,000 to over $6 million. The new residences have
received an extremely positive reception following the commercial launch in early April, with 27 contracts

“We are thrilled with the level of commitment and success we have received for this exquisite
goods. We have recently noticed a tendency for people to turn to boutique buildings and we
wanted to create a project that captures the essence of elegant Parisian style in a romantic location,”
says Fredrik Eklund, who leads the building’s sales. “The Edison Gramercy really offers everything
our buyers are looking for.

The Edison Gramercy features enchanting Parisian style and an exquisite level of bespoke design, with
interiors designed by Paris Forino Design, a world-renowned luxury interior design and decoration agency,
and with model residences designed by AD100 ASH NYC. Issac & Stern Architects, a prolific New York-based architectural firm, designed the building’s elegant exterior architecture and
pattern. The home collection is complemented by a suite of wellness and social amenities, including a
a carefully designed residents’ lounge and yoga garden, a sun terrace, a rooftop terrace inspired by Gramercy Park,
and fitness center.

Current availability at The Edison Gramercy includes one- to four-bedroom homes starting at just over $1
million. Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Douglas Elliman’s Eklund|Gomes team are the exclusive sales and marketing agents for the property.

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