Developers have been hard at work stocking their condos with amenities to appeal to demanding homebuyers. Outdoor and indoor pools are among the top amenities that are instrumental in attracting new residents in the post-pandemic environment.
Pools that offer both beautiful form and desirable function are among the distinctive features that often help close the deal for many homebuyers, that’s why interior designers are transforming the dull, dark indoor pools into fascinating destinations with retractable glass walls, glowing ceilings that simulate natural light and luxe materials like travertine that elevate design.
40 West 12th Street, Atlanta
Designed by Atlanta-based firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, 40 West 12th Street 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 Epicurean. The condominium, developed by Selig Enterprises and Rockefeller Group, features 64 stunning residences perfect for homebuyers looking for a high-design lifestyle with unmatched access to the outdoors.
40 West 12th presents a medley of exceptional amenities, with an all-season, high-level pool as one of its highlights. Residents are able to swim or lounge beneath retractable floor-to-ceiling windows, next to a deck with sweeping views of Midtown.
A one-of-a-kind collection of 16 exquisitely finished oceanfront residences spread across 12 stories, Arte is the first-ever project in the United States by the legendary Italian architecture and design partnership of Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel in collaboration with Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design.
The Miami Beach condominium is home to a full suite of luxury resort-style services and amenities, including a 75’ indoor lap pool with travertine decking, onyx accents, and easy outdoor access.
Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston
At the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences One Dalton Street in Boston, developer Carpenter & Company is taking advantage of the building’s impressive height – the building is the tallest residential tower in all of Boston and New England – to give all residents sweeping views of the Boston skyline.
The development’s indoor 65-foot lap pool is located on the 24th floor and encased by floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing swimmers to admire the unobstructed views of the city and its surroundings in every direction, from Boston Harbor to the Berkshire Mountains and Cape Cod shores.
Rose Hill, New York
Developed by Rockefeller Group, the original builders of Rockefeller Center, and designed with a vintage flair, Rose Hill is the all-new 45-story luxury condominium tower in NoMad. CetraRuddy, the global architecture firm known for successfully blending modern design with crafted detail, conceived the Art Deco building as a tribute to the historic firm’s greatest creation in all aspects including the interior design of the pool space.
Taking inspiration from the public bath houses of the 30s and 40s and the Spirit of Normandy ship directly, Rose Hill’s 50-foot pool is clad in hand-wrought tiles and trim with deep turquoise handmade tiles from Vermont. The artful center masterpiece, at the end of the space, pays homage to women and the Amazon goddesses of the time period.