Luxury buildings emulate the hotel industry and offer amenities similar to what you would find at a five-star hotel. There are outdoor terraces, parks, and state-of-the-art fitness centers, kids’ amenity spaces and clubs that appeal to families with children, swimming pools and even on-site food and beverage options that have become increasingly popular in recent years. Real estate developers are staying on top of lifestyle and amenity trends and creating unique partnerships with top hospitality groups in order to bring food and beverage offers into residential places with incredible restaurants that are difficult to book.
7 West 57th Street
7 West 57th Street, a ground-up, 20-story boutique condominium building right off Fifth Avenue, offers residents exclusive external partnerships with neighboring establishments, including signing privileges at the newly opened restaurant Cucina 8½ next door at 9W57. Led by Executive Chef John Villa, Cucina 8½ offers an elevated dining experience with refined rustic Italian cuisine. The restaurant’s menu features a variety of dishes that are inspired by New York & Italian ingredients and culinary traditions.
Waterline Square residents in Manhattan get concierge-style access to private dining and catering services at Bellini and Harry’s Table, Empellón and Somm Cellars Wine & Spirits. Each of these offerings come with perks including priority in-building delivery, concierge-style access to the private dining room and catering, etc. Located along the Hudson River where Midtown meets the Upper West Side, Waterline Square comprises three buildings designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, Richard Meier & Partners Architects and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and features a 100,000-square-foot amenity center designed by Rockwell Group.
Four Seasons One Dalton
Looking for a reservation at the much-coveted Japanese restaurant Zuma? Now, Boston residents at the Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street can get priority reservations. The new luxury condominium and a five-star hotel in the city’s historic Back Bay neighborhood also offers priority reservations at One + One, a second-floor restaurant managed by Four Seasons; and Trifecta, a lively cocktail bar. Residents can also arrange for meals to be prepared and served in their home or in 50/50, the 50th-floor residents-only lounge with spectacular views overlooking the city, a private terrace, bar and plenty of room to entertain. 50/50 is programmed daily with breakfast and dinner service, with menus curated specifically for residents by the Four Seasons hotel’s executive chef.
40 West 12th
Designed by Atlanta-based firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, 40 West 12th is a 16-story tower that sits within the massive $530 million mixed-use development called 1105 West Peachtree that lured both Google and the food-forward Epicurean. Residents of 40 West 12th enjoy access to The Epicurean’s services, including private event catering, poolside dining and priority reservations at the hotel’s three restaurants: Reverence, a chef-driven signature restaurant with local cuisine; Aerial Kitchen & Bar, a globally-influenced rooftop grille found on 40 West 12th’s Sky Terrace; and The Office Bar, situated in the lobby upon entrance.
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