Luxury residential developments are going to greater lengths to attract buyers offering impressive amenities and perks for residents. Take a look at the building with exceptional roof decks and outdoor amenities that can help residents find peace after a busy day.
VU is a new 100-unit condominium building that rises 36 stories from the center of four of Manhattan’s most dynamic neighborhoods – NoMad, Flatiron, Gramercy, and Kips Bay. Developed by Minrav Development, the building includes studios to three bedrooms and two Duplex Penthouse residences with outdoor terraces. There is also a full floor of amenities dedicated to wellness and vitality designed by Paris Forino. Located on the 2nd floor, a resident lounge boasts work-from-home capabilities, state-of-the-art fitness and training center, and a quiet energy room. The beautiful rooftop terrace is located high up on the 36th floor.
Located on the corner of 18th Street and Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights, 233 Eighteenth features a collection of 20 one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominium residences. Residents will be able to perfect the art of grilling, cultivate their green thumb, or simply spend long summer evenings watching the sunset over the skyline on the building’s landscaped roof deck. However you choose to grow, your outdoor paradise is here.
Designed by Issac & Stern Architects with interiors by Lemay + EscobarRooftop, Eleven Hancock is located at 11 Hancock Place near Morningside Park just south of 125th Street. The 12-story, 130,000-square-foot building includes 71 studio, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom residences, with nearly half of them featuring private outdoor space. The rooftop lounge offers a perch from where residents can relax and entertain friends and family surrounded by Harlem’s best views. The cabanas boast gas-powered grills and sumptuous seating, perfect for soaking up summer sun or gathering for impromptu cookouts.
The 3.500 sq.ft landscaped terrace is equipped with an array of outdoor seating and barbecues, giving residents the opportunity to connect with neighbors and enjoy the bliss of an inclusive living environment.
10 Lenox, an eight-story, brick- and cast-stone building which is located on the corner of Lenox Avenue and West 111th St in Harlem ,offers 29 sophisticated residences and a wide range of outdoor amenities. The building boasts stunning Central Park views from the expansive shared rooftop amenity space with BBQ grills, an outdoor kitchen, and multiple entertaining areas for entertaining in style. Private cabanas come equipped with their own outdoor kitchens and grills.
Arbor Eighteen, an 11-story development in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn consists of 73 beautiful condominiums. On the rooftop of this Greenwood Heights building, distinct relaxation and dining areas are interspersed with birch trees and verdant plants that frame stunning views of Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty and the New York Harbor, inviting endless opportunities for get-togethers and soaking up the outdoors.
In Long Island City, residents already enjoy GALERIE’s 13,000+ square feet of amenities which include an art-filled lobby attended 24/7; indoor pool opening onto a landscaped central courtyard designed by Steven Yavanian that features a curvilinear sculpture by Allen Glatter; fitness center and movement studio; library with books selected from the MoMA PS1 bookstore; lounge; party room; children’s playroom; pet spa; stroller storage; and expansive rooftop terrace.
12-story, 33-residence luxury condominium on Park Slope designed by the award-winning design practice DXA studio, Six Garfield offers 33 one- through four-bedroom residences and thoughtful amenities that include an indoor/outdoor residents’ lounge with kitchenette; landscaped roof-deck with outdoor dining, grilling stations and lounging.
The Brooklyn Grove
From its perch in the sky, the roof deck at The Brooklyn Grove, a 184-unit condominium in Downtown Brooklyn, delivers idyllic views of Fort Greene Park and the brownstones nearby. Residents can peer out onto the borough’s nearby landmarks as they relax with a glass of wine or a good book. For al fresco get-togethers, there is a pergola, an outdoor grill and a dining area.