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A Legacy of Design

Amenities & Services

Residences by Daniel Romualdez

A Visionary Team

Neighborhood Living

A striking curved silhouette

Two levels of exclusive amenities including The 34th Floor Club

Elegantly appointed corner

residences starting on the 36th f loor

An extraordinary collaboration

A gateway to the world’s most

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redefining the skyline

by an award-winning team

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desirable residential boulevard

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A Legacy of Design

Amenities & Services

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A New Level of Leisure Page 15 Hydrotherapy Circuit Spa Page 17 Sky Lounge Page 20

The New Shape of 57 Page 5 Landmark Views Page 7 An Exclusive Arrival Page 9 Inspired by Nature Page 12

Kids’ Play Page 21 Guest Suites Page 23 Spot 57 Page 24 AttachÊ 57 Page 25 Private EV Charging Page 27

A Visionary Team

Residences Page 29

Grandly Intimate Page 31 Inspired Entertaining Page 33 Epicurean With a View Page 34 Craftsmanship Page 36

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James D. Stanton Page 51 Roger Duffy Page 53 Daniel Romualdez Page 55

Floor Plans Page 37 Views Page 41

Neighborhood Living Page 57

Map Page 59 Sutton Place Page 61 Best of New York Page 64 Central Park Page 65

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Design One of the most celebrated names in design, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has won more awards than any other architectural f irm in the world. SOM is responsible for creating and perfecting the modern skyscraper, from the revolutionary Lever House, Gordon Bunshaft’s “International-Style” landmark on Park Avenue, to Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. SOM’s portfolio encompasses the most recognizable structures in the world, including the John Hancock Center in Chicago and One World Trade Center in New York City. SOM’s vision for the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle helped transform 57th Street and the surrounding area into New York City’s premier residential corridor.

A PRIVILEGED POSITION 252 East 57th Street sits on an extraordinary block-long site at the eastern gateway of one of the world’s most coveted residential boulevards. To the west lies the world-renowned cultural and retail epicenter of 57th Street; to the east are two of Manhattan’s most storied and cherished residential enclaves: Sutton Place and Beekman Place.

STRIKING CURVED SILHOUETTE De sig ned by SOM u nder t he creative direction of partner Roger Duffy, 252 is defined by a thoughtful relationship between the exterior and interior architecture, creating aesthetic integrity, elegance, and distinction. Curved Italian glass meets the sky, giving the 65-story tower a sculptured silhouette from every vantage point. Subtle surface details include ribbons of richly textured etched glass.

VIEWS The tower’s form, with its distinctive curves, was inspired by Alvar Aalto’s famous vase. With unique interior perspectives of the city’s panoramic vistas, it is equidistant from both the East River and Central Park, 252 offers magnificent cityscape, transformative Central Park, and captivating water views.

PRIVACY & EXCLUSIVITY 252 East 57th Street is a collection of 93 unique residences. They begin on the 36th f loor, and with no more than four residences per f loor, each home has coveted corner placement. Every aspect of the arrival and building circulation is carefully considered. Owners are offered two exclusive arrivals, a pedestrian entrance on 57th Street and a gated, private cobblestone porte-cochère on 56th Street. All entrances, elevators, and more than 12,000 square feet of amenities are for the exclusive use of the condominium owners.

THE LOBBY EXPERIENCE Roger Duffy from SOM uses angled opaque glass panels and a secondary inner glass wall to create a tranquil and exclusive entrance. An elegant bridge over a serene water feature leads to the light-f illed outer lobby with a living green wall designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. The hushed tones of the walnut-paneled inner lobby lead to elevators that serve the residences and amenity f loors.

PORTE-COCHÈRE Many of New York’s most appreciated addresses, including The Dakota, 15 Central Park West, River House, and The Apthorp, offer private dropoffs for residents. 252 East 57th Street has a truly signature feature: a gated, attended interior porte-cochère. An elegant full-height gate offers residents privacy while allowing fresh air and light to circulate around the cobblestone driveway. Attached to the porte-cochère is the largest, private automated parking garage in New York, which is exclusively reserved for residents. There are four charging stations located in the porte-cochère for electric car owners.

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The New Shape of 57th 252 East 57th Street’s striking curvedglass tower, designed by Roger Duffy of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, stands at the gateway of the world ’s most desirable residential boulevard.


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Landmark Views Situated between Central Park and the East River, the residences at 252 East 57th Street, all with double or triple exposures, offer park, water and iconic city views.

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An Exclusive Arrival Emphasizing convenience and elegance, 252 provides residents with a private gated porte cochère entrance on 56th Street.

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Stone, wood, water, greenery, and glass are masterfully combined to create a serene reception lobby and intimate walnut-paneled sitting room.

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Inspired by Nature A sculptural opaque glass wall creates a discreet private residential entrance on 57th Street. The threshold between city and home is marked by a bridge over a ref lecting pool and enhanced by a living green wall designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.

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Amenities & Services ENTERTAINMENT

75-FOOT POOL

The 34th Floor Club, designed by Daniel Romualdez, is programmed to be an extension of each resident’s private home. The entire f loor, with a 70-foot south-facing terrace, is dedicated to social and leisure amenities. Residents can rela x in the curated oak-paneled library, enjoying cocktails in front of the fireplace in the elegant lounge, or reserve the private dining room with catering arranged by Attaché 57. Grandly scaled, with over 16-foot ceilings and walls of glass, overlooking the southern facing terrace, the library, lounge, and dining room are ideal for cocktails and conversation, while the billiards room offers a sophisticated yet playful retreat. Residents can also enjoy an evening of entertainment in the screening room, where curtains can be opened to reveal a cinematic view of the city.

The 75-foot pool offers two lanes for lap swimmers plus an area for recreational swimming. The serene space is f inished with a Bush-Hammered limestone f loor and wood ceiling.

FITNESS Located in the 34th Floor Club, the f itness center features double-height ceilings and glass walls with skyline views. The g ymnasium is outf itted with Technogym equipment, offering the most advanced cardio and weight training workouts. In addition, Peloton bikes will offer virtual spinning classes, including 10 daily live rides and more than 3,000 on-demand rides. A dedicated Pilates studio is equipped with Cadillac and Reformer equipment. Residents can schedule personal training sessions in the private yoga studio or Pilates instruction in the private Pilates room through Attaché 57.

SPA Adjacent to the pool area is the spa with a hydrotherapy circuit. This hot and cold circuit, which has long been part of the European approach to spas, promotes rela xation and stimulates circulation. The experience includes a sauna, steam room, and ice room equipped with a cold rain spout and a Kneipp hose. 252 East 57th Street is the f irst residential condominium in New York City to feature Dornbracht’s Experiential Shower.

GUEST SUITES 252 East 57th Street offers t wo guest suites,* each designed by Daniel Romualdez. The suites provide residents with convenient and luxurious accommodations for their guests. Each guest suite is finished with a full kitchen and an en-suite bath.

DOG PLAY SPACE With close proximity to Central Park, 252 East 57th Street offers an ideal location for dog owners. SPOT 57 offers an array of custom services to assist owners, such as dog walking

and daycare. The interactive play space includes a grooming station and comfortable sitting area where residents can watch their best friends play. A SPOT 57 specialist can provide customized grooming and spa treatments upon request.

AUTOMATED PARKING The innovative automated parking system is designed to ensure the secure storage and swift retrieval of residents’ vehicles. It is the largest private automated parking garage in New York, which is exclusively reserved for owners. Advanced engineering and soft ware systems protect cars from the usual nicks and scratches that often occur in metropolitan garages.

ROSE ASSOCIATES & ATTACHÉ 57 The lifest yle experience at 252 East 57th Street is epitomized by the exemplary service of a house staff of 28, including a property manager, valets, door attendants, and porters, managed by Rose Associates. Attaché 57, exclusively created and managed by Luxury Attaché, offers residents a dedicated, highly skilled, and expertly trained lifestyle concierge. Their list of capabilities is endless — from securing hard-to-get dining and nightlife reser vations to overseeing white-glove move-in coordination, full-service travel planning, exclusive access to events and institutions, and more.

* Additional Fee

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A New Level of Leisure The 34th Floor Club features double-height ceilings and offers 360-degree views of the skyline and the East River. The curated collection of social and leisure spaces is designed by Daniel Romualdez, as an extension of each resident’s private home.

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Hydrotherapy Circuit Spa The invigorating hydrotherapy circuit spa includes a 75-foot swimming pool, experiential shower by Dornbracht, and a collection of sauna, steam, treatment, and ice rooms.

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An Active Lifestyle 252 East 57th Street offers one of the most extensive collections of f itness amenities in New York City. The 34th Floor Club includes Technogym equipment, Peloton bikes, and separate Pilates, and yoga rooms. Personal training can be arranged by the dedicated AttachĂŠ 57 concierge.

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Theater in the Clouds The screening room is a signature entertainment element of the 34th Floor Club. Residents can reserve the beautifully upholstered theater, which features stateof-the-art audiovisual capabilities.

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Sky Lounge Escapist retreat by day, outdoor lounge by night, the 70-foot south-facing terrace enhances entertainment options. The terrace is accessible from the lounge, library, and formal dining room.

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Kids’ Play Designed for imaginative play, the children’s playroom offers the New York City child space for creative expression through the interactive Colorforms® and chalk walls, as well as Imagination Playground blocks, designed by David Rockwell.

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The Color Wall The architects were inspired by the artists who created ColorformsÂŽ, an art form which remains on permanent display at The Museum of Modern Art.

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Guest Suites Two fully-furnished suites* with full kitchens, designed by Daniel Romualdez, can be exclusively reserved by residents of 252 East 57th Street. * Additional Fee

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Spot 57 Rain or shine, man’s best friend always has a place to run. The indoor dog play space includes a grooming station.

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Attaché 57 Attaché 57 is a dedicated concierge service managed by lifestyle purveyors Luxury Attaché for the residents of 252 East 57th Street. Attaché 57 can arrange for private aviation, catering, housekeeping, access to private art openings, or reservations for Michelin-starred restaurants.

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Private EV Charging Attached to the porte-cochère is the largest private automated parking garage in New York with electric vehicle charging, which is exclusively reserved for residents. After welcoming residents into the lobby, attendants will seamlessly park the vehicle.

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Residences DESIGNED BY DANIEL ROMUALDEZ

A CELEBR ATED REPUTATION Ec lec t ic yet ra r i f ied, Da n iel Romualdez’s portfolio includes the homes of noted musicians, fashion leaders, and top f igures in societ y. After graduating from Yale, Daniel Romua ldez worked for the off ices of Thierry W. Despont and Robert A.M. Stern before opening his eponymous office in 1993. Since then, his work has been published extensively, including coverage in Vogue, Elle Decor, Departures, and The Wall Street Journal. Daniel Romualdez is a repeated inductee of the AD100, Architectural Digest’s roster of the most influential architects and interior designers in the industry.

BESPOKE DESIGN Daniel Romua ldez approaches 252 East 57th Street as a series of private commissions, allotting the same amount of care and detail to each residence that he applies to his private home projects. Romualdez designs layouts that express an elegant drama. As the residences start on the 36th f loor, the views and glass wall curvature are used to strategically guide the placement of the public and private areas of the home. Every residence has a defining signature feature, whether it is an oversized corner living room properly aligned to display art or a master bath with a freestanding tub surrounded by a granite bench beneath a windowed wall.

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MASTER BATH RETREATS

More than a selection of condominiums, 252 East 57th Street offers true homes in the sky. Each residence is a corner layout with only one to four homes per f loor. The sense of expansiveness starts at the entry, where a formal gallery leads into the grandly sca led entertaining spaces. Liv ing and dining rooms, wrapped in glass, feature ceilings ranging from approximately 9’6” to 12’9”. The contemporary yet ref ined detailing includes custom 18-inch baseboard moldings and white oak rift-cut quarter-sawn f loors. The craftsmanship is ev ident w ith the sophisticated four-pipe, ceiling-hung fan coil HVAC and the design of the Italian-sourced glass walls with parallel projecting operable windows.

Daniel Romualdez creates a sanctuary in the sky by designing the master baths to contain an oversized window in all of the residences. The luminosity of natural light inspired the selection of polished white Nanoglass walls, honed white Nanoglass f loors, and a walnut vanity with a white Nanoglass top. The focal point of the f ive-f ixture bath is the 6’ bathtub designed by Daniel Romualdez. Additional luxuries include a rain shower with side-mount and hand-held heads, each with individual volume controls; radiant heat f looring, and THG polished chrome fixtures by Alberto Pinto, including heated towel bars. All WCs provide electricity for Toto’s optional Washlet system.

CHEF’S KITCHENS

SECONDARY BATHS

Wit h h i s e x p e r t i s e i n c r e ating custom private homes, Daniel Romualdez understands the importance of kitchen design. Daniel Romualdez chef kitchens are infused with wonderful natural light and spectacular views. To deliver superior form and function, Daniel Romualdez partnered with Eggersmann to produce custom kitchens exclusive to 252 East 57th Street. At 252 East 57th Street, horizontal-grain walnut cabinetry frames a HanStone glass quartz countertop and backsplash. The finishing elements include a Dornbracht Elio polished chrome faucet, a 33” Kohler Stages col lection sink w ith an integrated walnut cutting board and prep bowls, fully integrated Miele appliances with a Miele 36” f ive-burner gas cooktop, and a wine refrigerator.

Daniel Romualdez crafts custom designed palettes for the secondary baths and powder rooms. The secondary baths are smartly tailored with large format tiles, a Moonwalk Carrara marble mosaic accent wall, Cancos tile f loors, and Dornbracht Meta .02 polished chrome fixtures.

POWDER ROOM M a ny re sidence s a l so feat u re powder rooms. Daniel Romua ldez f inished these jewel-box spaces with hand-selected wallpaper and a Striato Olimpico marble vanity with an undermount sink and Dornbracht Ta ra polished chrome fixtures.

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Grandly Intimate The sense of expansiveness starts at the entry, where a formal gallery leads into the grandly scaled entertaining spaces.

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Inspired Entertaining Designed for a contemporary lifestyle, the great rooms are conf igured for both living and dining. Views are at center-stage, with corner exposures and a curved glass wall.

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Epicurean with a View The windowed chef ’s kitchens are designed for cooking and entertaining. Each kitchen was specif ically created by Daniel Romualdez and Eggersmann to meet the needs of different residents. Various designs include open and closed plans, islands, and large eat-in kitchens. Innovative for over a century, Eggersmann is renowned for its design and technological superiority.

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A Luminous Retreat Five-f ixture master baths with 6’ soaking tubs are f inished with polished white Nanoglass walls, honed white Nanoglass radiant-heat f loors, walnut vanities, and polished chrome f ixtures by Alberto Pinto for THG. All master showers have three heads, each with its own volume control. All master bathrooms have heated towel bars and WCs that are adaptable for the Toto Washlet system.

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Craftsmanship Daniel Romualdez collaborated with Eggersmann to design the custom cabinetry, providing an elegant backdrop to the expansive window wall. Fabricated from sustainable horizontal-grain walnut, the cabinets feature a matte f inish that achieves a warm aesthetic. Cooking and work areas are appointed with white lacquer cabinetry.

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The Duplex 58B 4,516 SF 419.54 M 2 5 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms Powder Room Study STUDY

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A cascade of city lights encircles the lush greenery of Central Park. The bird ’s-eye views captured from 252 East 57th Street include the illuminated necklace of the George Washington Bridge.

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Every home offers a double or triple exposure. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls soar 9’6” to 12’9”, capturing iconic panoramas of Central Park and Manhattan’s most important landmarks.

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The spectacular view of Manhattan’s downtown frames New York City’s architectural landmarks, including One World Trade Center, the Chrysler Building, the United Nations Headquarters, and sparkling East River.

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The waterscape offers some of the most coveted views in New York and can be easily seen from the residences at 252 East 57th Street. It also offers an advantageous access point for travel outside of New York City.

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A VISIONARY

Team WORLD WIDE GROUP World Wide Group is a Manhattanbased developer of luxury residential properties. Since the 1970s, World Wide has developed over $7 billion of condominium and multifamily homes. World Wide’s properties are widely known for exceptional aesthetic integrity, incorporating thoughtful design, functionality, and sustainability. A sixty-year-old private partnership, World Wide Group is proud to be the steward of its long-standing reputation for quality and innovation. To learn more about World Wide, please visit wwgny.com.

ROSE ASSOCIATES Based in New York, Rose Associates is a developer, owner, and operator of prominent residential properties. The f irm focuses on creating enduring, long-term relationships, making decisions based on years of successful ownership experience. Rose’s emphasis on creating capital value has been the foundation of lasting associations with prominent financial institutions and real estate investors. Rose oversees more than 26,000 units across New York, with approximately $2 billion in projects under development.

SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL A leading internationa l a rchitecture, urban design and planning, engineering, and interior architecture f irm, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) is recognized for excellence and innovation that enhance the quality of the built environment. The f irm’s long-established history of globally recognized icons such as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, as well as transformative New York City projects such as Lever House, the new One World Trade Center, and the Time Warner Center, underscore its reputation for exceptional design and creativity. By analyzing clients’ goals and synthesizing design and technical coordination, the f irm creates spaces that are cutting-edge, distinctive, and functional. SOM was twice named AIA Firm of the Year and its projects have won more than 1,700 awards, including five AIA 25-year Awards.

DANIEL ROMUALDEZ A rchitect and designer Daniel Romua lde z is globa l ly renow ned within an elite group of tastemakers and business leaders for the creation of exquisitely sophisticated interiors. After moving to the United States to study at Yale and Columbia University,

Romualdez worked for architectural luminaries Thierry W. Despont and Robert A.M. Stern before establishing his own eponymous firm in Manhattan in 1993. Called “a connoisseur with tremendous range” by architecture critic Paul Goldberger of The New Yorker, Romualdez is known for interior design that deftly juxtaposes humble and fine materials, elegantly integrating classical st yle with modern inf luences. Named to Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100 list, Romualdez has also been profiled by leading international publications including Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and Departures.

LUXURY ATTACHÉ Lu x ur y Attaché is the world ’s premier luxury lifestyle management brand, catering exclusively to select leaders in the real estate, entertainment, corporate, hospitalit y, and fashion industries. Among the first of its kind to operate on a business-to-business model, Luxury Attaché has revolutionized the concierge industry in New York City and has set the standard for personalized service across the country, offering access to an unrivaled repertoire of lifestyle expertise.

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James D. Stanton

DEVELOPER

“ We a r e p r o u d o f Wo r l d W i d e ’s l o n g - s t a n d i n g reputation for quality and innovation.”

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Roger Duffy ARCHITECT

Roger Duffy brings his unique ability to conjoin art, science, landscape, and architecture to all of his design work.

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Daniel Romualdez In t e r i o r D e s i g n e r

With a rarefied attention to detail focusing on comfort a n d f u n c t i o n a l i t y, R o m u a l d e z creates “seamless, sublimely crafted environments.” (AD100)

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CULINARY 252 East 57th Street is surrounded by some of the best Michelin-star studded dining experiences in New York City. Le Bernardin by Eric Ripert is continually awarded three Michelin stars for his extraordinar y seafood preparations. His newest addition, A ldo Sohm Wine Ba r, is nea rby. Amid the contemporary masterpieces at the Museum of Modern Art is The Modern by Danny Meyer, the recent recipient of two Michelin stars. 57th Street continues to be an epicurean hub of Manhattan’s most lauded dining destinations. Attaché 57 can assist residents in securing a reservation at New York’s most in-demand tables, including the Polo Bar by Ralph Lauren, Le Bilboquet, and Michael’s New York.

FIFTH AVENUE The most expensive retail corridor in the world is centered on 57th Street. From Bergdorf Goodman to Saks Fifth Avenue, this retail boulevard thrives with luxury goods, offering couture salons, ready-to-wear f lagships, and one-of-a-kind jewels. Flights of fancy can be found in the multistory f lagships for Louis Vuitton, Prada, Salvatore Fer r a g a mo, Va lent i no, Bu rber r y, Chanel, and at the renowned Bulgari, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co., and Cartier. Attaché 57 can arrange personal shopping experiences before or after the public opening times as well as secure hidden treasures, from a vintage

Wellesley tote at Ghurka to a Baguette Bag trunk show at Fendi.

CENTR AL PARK Fr e d e r ic k L a w Ol m s t e d a n d Calvert Vau x designed New York ’s most famous verdant retreat in 1857, with a landscape inspired by Hyde Park in London and Bois de Boulogne in Paris. Central Park ’s most famous diversions are located at the southern end, just moments away from 252 East 57th Street. Kids of all ages revel in the Central Park Zoo and the signature Sea Lion Pool, and snow leopard and polar bear habitats. The sounds of the animals intermingle with the chimes of the landmark Delacorte Music Clock. Additional adventures abound at the neighboring ice skating rink, where the Midtown skyline provides the iconic backdrop to gracefully gliding and sipping cups of hot chocolate. The six miles of park provide perfect jogging paths. Imposing Belvedere Cast le overlooks Delacorte Theatre, home to Shakespeare in the Park, while Bethesda Terrace, Strawberry Fields, and the Great Lawn act as New York’s outdoor living room.

CULTURE 57th Street continues to inspire as the cultural thoroughfare for Midtown Manhattan. Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious venues in the world for classical music and modern performance. Neighboring City Center was transformed from a temple for the Shriners into a center for the performing arts. The Frederick P. Rose Hall is home to Jazz at Lincoln Center, offering programming curated by Wynton

Marsalis. Radio City Music Hall is one of the most prominent anchors of Rockefeller Center. The Museum of Modern Art cultivates the strong visual arts scene, which is supported by Christie’s, the famous auction house, as well as by a venerable collection of contemporary galleries, including Pace, Mary Boone, and Marian Goodman.

NEVER STOP PLAYING 252 East 57th Street leads to myriad activities that will impress all ages and the young at heart. Grab a hot drink after skating at Wollman Rink or head to Serendipity 3 for their comically oversized frozen hot chocolate. Attaché 57 can arrange for private birthday parties in the upstairs funhouse at Dylan’s Candy Bar or have gifts selected and sent from the Eloise store at the Plaza Hotel.

EAST RIVER Island living, Manhattan style. The thrill of the East River comes alive off 57th Street, where the lights of the 59th Street Bridge offer a picturesque backdrop as boats cruise by. The waterscape offers some of the most coveted views in New York and can be easily seen from the residences at 252 East 57th Street. This ideal location also offers an advantageous access point for travel outside of New York City. Attaché 57 can arrange for private transportation to the Hamptons as well as to Teterboro and JFK airports from the nearby East River Heliport at 34th Street.

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NORMA’S

53RD ST TORISHIN

NOBU FIFTY SEVEN

RADIANCE TEA HOUSE & BOOKS

53RD ST

CASELLULA

BETONY

CARNEGIE DELI

MEDI WI NE BAR

DE W IT T C LIN T ON PARK

JAMS

THE CARNEGIE CLUB

HAI R RULES WESTERLY SALON NATURAL MAR KET

SCHOOL FOR STRI NGS

THE RUSSIAN TEA ROOM

REDEYE GRILL

8TH AVE

ALV IN AILE Y AME RIC AN D AN C E THE ATE R

CLINTON CO VE

THE WAYFARER

57TH ST 9TH AVE

57TH ST

PIER 9 6 B OAT HOUSE

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RO C K E FE L L E R C E NT E R


CAR OL INA HER R ER A

ST. CATHERINE'S PARK

TORY BU R CH PAR K AVEN U E AR M ORY

THE RO C K E FE L L E R U NI V E RS I T Y

NI KE

Upper East Side

LULULE MON ATHLE TIC A L OR O PIANA

DAN IEL

CHAN E L

CE NTRA L PA R K Z O O

MI LK & COOKIES KIDS SPA AND SALON

BARRY’S BOOTCAMP

RIT U ALS

S OULC YC LE TENDER BUTTONS

FIG & OLIVE

HE R M È S

T HE C OLON Y C LU B

SUSHI SEKI

JUI CE PRESS

MOUNT V ERNON HOTEL MUSEUM & GARDEN

SAN T AM BROEU S

B AR N E Y’ S N E W YOR K R OTISS ER IE GEO R GETTE

SHERRYLEHM AN N WIN E & SPIRIT S

LE BILBOQU ET

59TH ST

E QUIN OX

SE RE N D IPITY 3

DYLAN’S CANDY BAR

60TH ST

SPOT CANINE CLUB

60TH ST

59TH ST BRIDGE

BLOOMING DALE’S ROOSEVELT ISLAND RACQUET CLUB

CARTIER

THE PLAZA

APPL E STOR E

SUTTON EAST TENNIS

LE CI RQUE

ARIS TH E ATRE

MA RI A N GOO DMA N G A L L ERY

TIFFANY & CO.

PAC E GALLERY

AQU AVI T C ORE: C LU B

U N I VE RSIT Y C LU B

ORGANIC AV ENUE

BAU M AN RARE BOOKS

VALENTINO CAVIAR R USS E

Place

P.J. CLARKE'S SI DECAR

1ST AVE

LITTLE COLLIN S

GOLFSMI TH SOULCYCLE

T HE M O DE RN

E QUIN OX

53RD ST

ANTICO NOÈ LA GR ENOUILLE

S AK S FI FT H AVE N U E

WA LDORF A STO RIA

EDEN FIN E A RT

SMITH & WOLLENSKY

GU ERLAIN SPA

AMER ICAN GIR L PLACE

THE SMI TH

Midtown East

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FOUR FREEDOMS PARK

PETER DETMOLD PARK

AERI AL ARTS NYC

48TH ST 2ND AVE

3RD AVE

48TH ST

LEXINGTON AVE

I DEAL CHEESE SHOP

BUTTERCUP BAKE SHOP

CRAV E FI SHBAR

THE RIVER CLUB OF NEW YORK

LE PÉRIGORD

TURTLE B AY MUSIC SC HOOL

3RD AVE

LEXINGTON AVE

PARK AVE

THE MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY

S T. PATR ICK 'S CATHEDR AL

TH E L E G O STORE

212 STEAKHOUSE

T HE RAC QU ET & T EN N IS C LU B

MADISON AVE

21 CL U B

SUTTON PLACE PARK

LA MANGEOI RE

WOLFGANG’S STEAKHOUSE

GREENMARKET

1ST AVE

THE P O L O B AR

2ND AVE

H A R RY W I NSTON

PARK AVE

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Sutton

D RYB AR

SALVATORE F E RRAG AMO

SWAR OVS K I

NB A S TO R E

42ND ST

VANDERBILT AVE

Y L

MR C HOW

W HOLE F OOD S

BLT ST EAK

MÁ P Ê CH E

5TH AVE

A

57TH ST

C O RNE L L U NI V E RS I T Y TECH C A MP U S

OAK & BARREL

LE COLONI AL

East River

HOWARD GREEN BERG GALLERY

FDR DRIVE

L OUIS VUITTON

SUTTON PLACE

B E R G DO RF G O OD M A N

U RBAN SPAC E VAN DERBILT

AMISH MARKET

UNITED NATIONS HQ

GR AN D CE N TR AL TE R M IN AL

CH RYSLE R BUILD IN G

42ND ST

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Sutton Place 252 East 57th Street is adjacent to one of New York ’s most rarif ied residential enclaves. A fashionable address since 1920, the district features some of Manhattan’s most important residences including private townhouses commissioned by the Vanderbilt and Morgan families to the city’s most venerable apartment houses including River House and One Sutton Place South. A destination for authors, actors, business titans, heads-of-state, and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, residents at 252 can enjoy the riverfront park on 57th Street.

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Star Dining Fifty-Seventh Street, and its immediate surrounds, continues to be an epicurean destination with Michelin-starred chefs and see-and-be-seen destinations. Highlights include Masa, Nobu Fifty Seven, Betony, Per Se, Má Pêche, Marea, JeanGeorges, Jams by Jonathan Waxman, Le Bernardin, Le Cirque, Mr Chow, and The Polo Bar by Ralph Lauren.

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Best of New York 57th Street anchors New York City’s premier shopping, cultural, dining, and leisure destinations, including Central Park, Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Carnegie Hall, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Plaza Hotel.

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Central Park A short walk from 252 East 57th Street. The Mall, Central Park

Boulevard of the Arts Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious venues in the world for classical music and modern performance. The Frederick P. Rose Hall at the Time Warner Center is the home to Jazz at Lincoln Center, offering programming curated by Wynton Marsalis. Bethesda Arcade, Central Park

Carnegie Hall

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The Pond, Central Park

Steps From Your Door Dylan’s Candy Bar (Owned by Dylan Lauren)

With Whole Foods Market next door, Dylan’s Candy and Serendipity 3 just blocks away, along with two SoulCycles nearby, 252 East 57th Street offers life’s epicurean delights, sweet treats, and the city’s hottest workout just steps from your door.

Whole Foods

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