New York City NYC


Known for
  • Sutton Place
  • Turn-of-the-century row houses

From 53rd to 59th Street along the East River, lies the small neighborhood of Sutton Place, named for the shipping magnate, Effingham B. Sutton. Here, you will find a tight-knit community of professionals, retirees, families, and a decidedly suburban feel in the middle of Manhattan. With riverfront parks and the new Q-train service along Second Avenue, Sutton Place has become more desirable just in the last year. According to the New York Times,  East Side Enclave, Sutton Place is one of the fastest-changing in terms of demographics in Manhattan.