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Catching up on the conversion of Cabrini Medical Center into Gramercy Square

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The hospital-to-luxury condo conversion unveils its sales gallery

Evan Joseph

The conversion of Gramercy’s former Cabrini Medical Center into high-end housing has been a long time in the making. Since sales launched across the four buildings in September, construction has been chugging along without much fanfare.

So what’s going on at the site? The only new ground-up condo building, named The Modern, at 230 East 20th Street has topped out at seven stories. Meanwhile, The Tower at 215 East 19th Street is getting its floor-to-ceiling windows (they’ve reached floor 17) and the stone cladding is just starting to be installed.

As for sales, the converted building at 225 East 19th Street, now known as The Prewar (yes, all the Gramercy Square buildings have exceedingly obvious names), has found buyers for 50 percent of its 54 condos. There are 223 condos to sell across the four buildings, and the marketing team has finally unveiled the sales gallery in which those deals are being made.

Kitchens at The Boutique have painted oak cabinetry and honed Calacatta marble countertops and backsplashes.
The Boutique’s master bathrooms are clad in Siberian Sunset marble.

Woods Bagot is behind the designs for the four buildings, whose unique kitchens and bathrooms are each modeled in the new sales gallery. The sales gallery also includes a model landscape that emulates the project’s private outdoor garden designed by M. Paul Friedberg & Partners. Each building lets onto the garden, and also has direct access to the Gramercy Club, the development’s 18,000-square-foot gym and amenity space.

Gramercy Square condos listed on StreetEasy range from a 686-square-foot studio at The Tower asking a lofty $1.4 million (or $2,040 per square foot) to a 4,731-square-foot four-bedroom, four and a half bathroom condo seeking $15.15 million (or $3,202 per square foot), also at The Tower. Peek inside the project, below.

Kitchens in The Tower come with Calacatta marble countertops and back splashes and stained wood cabinetry.
The Tower’s master bathrooms come with custom vanities, radiant heated flooring, and freestanding soaking tubs.
The Prewar’s kitchens are more ornate with white painted oak cabinetry and Venatino marble countertops and backsplashes.
At The Prewar, master baths come with Carrara marble-clad walls and mosaic flooring with radiant heat.
The Modern’s kitchens live up to the building’s name with white oak and white lacquer cabinetry and polished glass countertops and backsplashes.
Bathrooms in The Modern come with Bianco Dolomiti white marble-clad walls and radiant-heated floors.