Revealed: Toll Brothers’ Midtown East condo tower

Developer bought the then-stalled site in 2013 for $64 million

New York /
Feb.February 02, 2015 01:20 PM

Toll Brothers unveiled a new look at its upcoming Midtown East condo tower.

Toll brothers bought the site for $64 million at 959 First Avenue, near East 53rd Street, in 2013, after it had been stalled, according to Curbed. A design team from Incorporated Architecture & Design have now released new renderings of the 30-story tower that is rising at the site. The interior condos look “incredibly typical for a new condo development,” according to the website. Sales at the new tower are about to launch.

The new name for the tower is the Sutton and will include 114 units. The apartments will range from one- to four-bedrooms. Prices will range between $850,000 and more than $6 million. [Curbed] Claire Moses 


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