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400 East 56th Street
Plaza 400, Sutton Area, Manhattan, NY 10022

Post-war Co-op

628 units
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  • 628 residences
  • 40 stories
  • BUILT 1969

The Details About 400 East 56th Street

This well known cooperative is a 40-story building with seventeen units per floor. Amenities include a pool, health club, garage, driveway, bike room, laundry room, party room, playroom, rooftop deck and common storage. Sorry, no pets.

key features
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central air
  • Exercise room
  • Central laundry room

Plaza 400 Units

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    • For Sale
    • Sold
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Get to know the Sutton Area

Sutton Place and the area surrounding it is, in a word, small. Concentrated on 53rd through 59th streets between First Avenue and the East River, the neighborhood almost has a “blink, and you’ll miss it” quality. However, that characteristic makes residing on and around Sutton as desirable a prospect as you’ll find. It’s where the Midtown East mindset definitively ends, but the Upper East Side doesn’t quite begin: a tranquil outpost nestled between worlds. Effingham B. Sutton built townhouses here in 1875, hoping to establish a residential community. Yet, it wasn’t until names like Vanderbilt and Morgan arrived in the 1920s that the neighborhood began to fully form. Famed architects like Mott B. Schmidt, Rosario Candela, and Emery Roth would go on to build beautiful townhouses, which pair with the luxurious apartment buildings of the 1940s and 50s to continually define and draw folks into this singular riverside setting.

Sutton Area Neighborhood Guide