400 East 59th Street
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400 East 59th Street

Coop in Sutton Place
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July 5, 2024

$1.2M colorful Sutton Place co-op has classic bones and dramatic bridge and river views

This handsomely decorated two-bedroom apartment at 400 East 59th Street on the East Side's quietly elegant Sutton Place balances classic pre-war details with sweeping New York City views. The co-op's many charms include colorful and luxurious interiors, two renovated baths, herringbone-patterned floors, high ceilings, and original casement windows. Asking $1,200,000, the home boasts multiple exposures and outstanding views of the 59th Street Bridge, the East River, and the Manhattan skyline.
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November 20, 2015

$16M ‘Trophy’ Penthouse Boasts Solarium, Wrap-Around Terrace, and Lots of Color

The listing calls this a "trophy" penthouse, and with all the bells and whistles that come with the apartment, they're not lying (h/t Curbed). The co-op spans the 17th and 18th floors of 400 East 59th Street, a prewar building in Sutton Place built in 1928 and converted in 1981. It's got four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and more outdoor space than you likely thought possible: a wrap-around terrace, a double-height solarium, a terrace off the master bedroom, and a private roof deck. In case you're wondering, that's 1,450 square feet of terrace space total. Oh yeah, there's also a dressing room in the master that's the size of a studio apartment. All this can be yours for a cool $16 million, a huge leap from its last sale in 2011 for a mere $4.35 million.
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