Penthouse Devon   Gramercy Park, New York
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Apartment Devon is a Triplex Penthouse with a massive skylight with a jaw-dropping 1500 SF of outdoor space at the crossroads of Union Square and Flatiron.

The enviable 4 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half bath home has undergone a complete, meticulous gut renovation from top to bottom. The wow factor starts inside with its sun-drenched ambiance and top-of-the-line features and finishes, like wide plank floors, a gas fireplace, exposed brick and floating glass staircases, plus the convenience of central air, a laundry room, and a Control 4 smart technology system controlling the entire apartment. On the first level, you'll find 1 of 2 gorgeous master bedrooms with an en-suite bath and walk-in closet, a den or sitting area and 2 guest bedrooms. The second floor is divine for relaxing or entertaining with its spacious living room, dining room, and wonderful stainless kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. On the third level awaits more luxurious surprises: a second master suite with en-suite bath and walk in, and a roomy entertainment area with huge glass doors that open to the breathtaking terrace, and a projector so you can watch indoor/outdoor movies.

Beyond your dreams is the rooftop level with its own private heated pool, kitchen, and bathroom for the ultimate enjoyment. It also includes a new lobby, new keyed elevator, and installation of a new doorman with 24-hour video surveillance and a remotely-controlled locker in the lobby for deliveries. The neighborhood is also exceptional with great shopping, dining, attractions, and parking right outside your door.


  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Dining Room
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry
  • Private Elevator
  • Smart Home
  • Exterior
  • Loungers
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor Heated
  • Terrace Rooftop
    • Location
    • City View

Gramercy Park

Perhaps best known for the famous locked park for which only residents and hotel guests have keys, the Gramercy Park area also more or less extends to Union Square Park, the famous Flatiron Building, and the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt. The league-average hood is mostly bereft of bars and restaurants despite being rebranded as the more fashionable