From indoor lap lanes and bright basketball courts to temperature-controlled indoor spaces that mimic the outdoors, these luxurious condominiums allow their residents to stay active and energized no matter the season.
Century Plaza’s two new 44-story glass residential towers, 211 Elm and 115 Park, feature 268 one to four-bedroom homes, masterfully designed by internationally renowned architects Pei, Cobb, Freed & Partners. Both towers will have a temperature-controlled wine room with private storage lockers, children’s playroom, screening room, game room, library, private dining room, cabana-lined outdoor pool, and gardens with a spacious lawn. Owners will also enjoy a maintained dog park, spa-inspired bathrooms, and a team of on-demand concierge, butlers, and valets, as well as a banquet-sized dining room with a catering kitchen.
40 West 12th
40 West 12th Street is a 16-story tower located within a massive $530 million mixed-use development. Designed by Atlanta-based firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio and developed by Selig Enterprises and Rockefeller Group, the condominium features 64 high-design residences and offers a variety of exceptional amenities. To stay active no matter the season, residents have access to an all-season, high-level pool where they can swim or lounge beneath retractable floor-to-ceiling windows, next to a deck with sweeping views of Midtown.
150 East 78th
Designed by the award-winning Robert A.M. Stern Architects, 150 East 78th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side features residences ranging from three to five bedrooms, as well as curated amenity spaces designed by AD100 interior designer Robert Couturier. Included in the substantial amenity collection is one of the few private resident regulation squash courts in Manhattan. As part of the building’s Athletic Club, the court allows for physical recreation any time of year. The court also features a retractable basketball hoop.
200 East 59th
200 East 59th Street is a luxury condominium tower designed by CetraRuddy. Each of its 67 residences features walls of floor-to-ceiling glass that open onto expansive private outdoor spaces, redefining the indoor-outdoor experience. This concept translates to the all-new amenities level, which includes a double-height residents lounge fitted with an open-concept catering kitchen, dining room, and fireplace sitting area. Through massive expanses of glass encompassing the space, the room places residents into the hustle and bustle of the Midtown Manhattan streetscape. Adjacent to the lounge, there is also a bright, windowed fitness center.
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