Tim Waltman

There’s been no shortage of activity this fall at Toll Brothers City Living’s new Manhattan luxury condo development, The Sutton. As the first residents began moving into their new homes, the developer moved its sales gallery and daily operations on-site.

Located in the highly sought after Sutton Place neighborhood on Manhattan’s East Side, residents of The Sutton are only a few blocks all the incredible dining and nightlife options on Madison and Lexington Avenues — not to mention high-end shopping at stores like nearby Barney’s and Bloomingdale’s. Grand Central Station is also only a short walk away.

Adding to the palpable excitement in the air at The Sutton, Toll Brothers City Living also recently unveiled a fully furnished model home. The model unit features three-bedrooms and two-and-a-half-bathrooms, totaling 1,947 square feet.

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The model home’s oversized windows offer a stunning view Sutton Place and beyond all while providing ample natural light. Tall ceilings and white oak flooring round out the designer touches on display in the model unit.

The Sutton features 113 residences, ranging from spacious studios to four-bedroom homes. Every residence at The Sutton features custom millwork with ribbed glass upper cabinets, Gaggenau appliances and gorgeous polished white glass countertops and backsplashes in the kitchens.

Many residences also offer separate wine refrigerators, while the penthouse boasts a full-height Gaggenau wine refrigerator.

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Master bathrooms are lined with sleek black marble tile flooring and custom-made Watermark plumbing fixtures.

The Sutton’s lobby is fully attended 24-hours. A walkway made of basket weave oak flooring leads to a residents’ garden. The fitness center and available bicycle storage will be appreciated by health conscious residents while families will enjoy the children’s playroom.

With The Sutton being over 70 percent sold, time is running out to own at this desirable development.

Prices for available residences range from $1.8 million to $4.3 million.

For additional information or to schedule a tour, please call 212 388 9194 or visit TheSuttonNYC.com.

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