The 95th Academy Awards will be presented this Sunday, in a ceremony held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The biggest night in Hollywood will honor films released in 2022 and there’s nothing like watching the Academy Awards on a giant screen with a group of friends and an award-worthy cocktail. That’s why residents of No. 33 Park Row, Chelsea Barracks, 53 West 53, and The Cortland will love the buildings’ high-design super luxurious screening rooms that are perfect for hosting friends to watch all the nominated films and enjoy the awards ceremony.
Take a look at these luxurious screening rooms that go above and beyond to elevate the viewing experience.
Chelsea Barracks – a former military base in the Belgravia neighborhood of London – is being transformed into a collection of apartments, mews, townhouses and penthouses designed around landscaped green spaces and traditional English gardens. Its residents will enjoy access to a range of five-star services and thousands of square feet of amenities. The Garrison Club features a 13,000 square foot private spa, 65-foot swimming pool, fitness center, private training studio, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, business suite, 16-seat cinema, resident lounge, board rooms, private function room, and a games room, in addition to lifestyle services, facilitated by a 24-hour on-site concierge. The super plush 16-seat screening room pays homage to British craftsmanship and combines British elements with modern accents throughout. Designed by multiple London-based luxury design studios, the screening room uses a contemporary palette of unique stones, woods and metals that are rare and unusual while still elegant and understated.
No. 33 Park Row
No. 33 Park Row, the first residential project in NYC designed by acclaimed Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers and partner Graham Stirk of RSHP (formerly Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners), is a boutique residential building located across the street from City Hall Park in Downtown Manhattan. The building includes a limited edition of 30 one- to five-bedroom residences and penthouses and a curated collection of services and amenities. It features an indoor/outdoor fitness center and yoga studio, outdoor kitchenette and dining area, a 24-hour doorman attended lobby and concierge, rooftop terrace, library, craft studio, screening room and bike storage. The project’s cozy screening room can accommodate up to 12 people and has a wet bar for serving drinks and snacks.
53 West 53
At 53 West 53 impeccably curated amenities, staff and services elevate the living experience at 53 West 53 and the building’s over 30,000 square feet of extraordinary amenities and deeply personalized, five-star-hotel-level services transcend even the most discerning expectations. A beautiful screening room is designed by Thierry Despont and features ambient lighting, rich finishes, 18 theater-inspired seats, and a massive screen.
The Cortland represents a unique collaboration between two of the world’s leading architecture practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. The latter also designed the amenities that have all the style and sophistication of a private members club in the city and were curated by Related Life. A family room with casual seating, games, ping pong and built-in TVs connects to an immersive theater and screening room. Sliding walls between each room allow them to be combined to form one large gathering space perfect for hosting a party, enjoying a family movie night or an immersive movie alone.
11 Hoyt boasts an expansive range of impressive amenities which are spread across 55,000 sq ft, including the Sky Club located on the 32nd floor. The Sky Club features private dining and entertainment spaces, including a cinema with breathtaking panoramic views. The screen is perfect for watching the Oscars while also admiring the panoramic views of brownstone Brooklyn, the Manhattan skyline, the East River, the Statue of Liberty, and New York Harbor.
The Solaire, Manhattan’s premier green building, offers several amenities, including a media room perfect for watching the awards. Designed by the renowned architects COOKFOX, The Solaire was one of the first LEED-certified buildings in the U.S., now it offers the first opportunity to own a residence in the sought-after Battery Park City location directly overlooking the Hudson River.
378 West End Avenue
378 West End Avenue is a new condominium on Manhattan’s Upper West Side designed by COOKFOX Architects, which features over 11,000 square feet of amenities. Residents can have the ultimate Oscars party in The Club Room with its screening lounge, billiards table and separate catering kitchen.
450 Washington offers the last opportunity to own a new development home on the Hudson River waterfront in Tribeca and gives residents a wide range of amenities, including a lounge that can be reserved exclusively for a catered Oscars watch party. During commercials, residents can go practice their swing in the golf simulator lounge right next door.
Flatiron House comprises two distinct buildings connected by a shared interior garden with a total of 44 residences with architecture and interiors by COOKFOX Architects. Adjacent to the tranquil outdoor garden and resident’s lounge, the Game Room features a billiards table, a dining area for entertaining, and a large film screen perfect for gathering around and watching the stars walk the red carpet.
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