With more apartments and condos hitting the market, developers are competing to attract residents by providing dozens of amenities, including infinity pools, gyms, and more. From new additions like skateboarding and sport climbing to all-time favorites like swimming and basketball, the amenity spaces in these NYC luxury condos promise something for every aspiring athlete.
Skateboarding made its debut at the Olympics over the weekend with the first-ever street skateboarding competition. Inspired residents of GID Development Group’s Waterline Square can try out the tricks they see on TV at the development’s indoor skate park, the first of its kind at a residential development in New York City. The skate park features a half-pipe and mini ramp for the daredevils looking to catch some extra air, as well as an open seating lounge area for socializing, a sound system with DJ deck,and large screen TV with video game provisions. Skateboards and helmets are available for use.
180 East 88th Street is home to a half-court indoor basketball court that features soaring double-height ceilings, concrete design accents and an abundance of natural light. An incredible space, there’s no better place to perfect your jump-shot and practice your free-throw. 180 East 88th Street is being developed by Joe McMillan’s DDG and Global Holdings.
Residents of Rose Hill can practice their swimming skills at the condo’s striking indoor pool. Developed by the original builders of Rockefeller Center and designed with a vintage Gotham-esque flair, Rose Hill is the all-new 45-story luxury condominium tower in NoMad. Designed inside and out by CetraRuddy, the acclaimed global architecture firm known for successfully blending modern design with crafted detail, the Art Deco building nods to the historic firm’s greatest creation in all aspects including the interior design of the pool space. Taking inspiration from the public bath houses of the 30s and 40s and the Spirit of Normandy ship directly, Rose Hill’s 50-foot pool is clad in hand wrought tiles and trim with deep turquoise handmade tiles from Vermont. The artful center masterpiece, at the end of the space, pays homage to women and the Amazon goddesses of the time period.
As sport climbing makes its Olympic debut this year in Tokyo, residents can try this form of rock climbing at Brooklyn Point. Offering the highest rock climbing wall at 35 feet in any private residential building in Brooklyn, this climbing wall offers a diverse mix of warm color schemes. The rock climbing wall showcases different shades of white, red, grey and black, all blending together to create a rock climbing wall that is aesthetically engaging and pleasing.