Gramercy Park

Cute shops, cool taverns, and one very special members-only park.

It may be in the middle of the Big Apple, but Gramercy feels private and secluded. Tree-lined streets converge at this neighborhood’s famously exclusive park—its gates remain locked unless you know someone (or are someone) who has a key. Although Gramercy’s green space isn’t open to everyone, the charming bars, bodegas, and cafes sprinkled throughout the surrounding neighborhood will gladly welcome your patronage.

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On the Map

Gramercy Park is within Manhattan and bordered by Flatiron District, Kips Bay, East Village, Alphabet City, Greenwich Village, and Union Square

JFK Airport: 30 minutes by cab without traffic
LaGuardia Airport: 20 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 17 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 20 minutes by subway

  • Public transit is Easy
  • Having a car is Difficult

The Good Life in Gramercy Park

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Getting Out in Gramercy Park

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Inside the Exclusive Garden

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Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:

Jacob Krupnick

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Jacob Krupnick is a director and photographer from Brooklyn. In 2011, he released the feature-length dance film "Girl Walk // All Day", a non-stop music video shot entirely in the streets of NYC. Since then, he’s spent his time creating one-of-a-kind, immersive screening experiences all over the world. Shooting for Airbnb was a great excuse for Jacob to wander the city with a camera in hand, thinking about what best defines the feel of a neighborhood.