Are you spending your Fourth of July in New York this year? Take a look at the best places to watch the Macy’s NYC fireworks, as they have moved to launch from the Brooklyn Bridge and four barges along the lower East River.
200 East 21st Street
200 East 21st Street, is a condominium building in the Gramercy neighborhood. Residents can gather on the roof where an airy shared terrace lounge designed by Landscape Architect Halsted Welles features expansive views east and north, perfect for the firework viewing. The property is developed by Alfa Development, with sales by Douglas Elliman.
One Clinton, in prime Brooklyn Heights, will have gorgeous views of the fireworks from their 26th floor Sky Lounge, open to all residents, with views over Manhattan and the Harbor. The double-height Sky Lounge has a full kitchen, bar, and terrace, and complements the building’s other entertaining amenities, including a landscaped terrace with grilling areas and lounge spaces, and a screening room. The property is developed by The Hudson Companies, with sales by The Cornell Marshall Team at Corcoran.
5 River Park
5 River Park, rising 16 stories above quaint Cobble Hill, will have unobstructed views of the fireworks from the higher floors as well as partial views from the private children’s playground, which is part of the 20,000 square feet of amenities for only 25 residences in the building. 5 River Park is the first ground-up building in the massive River Park development, which will bring seven new residences, a school and an urgent care center by NYU Langone to the area. The property is developed by Fortis Property Group, with sales by The Eklund | Gomes and Maroni Teams from Douglas Elliman.
11 Hoyt is a new luxury, residential building located at the crossroads of Downtown Brooklyn and brownstone Brooklyn with architecture by world renown Jeanne Gang. The Sky Club, located on the 32nd floor, features private dining and entertainment spaces with panoramic city views, along with a music studio, catering kitchen, library, cinema and performance space, virtual golf/gaming room, card room and study nooks. The property is developed by Tishman Speyer, with sales by Corcoran Sunshine.
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