Straddling the borders of Gramercy Park and Kips Bay this is an enviably Central location in a neighbourhood that feels out of town. Gramercy Park is a unique part of New York City, aspects of which have remained relatively untouched for over a century. Extremely safe and quiet; the region takes its name from the two acre rectangular private park at its heart. The park is accessible only to the inhabitants of the 60 lots that surround it. Gramercy Park was described by Charlotte Devree in the New York Times as “a Victorian Gentlemen that refuses to die”. Just a block away in any direction and you’re back to reality with lively bars and world class fine dining, so why not enjoy a stroll around this pretty and prim district. Kips Bay is a low-key casual part of a town that is miraculously serene despite its proximity to bustling Midtown. Perhaps it’s the breeze from the East River, or the omnipresent peak of the Empire State Building; whatever it is, Kips Bay has a quiet confidence and a very warm welcome.