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Stonehenge 58

400 East 58th Street
New York, NY 10022
Retail, Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

The building at 400 East 58th Street, otherwise known as Stonehenge 58, was built in 1929 in a neo-gothic style and was one of the last buildings designed by famed Canadian architect George F. Pelham. The building nests in the Sutton Place neighborhood, considered one of the poshest in Manhattan.

Real estate developer Stonehenge Partners acquired the 16-floor building as part of an eight-property buying blitz in 2012 with SL Green Realty. The two firms paid about $48 million for the building, which retains a lot of pre-war features, such as eat-in kitchens and overlarge layouts. At the time of the purchase, industry experts wondered if the block purchases meant that SL Green was moving into residential real estate, but Stonehenge took over that aspect of the building while SL Green, considered one of the biggest office landlords in New York City, operated the commercial space (a CVS pharmacy is on the ground level). ¾-NR

  • Address 400 East 58th Street
  • neighborhood Sutton Place
  • borough Manhattan
  • owner Stonehenge Partners
  • floors 16
  • Year Built 1929
  • residential units 125
  • total units 125
  • square feet 140,000
  • block and lot 3-00181-4017
  • BIN 1040555