Spacious, sophisticated, city residences on the river.

The Sovereign is a premier luxury New York City co-operative residence
designed by famed architects, Emery Roth and Sons. Located along the
East River in the Sutton Place neighborhood at 58th Street, the Sovereign
brings the best of urban and suburban lifestyles together in a landscaped setting.
Unique waterfront parks at the end of the street allow residents to have
a relaxing escape by the river.

The building features dramatic views of the East River, 59th Street Bridge, and
iconic New York structures. Each unique apartment has nine-foot ceilings,
spacious floor plans, expansive windows and many with oversized terraces,
making the most of this breathtaking vantage point.

Apartments at the Sovereign range from gracious 1,400 square feet one
bedroom layouts to sprawling 4,600 square feet six bedroom layouts. Many
apartments have been combined to make for even larger units. With four elevator
banks, every floor has two residences per elevator landing allowing for
exceptional privacy for each homeowner. Each apartment receives deliveries by
separate service elevators. Our secure premise, surrounded by beautifully
landscaped gardens, is a welcoming environment for city living.

This luxurious complex provides a range of amenities:

• 24-hour doorman, security desk and concierge service
• 24-hour garage with valet parking from the front door of the building
• 24-hour engineering staff on duty
• State-of-the-art gym facility
• Pet-friendly
• Storage bins
• Bicycle room
• Gourmet French and Italian restaurants adjacent to the premises
• Hi-tech package and laundry notification via BuildingLink system

Located in the prime Upper East Side area, the residence is in close proximity
to premium restaurants, markets, theaters, major museums, and upscale
shopping. There is a children’s park, nursery school and tennis courts within
one block of the property as well. The Sovereign is also situated close to the
FDR drive providing easy access to New Jersey, The Hamptons, Connecticut,
and upstate New York.