Wanna live in Gramercy Park, with a coveted key to the private greenspace, in a building decorated with fierce gargoyles — and on the same floor as actor/producer Jim Parsons?
Parsons, a four-time Emmy Award winner, shared his COVID experience — including losing his sense of taste and smell — with “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, while promoting “The Boys in the Band,” currently on Netflix, last fall.
Parsons and his husband, graphic designer/art director Todd Spiewak, own four units at 36 Gramercy Park East, a stunning Gothic pre-war building, decorated with gargoyles and built in 1908.
Parsons and Spiewak bought their four units between 2011 and 2014, for a total of $8.35 million.
Now, a top-floor apartment in this stunning, landmarked 12-story building is on the market as a $9,500-a-month, fully furnished rental.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo is 1,288 square feet.
The unit opens to a foyer and features a living room with a fireplace, recessed lighting, an open chef’s kitchen with windows overlooking Gramercy Park — along with lots of closets and hidden storage.
We hear that reality TV star Tyler Whitman, of “Million Dollar Listing,” checked out the rental last December.
Building amenities include a doorman, gym and cold storage. The listing broker is Everett Smith, of Triplemint.
Originally published at https://nypost.com/2021/02/17/rare-unit-in-celeb-filled-36-gramercy-park-east-lists-for-9500-a-month/ on .