Madison Square Park Tower

The residences at 45 East 22nd Street are perfectly positioned in one of the most iconic and culturally sophisticated neighborhoods in Manhattan - the Flatiron District at Madison Square Park. Transforming the downtown skyline, the soaring tower is a sculptural glass silhouette standing at sixty-five stories rising seven hundred and seventy seven feet in the sky. The striking exterior, crafted by the world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, wraps around modern, elegant interiors designed by the celebrated Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.
The tower features a 75-foot-wide granite base that fits harmoniously within the tree-lined block and marks a sense of arrival before ascending to eighty-three residences. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a dramatic cityscape that includes the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, the clock tower at 1 Madison Avenue, World Trade Center, the Hudson and East Rivers, and Madison Square and Gramercy Parks
The collection of amenities throughout five floors consists of a fitness center with boxing and private training suite, golf simulator, basketball court, children's playroom, library, billiards, cards room, terrace with outdoor grill, and two gracious entertaining spaces including the Upper Club on the fifty-fourth floor.

For more information, please contact our office: 212-321-7154


45 East 22nd Street, New York, New York, 10010

The Neighborhood


Only steps away from bustling East Village is the peaceful hideaway of Gramercy Park. This London-inspired neighborhood, with its beautiful brownstones, lush greenery, and secluded streets, offers a sense of tranquility you wouldn't expect from central Manhattan. The coveted gem of the neighborhood is Gramercy Park: New York City's only truly private park. These historical grounds are so exclusive that only a privileged few are trusted with keys to the park's locked gates—an honor reserved for owners of Gramercy Park real estate. From elegant, historic townhomes, to fully-restored luxury condo high-rises, the homes surrounding the park are offered nearly priceless access to one of Manhattan's most exclusive enclaves.

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