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Original composition Gramercy is a welcome interlude to the busy hum of the rest of Manhattan. Culturally rich and pleasantly residential, its distinctive energy is fuelled by rooftop cocktail hours, upscale eateries, and historic homes like Stuyvesant Square North. Original wooden floors and 12-foot ceilings are grand and airy, while exposed bricks, cheery midcentury modern furnishings and black and white photographs are both stylish and chic. The open-plan sitting room is pretty in autumnal hues, and the textures are just as rich – all tapestry rugs, plush sofas and fluffy footstools. Play me a tune Your host is a singer-songwriter with an impressive guitar collection and a taste for entertaining friends, particularly on his home's sunny roof terrace and in his generously proportioned living space. ##Open mic night Stuyvesant Square Loft's aesthetic is a deft nod to the past, and from the dining room chairs to the sultry curves of the end table, you'll find a charming collection of midcentury touches. A pair of low-slung sofas face each other over a deep red rug, a retro wooden sound system surrounds an antique sideboard, and there’s even a guitar here for you to play, should you wish. The rooftop deck is perfect for a lofty serenade, and when the sun begins to fade you’ll find the bedroom is particularly cosy, with a pair of mustard chairs and teal headboard.