January 22, 2018
Luxury Residential Developments with Decked-Out Entertainment Spaces
Looking forward to the Super Bowl? These luxury residential spaces come with outstanding entertainment spaces perfect to sit back and enjoy the game from.
by New York Spaces
Nine on The Hudson, K. Hovnanian Homes' premier 278-unit condo building in West New York, NJ provides its residents with the ultimate entertainment areas, with over 31,655 SF of amenity space, offering a vibrant living experience. The landscape green terrace with large screen televisions and barbeque grills create the perfect environment to cheer on your favorite football team while cooking wings and the rest of your favorite game day foods – with family and friends. A communal rooftop lounge boasting private cabanas, fire-pits and outdoor heaters is the perfect spot to hangout during half time for a quick break.
Fifty Third and Eighth: Residents of this Hell's Kitchen condo can host game day watch parties in the building's residents' lounge, equipped with a kitchenette, plenty of seating and even a dining table to fit the best part of the game—the food. During the first half of football season, residents and guests can venture outside to the adjacent second-floor terrace during halftime to soak up what's left of the mild months.
Oceana Bal Harbour, the masterful 240-unit luxury condominium completed in January 2017, takes Sunday football to the next level with its climate-controlled cabanas and on-demand poolside service by the residents-only restaurant, Ballerina, run by Starr Catering to deliver gourmet bites and craft drinks to residents. The expansive, Piero Lissoni-designed poolside retreats are outfitted with LCD screens, lounge seating, private kitchenettes and bathrooms, bringing the outdoors in with sea breezes and views of sun-drenched pool deck—the ideal setting for a Sunday football watch party. Cabanas are available to residents upon availability and can be reserved in advanced via the Oceana Bal Harbour mobile app. Residences start at $3 million to $33 million.
Privé at Island Estates, the iconic twin tower development in South Florida's last buildable island, curated media rooms and social rooms that double as man caves for Sunday football hosting, boasting water views, lounge seating, billiards pool tables, surround sound and flat screens TVs. Residences start at $2.1 million.
At 525 West 52nd Street (525W52), the two-tower luxury rental development in Hell's Kitchen, residents looking to cheer on their favorite team can head to 525W52's sports lounge, the go-to spot for fun. With five flat-screen televisions and football Sundays set up by LIVunLtd, football fans have access to RedZone as well as the opportunity to catch local games in the screening room in plush seating.
Residents at 1000M, the curving, cantilevering, 74-story luxury condominium coming to Chicago, can keep up with their team of choice in 1000M's theater with cinema-style seating or the billiards lounge and game room. To celebrate wins, residents can head up to Club 1000 after the game, 1000M's full-service bar and lounge on the 72nd floor with views of Chicago and Lake Michigan.
1 Flatbush: Casual and avid football fans alike will appreciate watching games in the game room at this Hill West Architects-designed apartment building in up-and-coming Downtown Brooklyn. With interiors by Whitehall Interiors, the traditional and cozy-yet-spacious game room is equipped with large TVs, ample seating, a full kitchen and games for those who need a break from the one on TV.
Brickell City Centre's two luxury condominium towers (REACH and RISE) allows residents to host the perfect football watch parties in the epicenter of it all. Indulge in spacious floor plans that fits family and friends comfortably and enjoy a barbecue in the incredible oversized balconies. Residents are also steps away from viewing their favorite team's victory at CMX's bar, which has one the biggest screens in South Florida and endless options of drinks, cocktails and appetizers. With limited inventory available, buyers can sign, move-in and experience the quintessential urban-living work, live, play lifestyle and one-of-a-kind world-class amenities.
Residents at TF Cornerstone's 33 Bond Street in Downtown Brooklyn can pick up game day fare from the nearby DeKalb Market Hall and catch the 1's, 4's and Sunday Night primetime game all from the development's screening room, which is located within the residents' club lounge. Need to calm your nerves ahead of the game-winning field goal attempt?! Step outdoors to the private elevated park to grab some wings off the grill or take in the sights of New York City's famed skyline.
Residents at Huis24 can kick back and enjoy this year's Super Bowl in the building's private screening room, which offers plush individual and group lounge chairs for watching the game. An overhead projector will play the big game on a movie theater-style screen, so every seat in the house has a great view. The new, 91-unit luxury rental building is located in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City and is named after the Dutch word for house, which is meant to honor LIC's Dutch history. Modern Spaces is exclusively handling marketing and leasing for the property, which offers a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom homes that range in price from $2,200 to $3,425 per month.
The Grand at SkyView Parc, The 750-unit luxury real estate building located in Flushing, Queens, offers its residents The Grand Club which provides a variety of amenities including a sleek multipurpose space fit for a great Superbowl party for intense game watching. The space is equipped with a kitchen for easy preparation of game day foods for guests and a massive projector screen perfect for viewing your favorite quarterback make his winning pass.
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