Manhattan isn’t lacking in places to watch the Super Bowl, almost every bar will be playing it on Sunday. However, some lucky residents don't have to leave the comfort of their building to enjoy the game in luxury. Instead of being pushed around or waiting in line, residents at these buildings can invite their friends over and host a "tailgate" of their own in the comforts of a screening room or resident lounge. Whether you're rooting for the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs you wouldn't want to watch the game anywhere else.
The Park Loggia
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The Park Loggia offers both a screening room and a large resident lounge as part of their 20,000 square feet of amenities, designed by Pembrooke & Ives. The resident lounge includes TVs, a pool table, foosball, and a bar, allowing everyone to stay entertained during the game.
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130 William, developed by Hill West Architects and David Adjaye, offers an expansive collection of lifestyle and wellness amenities that are spread over more than 20,000 square feet. The comprehensive suite of amenities includes a private IMAX movie theater, a resident lounge, club and game room, perfect for screening the game.
Ritz-Carlton Residences - North Hills
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The Ritz-Carlton Residences, North Hills, developed by RXR Realty, offers a five-star lifestyle with both a lounge & bar and a theater-style screening room, which is large enough for residents and their guests to watch the game. The plush seating is just a bonus.
15 Hudson Yards
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The 40,000 square feet of amenities at 15 Hudson Yards feature 360-degree views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty and the city skyline. The 51st floor is devoted to entertaining, leisure and cultural pursuits. Residents can watch the Chiefs take on the 49ers in the sound-proof screening and performance room.
35 Hudson Yards
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At 35 Hudson Yards, residents have access to a wide array of leisure amenities including a luxurious screening room, a meditation room, a private lounge and bar, billiards tables, a golf simulator lounge, an exclusive dining room with adjacent library and a whimsical children's playrooms.
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Designed by Marvel Architects and Studio DB, One Clinton is a collection of 134 modern homes inspired by the historic and graceful surroundings of Brooklyn Heights. Residents can enjoy the game in a fully sound attenuated screening room and music rehearsal space.
1 River Park
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Who says a cinema needs to be indoors? At 1 River Park in Cobble Hill, residents will be able to screen the game from the outdoor movie screen, which is set in a landscaped sky garden and surrounded by lawn seating. Any guest will be impressed with this outdoor tailgate party.
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At 11 Hoyt, The Sky Club has a number of interesting elements including a music rehearsal studio, screening room, and performance space, quiet library, study nooks, golf simulator virtual gaming room. Residents can host an intimate dinner party in the striking double-height Sky Lounge, which provides panoramic views of Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan.