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320 East 57th Street


From the moment you pass through the original 1926 Art Deco doors and into the meticulously maintained lobby of 320 E 57th Street, all designed by renowned French iron worker Edgar Brandt, you will feel the charm and elegance of this prewar boutique building. Rising 16 stories and crowned with a lavishly planted roof garden complete with tables, chairs, and lounges, the building features 6 apartments per floor and a duplex penthouse. Located in Sutton Place and one block from Whole Foods with easy access to subways and buses, amenities include doormen 24 hours each day, a live-in super, storage units, bicycle room, laundry room, and basement recycling for Housing Works and electronics. The building boasts sound structure with new passenger and service elevators, new LED lighting in all common areas and round-the-clock security camera monitoring of all key areas. 320 E 57th Street is one of the very few distinguished buildings chosen to be featured in the book, Manhattan Classic, New York’s Finest Prewar Apartments, from Princeton Architectural Press, 2014, which describes it as “one of New 
York’s most coveted addresses.”

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