Uma Thurman just can't stay away from Gramercy Park. The Observer spotted new public records showing that the actress scooped up a 1 bedroom co-op on the eighth floor of 1 Lexington Avenue, the building where she used to live with ex-husband Ethan Hawke. Thurman paid $1.55 million for the unit, which comes with a key to Gramercy Park. The four-room pad wasn't listed publicly, but the old listing says the apartment is "the marriage of old world elegance and modern convenience." The living room has "museum quality built-in shelving," and the windowed kitchen has "a charming Dutch door."