This ~900 SF one-bedroom corner unit features views to the north and east framed by 11-foot-high ceilings and 9-foot-tall windows, an open plan living area with an expansive kitchen island, an oversized bathroom with double sink and marble walls, a linen closet with Bosch washer/dryer, central heating and air conditioning (no obtrusive PTAC units), ample closet space and kitchen cabinetry, white oak flooring, and Gaggenau appliances.
Thanks to a 14-year tax abatement with approximately 11 years remaining, common charges and taxes for the unit total approximately ~$1,300 per month ($1.45/SF/month), extraordinarily low for a Manhattan luxury high-rise. The Sutton is one of the last condominiums in Manhattan to receive the tax abatement, as the development incentive was discontinued in 2016.
The 14th floor unit benefits from unusual privacy. With no high-rises for 2 blocks to the north and ~200 feet to the east, you can live comfortably with the curtains open, enjoying the East River and City views.
Building amenities include 24/7 concierge service and package room with cold storage, a ~3,000 square foot fitness center, a residents' lounge with a fireplace and built-in Sonos sound system available to reserve (free) for hosting, a garden with seating, a children's playroom, bicycle storage, commercial laundry facilities, and on-site superintendent. Residents can walk to the 53rd Street entrances for the 6/E/M trains in 5 minutes.
Immediate neighborhood amenities include grocery store, Starbucks, French bakery, Duane Reade, dry cleaner, liquor store, nail spa, pub, diner, florists, pizza, craft beer shop, cheese shop, butcher, Tals bagels, restaurants, and most banks. One block east, the City has commenced a $100 million project to add pedestrian & bike paths, and new park space, on a 40-ft-wide esplanade under construction along the East River from 53rd to 61st Streets.