Manhattan Condo Living: Gramercy Starck : January 2010 Report

Eileen Hsu (許小姐) and Morgan Evans, the new generation of Real Estate Professionals. We specialize in Manhattan Condos, including: Resales, New Construction, Pre-Construction and Foreign Nationals buying Manhattan New York Condos. Contact us at (917)837-8869 or (646)644-6929 Today.

Gramercy Starck : January 2010 Report

Gramercy StarckGramercy Starck Condominium located at 340 East 23rd Street New York NY 10010 designed by world renowned designer Philippe Starck. Philippe Patrick Starck is a French Product designer and probably the best known designer in the New Design style. His designs range from spectacular interior designs to mass produced consumer goods such as toothbrushes, chairs, and even houses.

Gramercy Starck is a 21-story, 207 -unit development built in 2007. Philippe Starck designed the building’s interior and buyers could choose from three different styles for their apartments: nature, culture or classic.

At Gramercy Starck you will be greeted by the 24-hour doorman in the Starck designed entrance lobby. The second floor has the 3,000 square foot lounge where you will be able to relax in the library, watch your favorite movie in the screening room, entertain in the game room, or reserve the whole area for a party.  Open up the doors from the lounge to an over-sized landscaped outdoor deck.  The lower lobby houses the fitness room, saunas, storage, and laundry facilities.  If that's not enough go up to the roof deck and relax in one of the cabanas.

Why Rent at Gramercy Starck?

Gramercy Starck is one of those buildings that makes a statement. When you walk in and are face to face with the huge Renaissance portrait and standing underneath the mega-lampshade-chandelier you know where you are at. This isn't your cookie cutter rental building. The apartments are outfitted with high end appliances, washer/dryers in ALL of the the units, and full access to all of the amenities without any additional costs. Whether you are looking for a studio, 1-bed, 2-bed, 3 bed, duplex or penthouse we have the inventory and contacts to find you what you want.

You are looking at a Gramercy Starck 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment that is asking $4950/month for rent. This unit sits on the 16th floor of the building with completely unobstructed south facing views of Downtown Manhattan and even the Brooklyn Bridge

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Many of our foreign buyers and savvy investors have purchased multiple units in this high amenities building. We have sold one bedrooms, two bedrooms, skyhouses and penthouses. This is a building that was very well received by many European buyers especially by our Italian and French buyers. Their admiration for Philippe Starck extended to Starck's Real Estate creation.

To Read More about Gramercy Starck:

  1. Gramercy Starck Condominium Rental and Sales Experts
  2. Gramercy Starck Two Bedroom and Two Bathrooms Rental
  3. Gramercy Starck Rentals - January 2010 Report

If you are ready to see the Gramercy Starck to either buy or rent your own apartment, contact us today at morgan.evans(@)

For a complete list of the current apartments for sale or rent at Gramercy Starck or for condominium apartments for sale or rent in Downtown Manhattan call Morgan Evans or Eileen Hsu at (212)321-7122 or (917)837-8869 for further details.


Morgan Evans is a Licensed Real Estate salesperson in Manhattan New York specialize in neighborhoods such as: Greenwich Village, Soho, Union Square, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Chelsea, Midtown West, Midtown East, Nolita, Lower East side, Financial District in Manhattan. Morgan specialize in working with international buyer, high net worth buyers,  parents buying for children and investors buyers. Contact him today by calling (917)837-8869.
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Comment balloon 8 commentsMorgan Evans • January 21 2010 09:05PM


Morgan, The certainly look like spectacular places, I don't think I'd want to leave....EVER!  I can imagine the view from the 16th floor must be incredible.

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) about 10 years ago

Morgan, who pays the fees in the rentals down there, the landlord or the renter?

Posted by J. Philip Faranda, Broker-Owner (J. Philip Faranda (J. Philip R.E. LLC) Westchester County NY) about 10 years ago

And this makes the 3rd post I've seen from you and Eileen, showing bright, sunny, beautiful apartments.

Posted by Lisa Hill, Daytona Beach Real Estate (Florida Property Experts) about 10 years ago

Featured at Cond Benefits.

Posted by Will Nesbitt, Nesbitt Realty is a family-run brokerage. (Nesbitt Realty at Condo Alexandria) about 10 years ago

Carole-The higher floors at this building really do have great northern-Empire State Views and Southern-city view of lower Manhattan.

Phil-In a condominium building because we are dealing with individual owners and not a big management company, typically the renter pays the broker's fee's but ultimately it depends on where the negotiations take us.

Lisa-We do a good amount of business in this building and have brought in great photographers to really show the apartments to the best of their ability.

Will-Fantastic! Always ready and willing to provide a condo snapshot of whats going on in the Manhattan market.

Posted by Morgan Evans, LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON (Douglas Elliman Real Estate) about 10 years ago

Let's rent this out as soon as possible. I think the rental market is picking up as well as sales market here. Let's do it!

Posted by Eileen Hsu, LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON (Douglas Elliman Real Estate) about 10 years ago

Good reporting on the Gramercy condos in Manhattan, good to know the features and benefits of this place.

Posted by Sonny Kwan, 206-819-8228 (Quantum Group Commercial - Residential - Lease Seattle, WA ) about 10 years ago

It reminds me of something on South Beach, Miami. Very nice.


Posted by Marcia Hawken, Naples Luxury Specialist (WILLIAM RAVEIS ) about 10 years ago

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