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20 Sutton Place South is a boutique building with only 82 families in residence. It offers a variety of spacious apartments on its 20 floors ranging from two to five homes per floor. The cooperative’s configuration has three, two and one bedroom apartments, among which are four duplexes and two penthouses. Among the distinguishing characteristics of the building are 14 apartments with garden terraces and 20 apartments with working fireplaces. Three apartments have detached maids’ rooms with bathrooms, often used as offices, guest accommodations, or playrooms for children, while numerous other apartments have inside maids’ rooms with bathrooms. Many apartments offer views of the East River while others feature expansive city views.

Families from around the world have come to call 20 Sutton Place South home. Today, there are families of all ages residing in the building – some with toddlers, school age and grown children. Most importantly, 20 Sutton Place South is much more than just a residence. It is a community where long-standing friendships have been formed, and it offers its residents a warm, open and helpful atmosphere. It is a building which many have called home not just for years, but decades.

The building’s staff collectively average nearly 20 years of service. They know the residents personally, are tremendously helpful and provide support in every possible way. Having staff go above and beyond is a way of life at 20 Sutton Place South. There is nothing more welcoming after a long day at work, or upon returning from a trip, than being greeted at the front door - day or night - with a friendly staff smile and a hand to help with whatever packages a resident has in tow.

Over the years, 20 Sutton Place South attracted the attention of many notable New Yorkers. Some former homeowners were:
  • Henri Bendel, founder of Belgian shoes and the nephew of the luxury retailer Henri Willis Bendel;
  • Dr. Robert Atkins, creator of the Atkins Diet;
  • Nicola “Nick” D’Agostino, one of the two founding brothers of D’Agostino Supermarkets;
  • Margarita Delacorte of the Dell Publishing family. The statue of Alice in Wonderland in Central Park was commissioned by George Delacorte as a tribute to Margarita, his first wife; and,
  • Leon Leonidoff, producer of Radio City Music Hall shows for more than 42 years.
Over the years, 20 Sutton Place South attracted the attention of many notable New Yorkers. Some former homeowners were:
  • Henri Bendel, founder of Belgian shoes and the nephew of the luxury retailer Henri Willis Bendel;
  • Dr. Robert Atkins, creator of the Atkins Diet;
  • Nicola “Nick” D’Agostino, one of the two founding brothers of D’Agostino Supermarkets;
  • Margarita Delacorte of the Dell Publishing family. The statue of Alice in Wonderland in Central Park was commissioned by George Delacorte as a tribute to Margarita, his first wife;
  • Leon Leonidoff, producer of Radio City Music Hall shows for more than 42 years.
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