Everyone knows, whether a football fan or not, Sundays are game day! Obviously more fun to enjoy with a group, the first option is usually a sports bar. However, sports bars in major cities are usually jam packed on game days… you can’t see the TV, you probably won’t get a seat, your wing order takes forever – you might as well have stayed home to cheer on your team. You are about to discover the luxury developments that have the best entertaining spaces for residents to watch football, whether it be solo or hosting a group of friends. From spaces with over-sized flat screen TVs, communal seating, BBQs, outdoor heaters, fire pits and more – luxury developments are providing the most enjoyable and swanky environments to watch the big game.
Nine on The Hudson, K. Hovnanian Homes’ premier 278-unit condo building in West New York, NJ provides its residents with the ultimate entertainment areas, with over 40,000 SF of amenity space, offering a vibrant living experience. The landscape green terrace with large screen televisions and barbeque grills create the perfect environment to cheer on your favorite football team while cooking wings and the rest of your favorite game day foods – with family and friends. A communal rooftop lounge boasting private cabanas, fire-pits and outdoor heaters is the perfect spot to hangout during half time for a quick break. The indoor bar is also a great spot to watch the game with its large screen TV.
Summit New York, a luxury rental in Midtown Manhattan boasts a backyard terrace and sundeck on the 6th floor Club Level, featuring an outdoor TV/screening, BBQ and a fireplace – perfect for hosting your friends and family for game day. Residents can also escape to The Sky Lounge on the 42nd floor to enjoy a first-class socializing experience with private dining room, TV, fireplace, wet bar, terrace and outdoor grill to watch their favorite football team.
Miami’s elite enclave, Oceana Bal Harbour, takes Sunday football to the next level with its climate-controlled cabanas and on-demand food and drink service by the residents-only restaurant, Ballerina. The expansive, Piero Lissoni-designed poolside retreats are outfitted with LCD screens with Football steaming services, lounge seating, private kitchenettes and bathrooms. Cabanas for Sunday football hosting are available to residents upon availability and can be reserved in advanced via the Oceana Bal Harbour mobile app. Residences start at $3 million to $33 million.
Invite your friends over for a spirited party at Villa Lissoni at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, a two-story villa home (the first of 15 standalone villas) that doubles as an entertainment mecca. Designed by Italian architect Piero Lissoni, the residence has a custom Boffi kitchen where you can prepare game-day snacks, a pull-down projector screen where you can cheer on your favorite team, and a landscaped backyard and barbecue where you can grill dinner for your guests. The residence, which also comes with a private infinity-edge pool, is on the market for $5.4 million.
K.Hovnanian Homes’ Four Ponds at Lincroft and The Residences at Columbia Park boast spacious basements, perfect for hosting football viewing parties and entertaining family and friends. With open-space floor plans, these downstairs living spaces provide a personal setting for fall football gatherings.
Luxury Manhattan condominium 277 Fifth Avenue boasts a two-floor amenity suite with an entertaining lounge that is ideal for hosting football watching parties, with a separate bar and catering pantry, along with a private dining room. Designed by starchitect Jeffrey Beers with a spacious, open layout, the amenity suite features a kids’ club and games lounge with a custom Ping-Pong table, perfect for keeping kids occupied and clearly visible to parents socializing in the stylish setting.
To kick off this year’s football season, Hell’s Kitchen premier luxury rental 525 West 52nd Street (525W52), is hosting an old-school tailgate in the sports lounge for its residents, complete with game day bites and beers. In partnership with LIVunLtd, residents at 525W52 can take advantage of the sports lounge this season which includes five flat-screen televisions, all with RedZone access.
Residents at 1000M, the 74-story luxury condominium coming to Chicago, can cheer on the Bears in 1000M’s theater with cinema-style seating or the billiards lounge and game room. To celebrate wins, residents can head up to Club 1000 after the game, 1000M’s full-service bar and lounge on the 72nd floor, for a celebratory drink.
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