Curvy windows bring in the light for these uber-modern residences. Floor plans incorporate the flow created by the windows, giving homeowners panoramic skyline views of Manhattan. All units have white oak floors, Asko washers and dryers, and fixtures by Dornbracht and THG. Kitchens are designed by Daniel Romualdez and Eggersmann and feature HanStone glass quartz countertops and backsplashes, walnut cabinetry, and appliances by Miele. Master baths feature walnut vanities with glass tops and white Nanoglass walls.
The new building is 65 stories of wavy curtain wall, with an emphasis on the finest amenities. Concierge services by Luxury Attache and a doorman in the marble-clad lobby are some of the first residents' encounter. Other amenities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, furnished guest suites, spa with a hydrotherapy circuit, billiards room, screening room, residents lounge, library, and dining room. A terrace, children’s playroom, dog play area with grooming station, and bike and storage rooms are also residency perks.
The Sutton Place neighborhood is a small enclave that stretches 10 blocks and offers a quiet respite from the goings-on downtown. It offers three public parks, as well as Sutton East Tennis, with its 8 courts under the Queensboro Bridge. Residents have views of the East River, as well as access to shops, markets, and restaurants.