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322 East 57th Street

Apt. 14/15B
Between Second Avenue & First Avenue
Coop
$5,260,000

This home has been sold

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Essentials
Price $5,260,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 7
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,000
Key Features
Professional Units

Exquisite seven room duplex with four exposures to wide open cityscape views, three wood burning fireplaces, and a majestic double height living room. Located on the 14th and 15th floor, Recently renovated by Shutler Architects and designed by Ralph Lauren Home Collection. As you enter the grandiose living room with a 19 ft. high ceiling that has been finely impressed with a vaulted oak wood ceiling accented by all rift cut oak wood crown molding heightened by a palace like regal half spiral staircase presenting double height windows allowing exceptional light throughout. The living room leads you into the stately private dining room. The lustrous and modern kitchen has been redesigned by St.Charles New York, fabulously finished with pewter white caesar stone, top of the line appliances, and Sonos sound system. On the top floor of the duplex you enter a marvelous den replete with a custom library and a home theater that overlooks the expansive living room. The sunny south facing two bedrooms are outfitted with their own full bathrooms featuring waterfall showers. The master bedroom has been finished with impeccable taste and attention to detail, from the custom home theater to the custom closets. This 3,000+ sf home is nothing short of spectacular.

322 E. 57th Street is one of the most desired prewar full service Co-ops in Manhattan. A building with soaring ceilings almost as famous as the buildings current and past residents.
322 E. 57th was designed by architect Harry M. Clawson of Caughey and Evans with the building completed in 1930.
Originally built as a 22 story hotel, the building was re-zoned in 1939 as residences and converted into a co-op in 1959.

Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

Sutton Area
The neighborhood of Sutton in Midtown Manhattan might be small by area standards, but the tranquil New York City enclave has enticing real estate options, under-the-radar restaurants and a charming park with views of the Queensboro Bridge. Bracketed by the East River and bustling 1st Avenue, Sutton Area, often referred to as Sutton Place, offers residents a prime location to enjoy all of Manhattan while benefiting from a residential ambience close to home.
Explore Sutton Area
322 East 57th Street
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This home has been sold

322 East 57th Street
Apt. 14/15B
Between Second Avenue & First Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $5,260,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $3
$Sutton Area
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 7
Staff Room 1
Staff Bathroom 1
Approx. Sq. Ft. 3,000

Exquisite seven room duplex with four exposures to wide open cityscape views, three wood burning fireplaces, and a majestic double height living room. Located on the 14th and 15th floor, Recently renovated by Shutler Architects and designed by Ralph Lauren Home Collection. As you enter the grandiose living room with a 19 ft. high ceiling that has been finely impressed with a vaulted oak wood ceiling accented by all rift cut oak wood crown molding heightened by a palace like regal half spiral staircase presenting double height windows allowing exceptional light throughout. The living room leads you into the stately private dining room. The lustrous and modern kitchen has been redesigned by St.Charles New York, fabulously finished with pewter white caesar stone, top of the line appliances, and Sonos sound system. On the top floor of the duplex you enter a marvelous den replete with a custom library and a home theater that overlooks the expansive living room. The sunny south facing two bedrooms are outfitted with their own full bathrooms featuring waterfall showers. The master bedroom has been finished with impeccable taste and attention to detail, from the custom home theater to the custom closets. This 3,000+ sf home is nothing short of spectacular.

322 E. 57th Street is one of the most desired prewar full service Co-ops in Manhattan. A building with soaring ceilings almost as famous as the buildings current and past residents.
322 E. 57th was designed by architect Harry M. Clawson of Caughey and Evans with the building completed in 1930.
Originally built as a 22 story hotel, the building was re-zoned in 1939 as residences and converted into a co-op in 1959.

Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

Professional Units
Sutton Area
The neighborhood of Sutton in Midtown Manhattan might be small by area standards, but the tranquil New York City enclave has enticing real estate options, under-the-radar restaurants and a charming park with views of the Queensboro Bridge. Bracketed by the East River and bustling 1st Avenue, Sutton Area, often referred to as Sutton Place, offers residents a prime location to enjoy all of Manhattan while benefiting from a residential ambience close to home.
Explore Sutton Area
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322 East 57th Street
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