As New York offers millions of residents an excitable lifestyle among the bustling cityscape, luxury condominiums are offering a springtime escape with residences near scenic parks. With new residential opportunities steps away from public parks, residents and their families can enjoy a seasonal picnic in the lush grass, climb playgrounds, or simply stroll along tree-lined paths.
The Cortland is a New York City-based development located in the vibrant neighborhood of West Chelsea. With 144 residences designed by world-leading architectural practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig, the Cortland sits directly across from Hudson River Park, a 500-acre, four-mile-long park along the Hudson River. Its prime location offers residents easy access to multiple parks, children’s playgrounds, dog parks, athletic fields, and multiple piers to enjoy the springtime season.
110 North 1st
110 North 1st Street is a highly anticipated luxury development in Brooklyn’s coveted Williamsburg neighborhood. Designed by EDRE Development and award-winning design practice DXA Studio, the seven-story 38-unit building offers one to four-bedroom condominiums with an unprecedented collection of high-end health and wellness amenities. Located one block from the new 6-acre Domino Park, the North Williamsburg community can indulge in the impressive architectural landscape by James Corner Field Operations, the lead designer of the High Line. Domino Park is open to the public and spans a quarter mile north of the Williamsburg Bridge highlighting one of New York’s most iconic industrial waterfront sites.
No. 33 Park Row
As the first residential project in New York City designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of RSHP, No. 33 Park Row is a boutique residential building featuring 30 residences. Located across from City Hall Park in Downtown Manhattan, No. 33 Park Row builds on RSHP’s extraordinary pushing projects and features their signature copper screen fins along the building’s exterior. For this spectacular residence, RSHP introduced contemporary architectural elements referencing Downtown Manhattan’s industrial-era commercial buildings with expansive windows, decorative copper screen fins, and distinctive dark steel framing.
Originally built by the renowned William Waldorf Astor in 1901, The Astor is currently being renovated to suit the desires of the contemporary resident while maintaining the pre-war character and charm for which Upper West Side is known. Located in one of New York's most established neighborhoods, The Astor rests between two of the city's most coveted green spaces with immediate access to the waterfront Riverside Park and quintessential Central Park. Residents are within minutes from these lush outdoor spaces to enjoy a more scenic side of New York.
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96+Broadway is another highly anticipated luxury condominium on the Upper West Side. Developed by private real estate development and investment firm, JVP Management, and designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, 96+Broadway combines timeless design with premium amenities designed for modern living. The 23-story building features 131 residences with one to five-bedroom layouts. The building is mere steps away from Riverside Park and its abundance of waterfront paths. The outdoor amenities include an expansive landscaped rooftop terrace for picturesque views of the city skyline, Riverside Park, and the Hudson River.
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