|N Q R 4 5 6||Lexington Av-59 St||9 min||0.39 mi|
|E M 6||Lexington Av-53 St||11 min||0.48 mi|
|F||Lexington Av||12 min||0.54 mi|
|E M 6||51st St||15 min||0.66 mi|
|6||68th St||15 min||0.66 mi|
|E M||5th Av||16 min||0.73 mi|
|N Q R||5th Av||19 min||0.84 mi|
|S 4 5 6 7||Grand Central||21 min||0.94 mi|
|S 4 5 6 7||42 Street - Grand Central||21 min||0.94 mi|
|F||57th St||22 min||0.98 mi|
|P.S. 059 Beekman Hill International||K - 5||7 min||0.33 mi|
|East Side Elementary School, PS 267||PK - 5||9 min||0.41 mi|
|J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch||6 - 8||43 min||1.92 mi|
Located along the East River, just south of the Queensboro Bridge, Sutton Place is considered one of the most affluent areas of Manhattan.
Named for Effingham B. Sutton who bought land in the late 1870’s this area was initially home to factories and breweries.
Eventually, the area because an attractive area to build; particularly after the opening of the nearby Queensboro Bridge.