Big City Stuff . . . Small Town Place - Gramercy Lofts
FAQ   Frequently asked questions
What is Gramercy Lofts? Gramercy Lofts is a new residential living concept for Bartlesville and will offer a fresh market segment of choice for those looking to own their home, yet have the freedom that comes with a managed community. The addition of on-site fitness gym along with a dry sauna, pool and clubhouse gathering room will provide owners the sort of choices usually reserved for larger metropolitan areas.
What will Gramercy Lofts look like and what kind of features can I expect? The forty unit condominium community styled after the townhomes common in New York City 150 years ago are sometimes called Brownstones for the specific type of brown cut sandstone used on the exteriors. Our adaptation will be blended from local materials including brick, stone and stucco, but will still retain the side-by-side townhome style concept. There is actually a gated community in Manhattan called Gramercy Park, which derives it's name from the Dutch Krom Moerasje meaning "little crooked swamp". The private fenced 2 acre neighborhood is referred to in John B. Pine's 1921 book, The Story of Gramercy Park: ...Gramercy Park represents one of the earliest attempts in this country at city planning." The interiors will be coordinated by our first class design staff and will include hardwood floors in selected 2nd floor living spaces, granite kitchen counters, granite bathroom vanity counters, Low E & argon windows, full-size washer and dryer room arrangements, covered 1st floor rear patios, covered 2nd floor front balconies in selected units, and a unique townhome exterior style that will give each unit a differentiated feel by blending exterior elements of columns, brick, stone and stucco. Residences will have a front covered entry doors alongside a front garage door.
Where is Gramercy Lofts located? one block west of highway seventy five on Stonewall Drive addressed as 2007-2031 Nova Ave
What floorplans are available? We have designed eight units of varying size and amenities and named them for places in and around New York City. These units will be called Soho Flat, Brooklyn Flat, Brooklyn Loft, Hudson Square, Central Park, Gramercy Loft, Greenwich Village and Union Square.
Will I be able to select my own interiors? Each unit will be decorated in one of four color palettes to appeal to a variety of tastes and styles. The first is called Weathered Urban, an eclectic blend of distressed black trim and doors along with dark stained alder cabinets and urban style brushed nickel hardware and light fixtures. The second is called Cool Midwestern,which will be a relaxed, cool silver-toned wall color with crisp white moldings and doors and Spiced Walnut stained maple cabinets. The third is called Clean Linen, featuring a modern twist with very light and bright walls, soft white painted moldings, stained knotty alder cabinets & chrome fixtures. The fourth is called Old Town, which will feature oil rubbed bronze fixtures and hardware, creamy umber distressed moldings, stained alder or maple cabinets and warm, inviting wall hues.
What contractor/builder is responsible for construction and what warranty is available?
The Taylor Homes Group is the general contractor, who has been deeply invested in our community, building quality homes since 1958. With a commitment to energy efficiency and sound construction practices, homeowners will experience the benefits of low utility costs as well as a THG quality residence. We take pride in our work and will follow up on all warranty requests.
Are these residences energy efficient?  Here are some of the energy saving features built into these residences: Low E; argon windows, dual unit heating and air for zoned temperature control, tankless hot water systems and R-38 blown ceiling insulation. In addition to these great features, the nature of stacked side-by-side townhome style homes lends itself to low heating and cooling costs. Each unit will also be insulated from the adjacent unit by an insulated 2 hour rated firewall which includes batted insulation and an air space for sound control 10" thick from floor slab extended to the roof deck including 4 sheets of 5/8" fire rated sheetrock.
Is there a Homeowners' Association and what dues are required?  A Homeowners Association will be formed and established with deed to common areas including landscaping, lawn, pool & dry sauna, fitness gym, parking and driveways and community clubhouse.
A Homeowner Association monthly fee will be established in the amount of $185 monthly.
This amount will fund the following: 1. water, sewer & trash 2. lawn & landscaping 3. snow removal & parking lot maintenance 4. management and maintenance of community building
5. management and maintenance of fitness gym, dry saunas and pool.
How can I obtain more information? For more information about completion dates, interior choices or for floorplan information, you can visit our offices at 3650 Camelot Drive in Bartlesville or call us at 918-333-3500 or 918-331-6002.
Come visit our Lofts starting April 16th. M-F  11-1pm   Tues, Wed, Thur  4-6pm
Saturdays 10-2pm
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