There is something for everyone when it comes to the great game of golf. Many people hit the course to exercise, set new goals and knock more strokes off their score, build their character, or even make new friends. Golfers who play alone noticed that the game can help ease anxiety and relax. Indeed, when it’s just you, your club, and the ball, it’s easy to allow the rest of your problems to slip away. Taking into consideration all those benefits and the fact that people are looking to play golf without leaving their cities, many luxury residential developments offer golf simulator amenities to allow residents to continue practicing their swings without having to leave their buildings.
Madison House, a new condo tower located in the heart of NoMad, boasts stunning interiors by Gachot Studios and architecture by Handel Architects. The tallest residential building in its neighborhood has a sports lounge and High Definition Golf Simulator that allows you to play some of the best golf courses in the world. With one of the largest amenities offerings in NoMad, Madison House has over 30,000 square feet of space dedicated to leisure and wellness.
Designed by Jean Nouvel the Pritzker Prize-winning architect, 53 West 53 has the Wellness Center with a large golf simulator by aboutGOLF. The simulator provides an environment that is as real as modern technology allows and offers playing options from around the globe and courses include terrain, trees and foliage all in real three-dimensional objects – if you hit them with a golf ball they will impact your play just like when playing outdoors. The golf simulator features a number of additional entertainment add-ons that can be played in the simulator using the available equipment.
The Cortland, a NYC-based development located across from the Hudson River Park in West Chelsea, includes 144 residences designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. Olson Kundig was also responsible for the design of the building’s expansive amenities program. It features an array of extraordinary, state-of-the-art wellness and entertainment amenities fit for residents of all ages, evoking the feel of a private members club. Outfitted as a Topgolf Swing Suite, the “Crow’s Nest” Golf Simulator Lounge is an immersive virtual gaming experience that includes access to over 84 golf courses, such as Pebble Beach and Bethpage Black, plus other games like baseball, hockey, soccer and dodgeball, among others. The lounge also has a bar equipped with a kegerator, allowing residents to enjoy a cold beer while practicing their golf swing.
Four Seasons One Dalton
Located in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, Four Seasons One Dalton offers residents all the perks of a five-star hospitality experience. Residents enjoy spectacular amenities managed by Four Seasons, including a unique golf simulator room. Complete with a wet bar, this is the ideal place to relax and perfect your swing without even having to leave home.
The St. Regis Residences, Boston
Situated in the heart of Boston’s Seaport District, The St. Regis Residences, Boston is a new luxury condominium on the last remaining residential waterfront development site on the Boston Harbor. Residents have access to the elegant Grand Lounge, where they can enjoy craft cocktails at the bar, watch a ballgame on the big screen or practice their golf swing on the sports simulator.
Bentley Motors’ first-ever branded residential tower Bentley Residences is located in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach neighborhood. Developed by Dezer Development and designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, this 62-story condominium building is projected to have more than 200 luxury residences. Bentley Residences boasts state-of-the-art amenities, including an exclusive game room with golf and other simulators, VR activities, and an upscale movie theater with plush seats to mimic a Bentley car.
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