An exquisite luxury high-rise is burgeoning in one of Manhattan’s most exclusive enclaves.
Located at 330 East 56th Street, AKA Sutton Place—AKA Properties’ newest jewel—is offering a limited release of select condominiums for the first time ever. The price of a one-bedroom apartment begins at the $1 million mark, while a two-bedroom apartment edges at $2 million.
AKA’s fluently modern furnishings collection has been designed for comfort by Edward Asfour of New York’s Asfour Guzy Architects. Asfour’s approach to architecture and design is notable for nuanced detail, use of refined natural materials, and a distinctive humanism that complements Sutton Place’s classical prewar coffered ceilings, rich mahogany floors, and amply-proportioned, light-filled rooms.
The condo’s timeless structure casually blends into New York’s rambling vertical landscape, but is kept alive by the accommodating 24-hour Resident Service Team, which welcomes AKA residents and guests in around-the-clock amenities.
The Upper East Side property boasts a lounge featuring an open fireplace, a private screening room, and a sleek white marble bar that serves coffee, wine, and cocktails all throughout the day.
Designed by globally renowned Meyer Davis Studio, the luxurious lower level lavishes its guests with a 55-foot heated swimming pool and a fitness center equipped by Technogym. Additional indoor facilities include a private garden for leisurely strolls, and a Business Center that supplies Mac workstations with public Wi-Fi.