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60 Sutton Place South

Co-op located in Beekman/Sutton Place

 

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This luxury, full service building, designed by Arthur Wieser in 1952 is an icon along the East River. Each of the apartments feature a terrace with views of the river. In its glory days, it was reputably the most luxurious building in New York. The charm and elegance of Sixty Sutton has attracted over the years a list of residents that have included celebrities, business tycoons, and socialites. The grounds feature a private garden with a geometrical labyrinth of lush foliage and flowers, a glass enclosed lobby with a larger-than-life bronze statue imported from Italy, a health club, a large radiantly heated driveway and an underground parking garage, with a guaranteed rate of $238 per month. Convenience is at your fingertips with a fulltime doorman, valet and concierge. 60 Sutton Place South is a friendly cooperative where pets and pied-a-terres are welcome. Located in a desirable neighborhood, on what was once known as the most affluent street in the city, Sixty Sutton is within walking distance to Saks Fifth Ave, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale?s, Barney?s, many international restaurants, public parks, and two movie theater complexes. Taxis are always available as well as five train lines (three blocks away) and three bus lines are within two blocks. Sutton Place, Midtown East, East River 

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"Love this building. I live next door to it, I know a couple of the board members. uilding is situated at the Southwest corner of Sutton Place and East 59th Street with unobstructed views of the Queeensboro Bridge, Roosevelt Island Tram, the East River, uptown (York Ave) and downtown (Sutton Place). It is the only condominium on Sutton Place and was built in 1966, converted to condo in 1981. It consists of 10 floors (plus basement), 75 residential units (1 ? 3 bedrooms, 10 ? 2 bedrooms, 26 ? 1 bedroom, and 38 ? studios) and 1 commercial unit on the ground floor (an independent Pre-School/Nursery School). The Garden House School as it is called is a fully licensed school for children ages 2-6. The building has a storage locker room, storage closet space on each floor, a bike storage room, modern laundry facility, high speed internet and digital television, an accessible roof deck. The fitness facility in the basement is being renovated. It has 24 doorman and porter service with a live-in super."
"Garden in the center, a north and south wing. River views and partial river views on the 53rd street and 54th street. Subway is at 3rd avenue which is 3 blooks, the best fish, meat and cheese stores. Great parks ...a wonderful place to raise a child. Gym, storage and garage that is $150 a month I was on the Board of 60 sutton. If someone is buying they must have 60% of the price of the apartment in liquid assets. 30% down building."
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