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Sales have started at The Sutton East Condominium at 330 East 56th Street following the acceptance of its offering plan by the New York State Attorney General's Office.

The handsome mid-block building has 76 apartments.

Alchemy Properties, one of the more active residential developers and converters in Manhattan in recent years, is the sponsor.

Its other projects include the Keystone Building at 38-44 Warren Street, the Alchemy Condo at 36-40 West 13th Street, The Paradigm Building at 146-8 West 22nd Street, the Lion's Head Condominium at 121 West 19th Street, the Gramercy Mews Condo at 136 West 19th Street, the Bullmoose Condominium at 42-8 East 20th Street, The Chelsea Quarter Condo at 129 West 20th Street and 120 Gramercy Hill at 118-126 East 29th Street.

The Georgian-style, red-brick, 17-story building has a canopied entrance and is between Second and First Avenues.

It acquired the mid-block building, which was formerly the Sutton East Hotel, recently for about $52 million from Glenwood Management. The hotel closed last July.

The lobby has polished marble floors and the building has a private health club with a 55-foot pool, a garage, a concierge, an attractive entrance marquee and sidewalk landscaping.

One-bedroom, one-bath apartments range from $752,000 for a 620-square-foot unit on the third floor to $1,902,500 for a 1,272-square-foot unit.on the 15th floor.

Two-bedroom, two-bath apartments range from $$1,370,000 for a 1,305-square-foot unit on the second floor to $2,590,000 for a 1,272-square-foot unit with 258 feet of exterior space on the 15th floor.

Penthouse units range from a one-bedroom, one-bath unit for $1,602,500 for a 995-square-foot unit with a 27-square-foot terrace to $2,890,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bath unit with 1,754-square feet with a 509-square-foot terrace.

Apartments have Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Bosch ranges and microwaves, GE Monogram dishwashers, mahogany floors, marble-tiled bathrooms, in-roof safes, and individually controlled thermostats, and residences can be purchased furnished or unfurnished.
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Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.