With so many New Yorkers owning cars post-pandemic and everyone gearing up to race out of the city for Memorial Day Weekend (the official kickoff to summer), the residential buildings with on-site parking are in high demand. With elegant porte cocheres, landscaped motor courts and dedicated parking spaces for residents, these buildings make it easy to store your car and make a quick getaway for your weekend plans.
532 West 20th Street
Designed and developed by Joe McMillan’s DDG, 532 West 20th Street is an intimate collection of only nine full-floor condominium residences in West Chelsea. Inspired by the neighborhood’s influential art district, the building features a gallery-like exterior façade of exposed concrete and handmade, hand-laid bricks from Denmark’s Petersen Tegl.
From the private parking garage, residents have secure, direct elevator entry into their homes, each of which features a private south-facing terrace, a 50-foot-wide great room, a gas fireplace and 10-foot ceilings. The homes emphasize privacy and sanctuary in one of Manhattan’s most culturally rich and architecturally significant neighborhoods.
Vandewater is the first luxury residential condominium of its kind on Manhattan’s West Side. Located in the vibrant neighborhood of Morningside Heights, Vandewater offers 183 residences ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Designed inside and out by the celebrated INC Architecture & Design, the building is a fresh representation of the local classical neo-gothic architecture of Morningside Heights. The building boasts a landscaped, cobblestone motor court designed by renowned landscape architecture firm Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.
With its lush plantings and European sensibility, the private motor court offers an immediate sense of refinement (and the perfect place to drop off your groceries, shopping bags, and other items) upon arrival and just before entering the building’s expansive and light-filled two story lobby.
Front & York
Designed inside and out by celebrated architect Morris Adjmi, Front & York is pioneering an unprecedented amenity-driven lifestyle in DUMBO, Brooklyn’s most coveted waterfront neighborhood.
A striking porte-cochere sets the tone for residents’ arrival to this one-of-a-kind residential experience, which is home to the largest residential garage in DUMBO, complete with secured indoor parking, charging stations for electric cars, and bicycle storage with a repair station.
Located along the Hudson River where Midtown meets the Upper West Side, GID Development Group’s Waterline Square represents an unprecedented approach to urban living. The three-building luxury residential development features beautifully designed homes and an unmatched suite of amenities.
The buildings include elegant porte-cochères and valet parking garages that offer residents privacy and convenience – the ultimate luxury.
67 Vestry, the last historic loft conversion on the Tribeca waterfront, is a luxurious boutique building with quite an interesting art world backstory. Originally built in 1896 as the warehouse for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 67 Vestry was converted in the 1970s into artist’s lofts used by some of the most iconic artists of the 20th Century who worked and lived in the building.
The Romanesque revival landmark is now being restored and converted into 13 loft homes. All of the spacious loft homes at 67 Vestry are either full or half floors, providing privacy and space. Gachot, the award-winning design studio known for its work on the Glossier flagship in NYC, designed all of the homes and public spaces at 67 Vestry.
67 Vestry has an expansive amenities offering including private on-site parking for just 13 homeowners.
Located in West Chelsea along the High Line, Lantern House is Related Companies’ newest residential project designed by Thomas Heatherwick. Thomas Heatherwick’s first residential project in North America, Lantern House is named for its interpretation of the modern bay window. The design is a response to the neighborhood’s maritime warehouses and pairs hand-laid antiqued grey brickwork with industrial metal detailing and a dramatic reinvention of the bay window. Lantern House offers 181 elegantly appointed residences that each include the building’s signature three-dimensional bay windows, offering horizontal and vertical panoramas while maximizing light and views.
Lantern House features extensive state-of-the-art amenities and services including an on-site parking garage with spots available for purchase.