Nothing is more reinvigorating than a healthy sweat in the sauna. Tension fades, muscles relax, and feeling revived we are ready for whatever the day may bring. Indeed, saunas and steam rooms unwind muscles and soothe aches and pains in both muscles and joints. Their heat reduces the levels of cortisol in our blood and stimulates the production of serotonin – our “happy hormone” that makes us feel excellent.
There is no time better than the cold months to take advantage of all the benefits saunas can offer. To eliminate any hassle of the experience, the residences below have saunas and steam rooms in their buildings. Homeowners don’t need a spa membership to enjoy these self-care tools.
One High Line
Developed by Witkoff Group & Access Industries, One High Line is a luxury condominium project spanning a full city block in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood. It is comprised of two sculptural twisting travertine towers designed by the world-class Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. Home to one of the best saunas in the city, One High Line Residences provides the ultimate relaxation experience for its residents. The sauna boasts contemporary wooden paneling, meanwhile, the steam room offers a soothing experience, inviting residents to sit back and unwind as the steam envelops them.
Inspired by West Chelsea’s historical architecture and rich heritage, The Cortland, located at 555 W 22nd Street, is striking a new presence on the Hudson waterfront. Hand-crafted and American-made, the building represents a unique collaboration between two architectural icons, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. The Cortland’s expansive amenities program designed by Olson Kundig and activated by Related Life evokes a private members club. The Cortland’s health and wellness amenities include an 11,200 square foot health club with a 75-foot lap pool, a wood-lined yoga studio and a private pilates studio. The spa with treatment room, sauna and locker rooms connects to added activity spaces – including a squash court with half-court basketball, golf simulator and bar/kitchenette – to offer a wide range of options for recreation.
Ideally located between Riverside Park and Central Park, 96+Broadway is the much-anticipated Upper West Side luxury condominium building situated on 250 West 96th Street. Developed by private real estate development and investment firm, JVP Management, and designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, it provides timeless design combined with a suite of premium amenities designed for modern living. The 23-story building features a diverse mix of 131 skillfully-crafted residences ranging from one- to five-bedroom layouts. Amongst its impressive wellness amenities package – which includes a 75-foot saltwater pool, a spa, a pilates room, and a regulation squash court – residents can find the perfect retreat in the sauna and steam room.
90 Morton Street
90 Morton Street, APT PH-9B, is a $19,150,000 home that has recently hit the market with broker Maria E. Daou of Coldwell Banker Warburg. This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom West Village penthouse features an expansive living area with a gas fireplace, oversized black steel windows, a massive corner terrace, a modern kitchen, and a library that can convert into a fourth bedroom. The primary bedroom includes an elegant bathroom with a built-in tub and a large shower.
This new condominium building includes an array of amenities, including a private library, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an indoor spa pool, and a sauna that allows residents to turn every day a spa day!
171 East 84th Street, Apt 29BCD is on the market for $6,100,000 with broker Harriet Kaufman of Coldwell Banker Warburg. This nine-room residence includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms and three balconies. Owners can enjoy panoramic views from the living room, dining room, and kitchen.
This unit is located in Evans Tower, a full-service luxury condominium building on the Upper East Side. Residents have access to two rooftop decks, an enclosed rooftop pool, a gym, and a sauna.
The $4,995,000 Apt 33N at 200 East 65th Street has been listed by broker Wendy Greenbaum of Coldwell Banker Warburg. Located on the 33rd floor, this light-filled, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home includes 10-foot ceilings, custom moldings, and a primary bedroom with views of the East River and much more, with an ensuite bathroom and a dressing room. This unit is located in Bristol Plaza, a white glove condominium building with a number of amenities, including a landscaped sundeck, a fitness center, a massage room, and a sauna.
15 Broad Street
Listed by agent Michael L. Arkin of Coldwell Banker Warburg for $1,495,000, 15 Broad Street, Apt 2312 is a spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment that boasts 11-foot beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, premium appliances, and a large private terrace.
This residence is located in the Financial District in a luxury building with a range of amenities, like a 5,000-square-foot terrace, a bowling alley, and a movie screening room, all in addition to the swimming pool, whirlpool, and sauna.
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