NEW YORK, NY 10022
A 14-story red brick building in the private enclave of Sutton Place serviced by a full-time doorman, live-in super, and a garage onsite
- Studio: from $3,000
- 1 Bedroom: from $2,975
- 2 Bedrooms: from $5,500
- 3 Bedrooms: Not Available
Sutton Town House, built in 1961, contains 173 units on 14 stories accessed by three elevators. Serviced by a live-in superintendent and a full-time doorman, this building stands on 56th Street between 1st Avenue and Sutton Place South. Apartment units feature hardwood floors and dishwashers. A full-service garage onsite can attend to cars of building residents. With its close proximity to the automotive thoroughfare of the FDR Drive and offering expansive views of the East River, 405 East 56th Street is located in the prestigious upscale enclave of Sutton Place. Next to the shopping offerings of adjacent Midtown East's 57th Street, building residents can enjoy the wares of Chanel and Burberry. A couple of the City's finest department stores, from Bloomingdales to Bergdorf Goodman, are within walking distance. Close by are the eateries such as the famed Serendipity 3 ice cream parlor and Palm Too restaurant. The building is perfect for families and students alike. However, despite its nearness to numerous neighborhood attractions, Sutton Place is known for its quiet peaceful character, especially in significant contrast to the bustle and noise of Midtown East a block away. Sutton Place promises silence and privacy rarely found anywhere else in Manhattan.
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