The Sutton flawlessly captures the charm and sophistication of one of Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhoods, Sutton Place. The luxurious residences at The Sutton offer an unparalleled world of rich, modern finishes and handcrafted artisanal detailing that draws inspiration from the history of the surrounding neighborhood.

Developed by Toll Brothers City Living, The Sutton houses 113 striking residences that vary in size from 1,442 square feet to 3,356 square feet in two- to four-bedroom floorplans, including the must-see Terrace Collection.

These residences are located atop The Sutton and feature panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows and are available in two- to three-bedroom open floorplans.

The Sutton was designed by Hill West Architects, and the residences boast elegant interiors by INC. Interiors feel bright and airy, thanks to an abundance of natural light and tall ceiling heights.

Kitchens include white glass countertops and backsplashes, plus a full suite of quality Gaggenau appliances for all your culinary needs. Cabinets feature custom millwork with ribbed glass for an unmatched sleek and elegant look.

Notable amenities at The Sutton include a 24-hour attended lobby, children’s playroom, state-of-the-art fitness center, an on-site superintendent, and available storage space — including bicycle storage.

The Sutton is located on First Avenue in the heart of Manhattan’s East Side in the Sutton Place neighborhood — whose brownstone-lined side streets are easily recognizable from dozens of famous films and New York photographs.

One of Manhattan’s major transportations hubs, Grand Central Station, is a short walk away, as is exceptional shopping at Barney’s and Bloomingdale’s. Sutton Place and the surrounding East Side area offer a multitude of eclectic eateries and has a thriving nightlife scene.

Pricing starts at $3.1 million and several move-in ready units are now available.

Call 212 388 9194 to schedule your tour today and experience the charm of The Sutton for yourself.

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