The Sutton is a 30-story new construction in the Sutton Place neighborhood, close to the East River’s waterfront. Residences are given to wide, city views from floor-to-ceiling windows and feature thoughtfully planned, high-end details, like hardwood white oak floors and herringbone tiling. Marble bathrooms are fitted with soaking tubs and rain showers; and fully-equipped kitchens are equipped with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops.
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Sutton Place is located south and east of the Upper East Side, but it is the rare Manhattan neighborhood that feels as if it belongs in another city entirely. This small, posh mini-neighborhood runs between First Avenue and the East River, between 53rd and 59th Streets, but a simple geographical description does not really do justice to Sutton Place's unique city-within-a-city feeling. The tree-lined streets and stately pre-war apartment buildings of Sutton Place -- almost all of them are co-ops of the most exclusive variety, and none of them are rentals -- recall the more rarefied neighborhoods of London far more than they do the bustling stretches of Midtown East and the lower Upper East Side nearby. The sidewalks and generous private gardens of Sutton Place have a sort of quiet about them that no other Manhattan neighborhood can boast, while Sutton Place apartments offer East River views and pre-war grace that few Manhattan apartments can match. It's an unusual and luxurious place. Exclusivity and a posh restfulness are what makes Sutton Place Sutton Place -- and what makes Sutton Place apartments among the most sought-after prizes in high-end Manhattan real estate.
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865 UN Plaza, a Tudor-style pre-war apartment building located in the exclusive Tudor City enclave of Manhattan’s Midtown East neighborhood, is a boutique building that offers renovated apartments for sale. 865 UN Plaza is located next to the East River and the United Nations, affording residents of this 16-story pre-war high-rise excellent East River views. And since these renovated pre-war condominiums have been crafted with top-of-the-line materials such as rustic stone, natural granite, subway tiles, and classic finishes, these apartments offer a unique combination of old and new.
Situated in Sutton Place within Manhattan’s bustling Midtown East neighborhood, St. James Tower is a post-war high-rise packed with amenities. Featuring 106 luxury apartments, St. James Tower is a doorman building standing at an impressive 32 stories. St. James Tower is located in a quiet section of midtown Manhattan, with the East River close by. A breathtaking, manicured plaza that includes both water and seating greets visitors to this apartment building, providing an entrance for a lovely Manhattan rental building in one of NYC’s more prestigious neighborhoods.
The Mondrian is as bright and beautiful as the works of the modernist painter it was named for. This 43-story building stands out in its Sutton Place neighborhood thanks to its striking exterior, but it's many luxury amenities make it the perfect fit for this coveted area of Manhattan.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,275,000
Experience the pinnacle of luxury living at 252 East 57th Street, a magnificent 65-story condominium designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, with interiors curated by Daniel Romualdez. This architectural masterpiece boasts a striking curved glass curtain wall and meticulous attention to detail. Step into an oasis of elegance and enjoy the exclusive entrances – one with a glass bridge over moving water leading to a marble-clad fully attended lobby and a living green wall, the other featuring a gated porte cochere with an innovative automated parking garage.