With temperatures getting warmer around the U.S., we are showcasing luxe listings that were designed for entertaining, barbecuing and basking in the sun. From decks exceeding 3,000 sq. ft. to spaces filled with plant life, here are the examples of the New York’s most enviable homes for an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Take a look at amazing private terraces in New York City that condo dwellers everywhere will be dreaming about this spring.
200 East 59th Street
With deep wraparound terraces spanning each of the tower’s 35 floors, this luxury skyscraper developed by Macklowe – the visionary behind 432 Park Avenue – integrates indoor/outdoor living space as though it were a condo in Palm Beach. All of the residences at this luxe tower boast private terraces, as the wraparound balcony look is integral to the building’s design.The penthouse terraces are as large as 3,471 square feet, which to put it in perspective, is almost 1,000 square feet larger than the median size of a completed single-family home in America.
In the model residence designed by Cyril Vergniol the developers prioritized outdoor space for residents.
308 North 7th Street
This Williamsburg condominium offers a modern, new take on a garden unit with terrace space that rivals any suburban backyard. Located on both the ground and second floors, these 10 residences are landscaped to perfection and offer extra square footage for entertaining.
This Brooklyn property offers plenty of outdoor common areas, but residents will also have the opportunity to barbecue and lounge in the privacy of their own home.
The crowned jewels of 30 Warren are the three penthouses – each offering a rare combination of light, air and access to the outdoors in the charming TriBeCa neighborhood. These listings feature 360-degree open-view exposures overlooking iconic Financial District towers including One World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building as well as 56 Leonard.