“We’ve received a tremendous response from buyers at The Sutton and interest remains high from those who are drawn to the building’s rich modern finishes, handcrafted detailing, and extraordinary amenities, all set in a community with an international feel,” said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York Division President of Toll Brothers City Living.
Located at 959 First Avenue in Manhattan’s Sutton Place neighborhood, the building offers convenient midtown access, as well as all of the comforts of a modern luxury building. Designed by Goldstein Hill & West Architects, the facade of the building is reminiscent of classical and art deco styles.
The Sutton makes a big impression upon entry. Lobby ceilings are finished with reclaimed wood from a water tower, and basket weave oak flooring leads to a residents’ garden designed by D-Land Studio.
The development is home to 113 residences, ranging from studios to four bedroom suites. In the kitchen, custom finishes like ribbed glass cabinetry and unique millwork balance a rustic feel with modern design. Bathrooms offer black marble herringbone tile flooring.
Appliance selection is also noteworthy. A number of homes feature separate state-of-the-art under-counter wine refrigerators, and penthouses will feature full-height Gaggenau wine refrigerators. Other amenities include bicycle storage, a 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center and children’s playroom.
“Sutton Place has an old world charm, and it’s a vibrant and inviting place to live,” said Von Spreckelsen.
The Sutton boasts views of the East River, Empire State Building, and Chrysler Building. It is expected to achieve LEED certification and will open in late 2016.