Live Work Townhouse in Sutton Place

Imagine recreating the entire office culture by relocating from a rigid corporate building to a relaxing ambiance of a four story townhouse.  Located in the Sutton Place section of Manhattan, just steps from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, this bright space has been vacated by a foundation that housed a collection of ancient artifacts from various civilizations.  The Foundation has recently found a new home and now the entire building is available for lease.

Steps from the 59th Street Bridge and the United Nations

The space provides a total of 6,950 square feet of indoor live/work space as well as a 1,300 square foot outdoor terrace space.  This townhouse would work great for a medical office, consulate, or other non-profit organization as the current zoning of R8 allows for certain office uses.  As a person walks through each floor of the space, one will notice the unique character of each floor.  While every floor has a few rooms, they each vary from having an open conference room adjacent to a quaint patio, to a library room with large windows, to an open area with fireplace.  This is certainly a great way to avoid the rush hour commute to the office!

Conference room with patio in background

Conference Room


Library with oak bookshelves



Open area with fireplace and oriental rug

Open Area with Fireplace


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