Midtown East is well known for its many cultural sights, like the United Nations building, and stunning East River views.
Turtle Bay and the outlying Murray Hill area are two immensely popular East Side neighborhoods — and for good reason. They are conveniently located a short walk from Grand Central Station and mass transit. The area offers a wealth of diverse eateries, bars and a bustling nightlife scene.
Yet, the are feels like a quiet, tree-lined family-friendly neighborhood.
Residential development remains consistently strong in the area, with numerous new developments coming to market every year. Pricing remains fairly competitive and comparatively affordable despite the area’s central location and wealth of neighborhood amenities.
Here’s a brief round-up of what you can buy right now in the Turtle Bay area for under $4 million:
1. The Lindley
The Lindley was developed by CB Developers, SK Development and Ironstate Development. It is located at 591 3rd Avenue and stands 20 stories with a total of 74 units, ranging in size from 590 square feet to 1,457 square feet.
Residences feature thermostatic-controlled rain showers, German-designed faucets radiant heated terrazzo tile flooring.
Amenities include: private storage, on-site superintendent, rooftop garden and a fitness center.
Pricing for available units starts at $935,000.
2. The Corinthian
The Corinthian’s modern interiors were designed by Andres Escobar, featuring light, reflective finishes, soft hues and natural wood for an open feeling. Residences also boast 180-degree curved bay windows, balconies and exquisite cityscape views.
Amenities include: an outdoor track, a jungle gym, pool and hot tub, and a golf simulator.
Pricing for available units starts at $1.2 million.
3. 50 United Nations Plaza
Developed by Zeckendorf Development and Global Holdings, Inc., 50 United Nations Plaza is located on East 45th Street — a stone’s throw from the historic UN building. It houses 88 units, ranging in size from 1,147 square feet to 9,704 square feet.
The distinctive building features vast expanses of glass, gold bands and stainless steel detailing. The modern homes were designed by the architectural firm of Foster + Partners and offer plenty of warm, natural light and spacious living areas.
Amenities include: a pool, fitness center and a private motor court.
Pricing for available units starts at $2.1 million.
4. La Maison
This boutique condo building features six full-floor residences, most with a private terrace. Homes also include a fireplace and spa-like bathrooms.
Amenities include: a rooftop lounge.
Pricing for available units starts at $2.4 million.
5. The Sutton
The Sutton by Toll Brothers City Living captures the charm and elegance of one of Manhattan’s most famous neighborhoods, Sutton Place. With its thoughtful, elegant design finishes and detailing, The Sutton thoroughly encapsulates the opulence and history of Sutton Place.
The development houses 113 residences that range in size from 1,442 square feet to 3,356 square feet, including three unique penthouse units — a simplex, a duplex and a triplex. Each of
The Sutton’s penthouse residences features state-of-the-art kitchen appliances, including a full-height Gaggenau wine refrigerator, private outdoor space and exceptional views.
Amenities include: a children’s playroom, resident’s lounge with fireplace, fitness center and shared garden.
Pricing starts at $3.4 million.