To keep themselves active and engaged in 2023 and beyond, residents of the slew of new luxury buildings in NYC don’t even need to step outside their homes. These properties offer ideal amenities for winter wellness so residents can practice self-care without leaving their buildings to get the full experience.
Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue (685 Fifth, Manhattan)
685 Fifth Avenue – Manhattan’s most prestigious address that once served as Gucci headquarters – is now home to Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue. Residents can live in lavish homes that offer all the legendary services of the Mandarin Oriental brand and also enjoy an abundance of upscale wellness amenities. There is a residents-only Boulud Prive, a full-floor indoor and outdoor restaurant with sweeping views (the first private dining concept by Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud), a yoga studio, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, as well as a private salon so residents can get pampered in 5-star luxury without having to leave their home.
Olympia (30 Front Street, Brooklyn)
Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by Fortis alongside UAG, Olympia is a new condominium building in Dumbo. It offers 76 hand-crafted homes and ample wellness-focused amenities. Olympia’s 10th floor features an indoor lap pool with stone tile mosaic flooring that evokes Dumbo’s iconic cobblestone streets and floor-to-ceiling windows. Perfect for winter months, residents have access to Olympia’s steam room and dry sauna, as well as wellness services in the treatment room, and stay active in the state-of-the-art spin studio, fitness center and movement room. The building’s juice bar serves a healthy post-workout replenishment and furry residents can even feel pampered at the pet spa. The grand lobby welcomes residents into a communal Garden Lounge, which provides a touch of nature in the colder months with lush greenery, intimate stone and wood sculptural details.
The Deermar (262 9th Street, Brooklyn)
Located in the heart of Park Slope, The Deermar is a luxury rental building that features biophilic design by Whitehall Interiors. The amenity package includes the Garden Lounge, which boasts oversized trees, climbing ivy, lush greenery and a double-sided fireplace shared with a tranquil outdoor garden. The in-house fitness center also features state-of-the-art machines to keep fit all winter long, along with biophilic design details like serene, hand-printed wallpaper from Brooklyn-based Flavor Paper, wood flooring and ergonomic floor coverings in the gym area.
Skyline Tower (3 Court Square, Queens)
Skyline Tower, the 778-foot tall building in Long Island City designed by Hill West Architects and Whitehall Interiors, boasts a bi-level spa facility for the ultimate winter wellness refuge. The wellness space features a 75-foot indoor pool, a cedar-planked sauna, a steam room, a Whirlpool spa, and his-and-her locker rooms, plus a spacious fitness center with a yoga and pilates room stocked with equipment. Even pets can receive special treatment in Skyline Tower’s pet spa.
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