Gyms are now a key feature that sets properties apart in an already fiercely competitive market. Waking up in the morning and knowing that there’s a fitness center a minute away makes the world of difference to residents. Furthermore, people who commit to staying healthy can also enjoy unique views and an abundance of natural light as gyms at some of luxury Manhattan residential buildings are set at street level or above. With the heat of the summer approaching, they allow residents to enjoy the scenery and light from outside during their workout, without leaving the comfort of their building.
Take a look at NYC’s newest residential projects that feature beautiful fitness centers filled with natural light.
Located in the heart of NoMad at 15 East 30th Street, Madison House is the tallest residential building in the neighborhood. The building boast stunning interiors by Gachot Studios and architecture by Handel Architects. Madison House features over 30,000 square feet of Gachot-designed, club-style amenities spaces for both wellness and leisure. A full 120 feet above street level, residents can find an athletic club and gym. The double-height gym, with walnut-wood paneled walls and floor-to-ceiling windows, offers an abundance of natural light as well as views of the neighborhood. Above the athletic club is a children’s playroom, billiards room and golf simulator.
505 W 43
505 W 43 is the new Midtown luxury condo that features architecture by ODA and interiors by Andres Escobar & Associates. The building has 122 stylish studio to three-bedroom residences and hotel-level suite of amenities. The fitness center features a wood-paneled ceiling and mirrored walls that maximize the natural light that floods in through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Incorporating equipment for strength training, cardio and stretching, the beautiful fitness center opens directly into 505 W 43’s serene 6,000-square-foot open-air courtyard garden.
200 East 59th Street
200 East 59th Street, a newly completed New York skyscraper located at the intersection of the Upper East Side and Midtown East, is designed inside and out by award-winning firm CetraRuddy. Residents at the building have exclusive access to a slew of indoor-outdoor experiences on the amenities level, including a residents lounge with a catering kitchen, fireplace nook and large outdoor deck with plenty of seating. There is also light-filled state-of-the-art, double-height fitness center overlooking the Midtown neighborhood.
180 East 88th Street
Situated in the Upper East Side’s coveted Carnegie Hill neighborhood, 180 East 88th Street is a striking condominium tower offering only 46 graciously appointed residences. The condominium’s extensive amenity selection includes a state-of-the art expansive fitness center which is situated on a higher floor to allow for an abundance of natural light and provide outdoor views. The space leads to a private yoga studio. In addition to the fitness center, 180 East 88th Street also features a partial indoor soccer field and indoor half-court basketball court, as well as a game room, residential lounge, wine room and children’s playroom. 180 East 88th Street has been designed and developed by Joe McMillan’s DDG and partner Global Holdings.
No. 33 Park Row
The first residential project in NYC designed by acclaimed Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers and partner Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, No. 33 Park Row features just 30 residences, located across the street from City Hall Park in Downtown Manhattan. Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed the boutique residential building’s amenity spaces to take advantage of the site’s light and views. There is a fifth-floor fitness center that features wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking City Hall Park and an outdoor yoga studio perfect for fresh air workouts above the trees.
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