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, surpassingly 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.
While Sutton Place doesn't offer much in the way of services -- the occasional dry cleaner, small deli, or neighborhood bistro is about it -- those familiar NYC conveniences aren't really essential to this neighborhood's considerable appeal. Exclusivity and a posh restfulness is what makes Sutton Place Sutton Place -- and what makes Sutton Place apartments among the most sought-after prizes in high-end Manhattan real estate.
With gallery-style poured concrete flooring and full-size windows, this midtown residential is exemplary of Manhattan's Midtown.
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The Sutton is a beautifully designed, 30-story, new construction in the Sutton Place neighborhood, and close to the East River waterfront. In addition to its convenient building amenities, its residences feature well-crafted details.
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.
A 65-story high-rise in Manhattan’s Midtown East, 252 East 57th Street will feature unique architectural style. The residences at 252 East 57th Street will feature the best views of Midtown. Beyond the residential nature, the building will contain two Manhattan schools as well as a Whole Foods Market.
A Tudor-style pre-war condo, 865 UN Plaza offers an atmosphere of old-fashioned grace with modern edge. The Midtown East condo features a trendily offbeat design with rustic stone, natural granite, and subway tiles. With sweeping East River views, the 16-floor high-rise on 865 First Avenue is the condo of any New Yorker’s dreams.
200 East 59th Street has been designed to ensure that each resident gets the luxury Manhattan home of their dreams. Every apartment throughout the building's 35 stories features a wraparound terrace to create the perfect transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. There are also floor-to-ceiling glass walls to give each resident stunning city views.
Located in Sutton Place, St. James Tower is a luxurious condominium that greatly complements its surrounding neighborhood. Natural light pours through floor-to-ceiling windows that house top-of-the-line appliances and vanities. Amenities include a rooftop garden and resident-only gym.