Sutton Place neighborhood perched above the East River with majestic gardens and parks and views of the 59th Street Bridge Ed Koch Queensborough Bridge and East River. Furthermore, his Midtown enclave covers a small area stretching only blocks from 53rd Street to 59th Street, between the East River to Second Avenue. Equally important, the area name originates from a real estate developer named E.B. Sutton who constructed townhouses on Avenue A, a street later renamed for him. Consequently, the area’s tenured history drew numerous notable residents: Marilyn Monroe, Freddie Mercury and Anne Harriman Vanderbilt. Hence, many buildings in Sutton Place were built for extravagance and luxury and were designed by the likes of Rosario Candela and Emery Roth. Apart from this, the area has begun to attract newer generations creating a new cooler vibe. The stately buildings, quiet streets and parks along the East River provide sanctuary offering a respite from the bustle of a big city.
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Purple Cupkake – 400 East 56th Street
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