July 18, 2016

Luxury NYC Residences Perfect for a Summer Staycation

From private movie screenings to amenity-filled rooftops and outdoor spaces, these luxury residences are perfect for summer staycations!

by New York Spaces

388 bridge street
388 Bridge Street; Credit: DBOX

388 Bridge Street offers a summer movie series (and popcorn machine), on its 4,950-square-foot outdoor terrace on the fifth floor. Enjoy while you grill, too!

1N4th. Photo by MNS.

1N4th partnered with American Leisure to outfit their amenities and host summer movie nights on the outdoor terrace overlooking the Williamsburg waterfront—complete with an amazing view of the Manhattan skyline (and outdoor pool!)

The Williams. Photo by Familiar Control.

The Williams offers an outdoor movie screen, shared vegetable garden, dog run, and a common rooftop complete with BBQ grills, a fire-pit lounge, and a sunbathing area with an outdoor shower.

Enclave at the Cathedral
Enclave at the Cathedral. Photo by Archpartners.

Enclave at the Cathedral partnered with Harlem International Film Festival to offer residents screenings and director Q&A's in June and July.

Waverly Brooklyn
Waverly Brooklyn. Photo by Millarc.

Waverly Brooklyn features an outdoor shower on its rooftop terrace—if you've ever taken a cool outdoor shower on a hot summer day, you'll know that it's as refreshing as jumping in a pool! They have grills too!

50 West
50 West. Photo by DBOX.

50 West is bringing the outdoors inside by offering residents access to a landscaped observatory deck almost 800 feet in th eair, in addition to a 60-foot mosaic-tiled pool situated in the building's Water Club.

The Grand at Sky View Parc
The Grand at Sky View Parc. Photo by Dawn Digital.

The Grand at Sky View Parc features a private seven-acre rooftop park, allowing residents to have access to an endless variety of outdoor activities. Amenities include two tennis courts, a basketball court, running track, yoga area, and a putting green.

7 Dekalb Avenue
7 DeKalb Avenue. Photo by Donna Dotan Photography.

7 DeKalb Avenue offers a 6,000-square-foot public terrace with plant and vegetable gardens, lawn space, and a bar counter.

City Tower
City Tower. Photo by Archpartners.

City Tower offers residents an expansive green terrace to relax on in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. The 18th floor green terrace features a landscaped lawn at the center and a shade trellis as a viewing pavilion for reading, working, or to view the various additional plantings—including a resident gardening area for vegetables and herbs.

Lewis Steel Building
The Lewis Steel Building. Photo by MNS.

The Lewis Steel Building offers residents private rooftop cabanas, a furnished roof terrace with sun decks, a common BBQ area, a bocce court, and a vegetable garden—rendering it the perfect hangout spot during the summer months.

The Residences at Prince
The Residences at Prince. Photo by Redundant Pixel.

The Residences at Prince will offer residents access to a private courtyward designed by the famed landscape team, PFI.

190 South 1st STreet
190 South 1st Street. Photo by MNS.

At 190 South 1st Street residents will enjoy a landscaped terrace and garden lounge with lushly planted seating and picnic areas!

Fifty Third and Eighth
Fifty Third and Eighth. Photo by Fifty Third and Eighth.

Fifty Third and Eighth offers a second floor terrace that takes up a full city block with lush greenery including gingko trees, native grasses, perennials, and other seasonally diverse plants. There is also a zone designed to accommodate open-air fitness classes.

Circa Central Park
Circa Central Park. Photo by Seventh Art.

Residents at Circa Central Park can enjoy the summer warmth on the shared rooftop terrace which boasts a grill perfect for a familly BBQ. Home-owners can picnic near the water with fully-equipped picnic baskets offered by Circa Central Park.

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