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Gramercy park

Every year, the masses are permitted a quick look inside the city's private park, provided these peasants will sing for their supper.
'The people who have keys to Gramercy Park are hated by all the rest of us because they have a private park. Fuck ‘em you know? Why should they have such a thing these days?'
'If it's based on 100-plus year law of course we should reassess it and make sure that equity is governing our decisions and not a broken tradition.'
Late on the night of December 2nd, 1934, a 22-year-old Indiana college student named William Pattison drove his car through the gates of Gramercy Park.
An investigation by Gothamist and WNYC suggests that the sweetheart deal that locks most New Yorkers out of Gramercy Park should be revisited.
More than 100 years ago, the Trustees of Gramercy Park defeated an attempt by the City to tax the gated, 2-acre lot by showing that their properties were worth 30% more. But is that still true?
The "doctor" apparently used a Dunkin' Donuts as a waiting room.
Abbi and Ilana tried their best to get into New York's most exclusive green space, but it turns out even saving a man's life doesn't warrant entry.
It was founded in 1889 by famous actor Edwin Booth, older brother to infamous John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated President Lincoln.
Sadly, the park's pristine sanctity is desecrated every 24th of December.
The shuttered Gramercy Park restaurant's owner is still in hiding, though her father said he has heard from her.
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