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14 floors of condos near Sutton P1.

On the glamorous Sutton Place, 14 opulent, full-floor condominiums at 330 East 57th Street are rising. The expansive residences, marketed by Prudential Douglas Elliman, will redefine luxury in the tranquil and fashionable neighborhood along the East River.

"Owning an entire floor in a Manhattan residential building is the ultimate in lifestyle," said Andy Gerringer, managing director of the Prudential Douglas Elliman Development Marketing Group. "Fourteen fortunate buyers will claim not only luxuriously spacious residences, but also a coveted Sutton Place address."

Arquitectonica Architects designed the striking building, a modern masterpiece sheathed in blue reflective glass. Each three-bedroom residence will offer an exceptional combination of abundant natural light and airy spaciousness.

Thoughtfully designed to ensure privacy and security, homes are equally fit for comfortable family living and gracious entertaining. Every 1,891 s/f home includes a master en suite, two guest bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and oversized living and dining areas. Gourmet kitchens are accented with Pietra Cardosa granite counter tops and Gioia Venatino backsplashes.

Luxury living abounds at 330 East 57th Street, with a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, along with a "Residents Only" Club Room.

While all homes feature private outdoor space, there are also two landscaped roof terraces and a picturesque garden on the ground floor. Private storage facilities are also available.

Prices start from $2,300,000 and expected occupancy is fall 2006.
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Title Annotation:Residential Marketing & Brokerage
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Sep 20, 2006
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