Turtle Bay lies in Midtown East between 42nd and 53rd Streets, and east from Lexington Avenue to the East River. That's worth noting because, thanks to the very un-Midtown Manhattan environment of stately tree-lined blocks and distinctively international flair, Turtle Bay sometimes seems not to be in Manhattan at all. Turtle Bay’s sophisticated languor may have something to do with the presence of The United Nations and a host of embassies -- and with them a diverse, international community -- but the appeal of Turtle Bay’s enticingly laid-back, community-oriented feel is distinctly its own.
While the United Nations building is Turtle Bay's most recognizable architectural landmark -- and one of the most recognizable in all of New York City -- Turtle Bay is also home to as rich an array of architecture as any neighborhood in Manhattan. Elegant 19th-century brownstones line tree-lined side streets, and the Tudor City complex near First Avenue and 43rd Street offers a wealth of pre-war co-ops. Those old-Manhattan buildings define Turtle Bay for most New Yorkers, but some new construction condominiums have brought Turtle Bay up to date and added some very intriguing new condo listings to a neighborhood that had plenty of appeal already. The pre-war condominium conversion at 142 East 49th Street offers a classic Turtle Bay condo experience, while its neighbor at 212 East 47th offers a condo conversion option of more recent vintage.
Turtle Bay condos cover just about the full spectrum in Manhattan real estate, but the one thing that apartments in Turtle Bay feature is a uniquely appealing combination of prime Manhattan location and access to a wide array of culinary and cultural attractions. That’s Turtle Bay.
345 East 46th Street, Turtle Bay
Geared towards diplomats, 50 United Nations Plaza combines spacious interiors, a prime location, and modern amenities into a single luxury apartment building. The 44-story building was designed by noted architect Norman Foster.
Midtown East’s Beekman Regent is a post-war mid-rise condominium building sporting decadent finishes, such as African doors with accents like 24-karat gold. and Giordano Italian mahogany floors. Views of the New York City skyline and the East River top off the condominium luxurious atmosphere.
The Trump World Tower in Turtle Bay is another strong addition to the Trump real estate franchise. With the appearance of sleek, dark glass, this luxury condominium stands as one of the tallest and most imposing buildings in Manhattan. Amenities include 24-hour doorman and parking garage.
305 East 51st Street, Turtle Bay
Halcyon at 305 East 51st Street is a stunning 32-story luxury condominium building that is offering 123 spacious residences for sale. Besides their stunning homes, residents here will also enjoy a good assortment of amenities, which include a library, a sky lounge, a heated swimming pool and an indoor sun deck.
236 East 47th Street, Turtle Bay
Located in Midtown East, The Club at Turtle Bay is the kind of apartment building that provides residents with both easy access to Manhattan’s best shopping and restaurant options yet still offers them seclusion. For anyone looking to live near their job in Midtown Manhattan, The Club at Turtle Bay is especially ideal.
This striking building comes with an iconic address in a great location. 100 United Nations, in the Manhattan oasis known as Turtle Bay, overlooks the beautiful gardens and flags of the UN and many of the apartments sport great views of the Chrysler and Empire State buildings.
Located in the lively Turtle Bay area, 212 East 47th Street is a unique converted condominium that offers residents a variety of design packages for their apartments, such as natural wood flooring and white granite counter tops. Amenities include concierge, fitness center, large rooftop deck, several balconies with triple river views, and yoga room.
330 East 57th Street located in Sutton Place, is a lustrous 17-story condominium made up of individual floor apartments that promise privacy and security to residents. With private keyed elevator entry for access to apartments, this building embodies modernism with floor–to-ceiling windows, maple flooring, and remarkable finishes in both the kitchen and bathroom.
The Alexander is a Midtown East post-war high-rise that towers impressively on its block. 24 floors of condominium units provide everything from oversized windows to Jerusalem Gold limestone floors. The Alexander’s proximity to Grand Central Station and the East River offers residents opportunities beyond their home.
The Veneto is a lavishly constructed condominium in Midtown East that offers luxury apartments in the backdrop of a bustling New York City neighborhood. Each unit boasts top-of-the-line kitchens and bathroom amenities as residents can enjoy unique accommodations such as a rooftop deck and children’s playrooms.