The 21-story building at 35 Sutton Place on 59th Street was built by Robert L Bien as a cooperative apartment building in one of the most desirable Manhattan neighborhoods. The property was completed in 1961 and still offers residents unrivaled and awe-inspiring views of the East River. This captivating building provides spectacular views of the elaborate Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge considered by many to be the most romantic bridge in the city. 35 Sutton Place houses 131 residences of varying design. Many units are renovated and give residents a bright and open floor plan set away from the busy hustle and bustle of NYC. Many units include living spaces that are bordered by a sunroom that can be used as a den or small library. Chef-level kitchens sport granite counters, a stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer, custom cabinetry, and an abundance of storage. The cooperative building amenities include white-glove service, an on-site garage, full-time doormen, elevator attendants, on-site resident manager, and porters. There's also a state-of-the-art fitness center, a landscaped courtyard, a bike room, huge walk-in closets, and a landscaped roof-top garden that offers majestic views from Upper Manhattan to the edge of the island. The building’s location is less than four blocks from mass transportation and some of the New York City’s s finest restaurants and shops.
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35 Sutton Place Amenities

Laundry Room
Pied-a-terre allowed
Roof Deck
Verizon Fios enabled