Surrounded by Midtown East, Lenox Hill, and Turtle Island, the neighborhood of Sutton Place is considered to be one of the most prestigious addresses in all of Manhattan. Sutton Place offers the affluent unprecedented privacy from the hustle and bustle (and traffic) of Midtown while it maintains a "village"-like feel. Those looking to rent their next apartment in Sutton Place may find it difficult as the neighborhood has a limited number of grand, notoriously selective co-op apartment buildings and stunning townhouses. One of the most famous buildings in the neighborhood, One Sutton Place, is currently occupied by a Heinz heiress and is well-known for its arched driveways, wrought-iron gates and impeccably manicured gardens.
Neighborhood: Sutton Place, Manhattan
Population: 871, with a population density of approximately 73,823 people/sq. mile *(Manhattan population density is 69,071people/sq. mile per 2010 data)
Adjacent Neighborhoods: Midtown East, Lenox Hill, Turtle Bay…