During the hectic summer months filled with weekend plans, vacation travel and last-minute getaways, the weekdays can feel like the only time to slow down and recharge. It’s important to continue prioritizing self-care rituals and other tasks within your wellness routine to help keep your mind and body firing on all cylinders. Residents of NYC’s top condo buildings can do that anytime during their week with the help of wellness-boosting amenities.
Take a look at some luxury residential buildings where residents can take advantage of luxurious onsite amenities that allow them to relax, rejuvenate and stay on top of their wellness during the weekdays in order to prepare for (and recover from) busy summer weekends.
200 East 83rd
200 East 83rd, the new Upper East Side condo by Robert A.M. Stern Architects with interiors by Lauren Rottet, features 86 bespoke homes and a suite of club-like amenities. The majority of spaces are situated in the middle of the 35-story tower, allowing residents to enjoy natural light and admire picturesque NYC skyline and Central Park views.
The 17th-floor pool room is home to a seventy-foot pool that allows residents to feel like they’re swimming in the sky, and the adjacent indoor/outoor Winter Garden is an ultimate relaxing place. Residents can overlook both spaces from inside the state-of-the-art fitness center and light-filled yoga studio, each with custom white oak millwork panels lining the walls and dramatic arched windows. Additional wellness amenities at 200 East 83rd include a luxurious spa and steam room, sauna and custom-designed treatment rooms; and a ground-floor wood- and leather-paneled library with an adjoining landscaped garden and a fireplace framed by bespoke marble mantelpieces, designed by Rottet Studio.
53 West 53
53 West 53 is the striking residential tower rising 1,050 feet above the Museum of Modern Art. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, it boasts the full-floor Wellness Center with over 15,000 square feet of lavish fitness and wellness amenities.
Located on the 12th floor of the 82-story building, the state-of-the-art residents’ club is managed by The Wright Fit and features a full gym, separate high- and low-energy fitness studios, a regulation squash court, golf simulator, men’s and women’s saunas and steam rooms and a luxurious spa treatment room. Residents also enjoy a naturally lit 65-foot lap pool, cold plunge pool and hot tub situated between poolside vertical gardens designed by noted French botanist Patrick Blanc that use over 3,500 plants.
Located in Chelsea near the High Line and Hudson Yards, Maverick is a modern new 21-story condominium building designed by DXA studio with a unique diamond-patterned facade. The residents of the 87 one- to four-bedroom homes will enjoy (the building is nearly complete) three levels of indoor and outdoor amenities anchored by the resort-style Recreation and Wellness Collection focused on activity and healing.
There is a private meditation room appointed with Bianco Dolomiti honed marble walls, Grigio Olivo stone floor and a backlit Himalayan salt wall. The building will also offer an on-call “spiritual concierge” to assist in meditation and other healing rituals. Additional amenities include a massage room with white oak-paneled walls, a 60-foot-long indoor pool, steam and sauna rooms, a rooftop retreat, and more.
The Midtown Manhattan luxury tower designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning Foster + Partners, Selene, offers perfect pied-à-terre residences with sweeping views of New York City.
Selene features 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 sauna, steam room, spa treatment rooms, 60-foot sunlit, arbor lined swimming pool, and more.
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