Talk about history and charm. Sage House was built in 1913 as the home of the Russell Sage Foundation, the philanthropic organization named in honor of the railroad tycoon, politician, and Wall St. financier. Converted to a Co-op in 1986, the building still reflects the history and brilliance of its past use, shown in the cathedral-style ceilings in the lobby and details of the residences. The building is kept in impeccable condition by the full-time staff including a 24 hour doorman, and a live in super. Each unit is very different, and renovations vary. The street is quiet and peaceful, just steps from Gramercy Park, and the trendy Gramercy Park Hotel.

Address: 4 Lexington Avenue
Neighborhood: Gramercy Park
Type: Co-Op
Style: Mid-Rise
Service: Full Service
Size: 15 Floors, 166 Apartments


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