The 4th of July fireworks will light up the New York City skyline over the East River around 9:25 PM on Monday. Brooklyn Point, One Manhattan Square, One United Nations Park, and Front & York condominium towers are among the best places to watch the nation’s best and largest Independence day celebration. Not to mention, these developments also come with the perfect setup to grill and barbecue.
The highest infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere at Brooklyn Point is probably the best rooftop destination to watch the 4th of July fireworks. Situated 680 feet above the ground, the 27-foot-long pool provides nearly 360-degree views of the skyline and is surrounded by lounge chairs, al fresco dining areas, and an outdoor movie screening space, as well as a stargazing observatory. Residents can barbecue during their Fourth of July celebrations, all they need to do is to head down from the pool to the beautiful ninth-floor landscaped terrace that is fully equipped with an al fresco kitchen with gas grills and dining areas.
FRONT & YORK
Designed inside and out by celebrated architect Morris Adjmi, Front & York in DUMBO features one of the most sought-after amenities – the spacious rooftop. Perfect for watching the NYC fireworks this 4th of July, the rooftop is complete with a dining terrace offering grill stations and dining space, as well as an adjacent luxurious pool deck with cabanas. Front & York’s rooftop terrace connects to the rest of the development’s amenities, creating the ideal space for extraordinary indoor-outdoor entertaining this summer.
ONE MANHATTAN SQUARE
With 40,000 square feet of outdoor space at One Manhattan Square on the Lower East Side, there is definitely plenty of room to enjoy a summer barbecue while admiring the Fourth of July fireworks. In addition to several grilling stations with high-top seating, all overlooking the East River and Manhattan Bridge, there is also an outdoor kitchen, ping-pong tables, and an adult treehouse on stilts.
ONE UNITED NATIONS PARK
The luxury residential tower in Midtown East One United Nations Park offers a collection of 148 condominium residences that overlook the East River and Manhattan skyline. With these sweeping views, several of the luxury homes are perfect for viewing Macy’s 4th of July fireworks. In addition to these private waterfront views, the building’s Tower Lounge boasts views of the East River where residents can also catch a glimpse of the fireworks. Additional amenities at the building include a top-of-the-line fitness center with a private training studio, 70-foot indoor lap pool, sauna, steam room, and more. Residents can also access a private underground parking garage through a gracious porte-cochère and underground motor court.
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