Location - Sutton Place between 1st & The river
Subway - Lexington Av/53 St (0.4 miles)
View - Southern river views
Size - 2 Bedroom 940 SQF
Floors - Hard wood floors
Floor - 27 and 35
Sofa Bed -Yes full size (additional bedding included)
Bed size - Queen in master and 2 full size beds in 2nd BR
Sheets & Towels - Yes
Iron and iron board - Yes
Bathroom type - Marble bath, bath tub
Building type - Full service elevator
Doorman - Yes
Stove – Yes, gas stove
Oven - Yes, gas
Microwave - Yes
Kitchen equipment - Yes
Gym – No
Blackout curtains - No, blinds included
Number of closets - 5
Number of bathrooms - One full bath and additional toilet
Balcony – No
Laundry - Yes (in the basement)
Building Age – 1979
Internet – Yes, wireless
Cable Service – Yes
Central A/C – HVAC, individually operated
This 37-story rental apartment building, is in the lee of River House, one of the city’s most spectacular, glamorous and legendary apartment buildings.
Its entrance is pretty impressive as the slab tower is set back on the site close to 53rd Street and is approached through a lushly landscaped garden path from 52nd Street that on its own would be intimidating and gracious.
The brown-brick building was erected in 1975 and abounds in bay windows that give its façade considerable rhythm as well as excellent views.
This building includes a doorman and a concierge, a garage, a bicycle room, valet service and video security.
This is a fairly quiet street, and there are many restaurants in the neighborhood, including two parks not far away on Sutton Place to the north and of course the larger park to the south at the United Nations.
Furnished with contemporary, minimalist furniture, each apartment features brown New York style hardwood floors, and white walls, creating an atmosphere that is modern, yet soothing and inviting. Each unit is conveniently equipped with bay windows to maximize this amazing panorama.
The Sutton Place neighborhood, located between 53rd and 59th streets, is bounded on the east by the East River, on the west by Second Avenue. It’s considered the gateway to Manhattan's Upper East Side.
There is much to discover and explore in the area, from lovely local ethnic restaurants to architectural landmarks, to gourmet grocery shopping to home furnishings and antiques.
Staying with us puts you within walking distance to department stores on Third Avenue, as well as many one-of-a-kind boutiques on Lexington, Madison and Fifth Avenues. Casual and fine-dining restaurants are all within walking distance. Also nearby are architectural landmarks such as The United Nations, Lever House and The Lipstick, as well as the famous Decoration and Design "D & D" building and the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center.
Located a few blocks away are some of the country's best hospitals and medical facilities, including Memorial Sloan Kettering, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York-Presbyterian hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery.
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Situated on East 52nd Street between First Avenue and The River, on a cul-de-sac street, in the heart of Sutton Place, provides an ideal platform for the Manhattan lifestyle.
Conveniently located within walking distance to the United Nations, major shopping venues, casual and upscale restaurants, banks and corporations, and most importantly, public transportation.
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