September is National Yoga Month – a perfect time to adopt a healthier lifestyle and find your inner zen. Several luxury condo buildings in NYC incorporate yoga amenities where residents can discover the numerous benefits that this ancient practice offers.
We’ve rounded up 6 residential developments with yoga amenities and studios dedicated to meditation.
547 West 47th Street, The West Residence Club
A transformative, move-in-ready luxury condominium in the heart of Manhattan’s west side, The West Residence Club at 547 West 47th Street includes various amenities for self-improvement. The third level of the building features a double-height, state-of-the-art indoor/outdoor fitness center with a yoga and pilates studio all curated by The Wright Fit, creating a meaningful and encouraging space for personal fitness. The yoga studio provides residents with everything they need to fully celebrate National Yoga Month including yoga mats and blocks. Plus, with the fitness center opening directly onto a landscaped outdoor terrace, residents can take advantage of the mild September weather by bringing their mats outside for a relaxing yoga session in the fresh air.
The Midtown Manhattan luxury tower designed by the Pritzker Prize winning Foster + Partners, has relaunched as Selene, a fully realized contemporary landmark. The building boasts the tower home and gallery-style residences, as well as its very own urban sanctuary, complete with four floors of luxurious wellness and social amenities to expand the boundaries of the residences. Encompassing the fourth floor, the wellness-focused amenity spaces include a windowed yoga room, offering a quiet and beautiful space for yoga practice, easy stretching, and other light exercise.
The Cortland, designed by two of the world’s leading architectural practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig, is located on the waterfront in West Chelsea. The project offers an array of health and wellness amenities for residents to enjoy, including a private yoga studio equipped with yoga mats, room for stretching, and group fitness classes where residents can find their inner zen.
212 West 72nd Street
212 West 72nd Street, developed by Centurion Property Investors and redesigned by Cetraruddy, offers 126 new residences as well as the third-floor amenity level, which features a landscaped outdoor fitness space that can be used for yoga, meditation or private training sessions. The unique terrace is accessible from the building’s windowed fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, a state-of-the-art outfitted with stationary bikes, treadmills and strength-training equipment. The outdoor fitness area has memorable design features, such as a wooden pergola draped in florals.
Spanning 100,000 square feet, Waterline Square‘s extraordinary shared amenity center, the Waterline Club, is one of the largest and most comprehensive in New York City. The luxury condo and rental development’s impressive collection features every sports and fitness space residents could want, including a dedicated yoga and barre studio with a mirror and equipment. Classes are offered regularly for residents. After exercising, residents can relax in the Club’s steam room, sauna, hot tub or massage treatment rooms.
180 East 88th Street
Situated in the Upper East Side’s coveted Carnegie Hill neighborhood, 180 East 88th Street by Joe McMillan’s DDG is a striking condominium tower offering only 46 residences and an extensive amenity selection. There is a state-of-the-art fitness center and private yoga studio. The wellness space is situated on a higher floor to allow for an abundance of natural light and provide outdoor views.
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