April is National Stress Awareness Month. Indoor pools are becoming a popular health and wellness amenity implemented by luxury condos, offering residents areas designed for relaxation, comfort and well-being. And, in NYC, where there is intense competition to provide the same level of comfort and convenience as a five-star hotel, indoor pools are a great way to attract buyers and raise standards.
Take a look at some examples of luxury condos in NYC that have indoor pools.
Skyline Tower, the luxury condominium in Long Island City boasts a 75-foot, temperature-controlled indoor swimming pool and double-height windows that allow residents to soak in maximum natural daylight year-round. The spa facility has 24/7 access to a Whirlpool spa, a cedar plank-lined sauna, steam room and treatment room as well as his-and-her locker rooms, lined in tile and limestone.
Address: 3 Court Square in Long Island City Architect: Hill West Architects Developer: United Construction and Development, Risland U.S. Holdings, LLC Sales/Marketing: Modern Spaces
One West End
Commanding a full city block in one of New York’s most historic neighborhoods, One West End’scapacious amenities include a 75-foot swimming pool housed in a double-height cantilevered atrium with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Address: 1 West End Ave, New York, NY Executive Architect: Hill West Architects Design Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Interiors: Jeffrey Beers Developer: El Ad Group & Silverstein Properties Sales/Marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing
90 Morton, the West Village’s elite 12-story residential condominium developed by Brack Capital Real Estate, offers residents a robust package of amenities including a 64-foot indoor salt-water pool made with imported Porcelain tile. To elevate a level of privacy there’s also direct elevator access and saunas and changing rooms with showers and individual lockers.
Address: 90 Morton Street in the West Village Developer: Brack Capital Real Estate USA Sales & Marketing: Reuveni Real Estate
With sleek wooden details and marble accents, the pool at 91 Leonard seamlessly conveys refined luxury infused with the modern spirit of TriBeCa.
Address: 91 Leonard St, New York, NY Executive Architect: Hill West Architects Design Architect: Skidmore Owings & Merrill Interiors: Whitehall Interiors Developer: Toll Brothers Sales/Marketing: Toll Brothers City Living
The Brooklyn Grove
The Brooklyn Grove is the highlight of bustling Nevins Street. Its 40-foot, luminescent indoor pool is the perfect place to refresh and revive after a day in the city. This sky lit space celebrates the connection between underground and above. Ethereal light shimmers against the pool’s blue glass mosaic tiles. A 3-D tiled wall and plaster-inspired ceilings and columns add texture.
Address: 10 Nevins St. Brooklyn, NY Executive Architect: Stephen B. Jacobs Group Design Architect: ODA Interiors: ODA Developer: Adam America Real Estate, the Slate Property Group and Vanke Sales/Marketing: The Aguayo Team of Halstead Property Development Marketing
111 Murray’s majestic 75-foot lap pool framed by teak and stone lounges provides a rejuvenating sensory experience, while the hammam, with heated, sculpted marble beds, brings a contemporary touch to the traditional Turkish bath.
Address: 111 Murray St, New York, NY Executive Architect: Hill West Architects Design Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates Interiors: Rockwell Group Developer: Fisher Brothers Sales/Marketing: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing