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Top 10 Best Gyms In NYC Condo Buildings


A fitness center is a must-have amenity for any high-end condominium, and some gyms keep ahead of the pack thanks to their size, workout equipment, interior design, or views. CityRealty has got you covered if you wish to pump iron in a gym that rises above the competition.

#1 - Two Waterline Square, 30 Riverside Boulevard

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The massive indoor athletic center at Waterline Square comes with more perks than most gyms - a six-hoop basketball court, a 30-foot rock climbing wall, a tennis court, a children’s soccer field, a half-pipe skate park, a squash court, yoga and boxing studios, and a multi-level fitness center, decked out in the complex’s signature wood-paneled theme.

#2 - 35 Hudson Yards, 500 West 33rd Street

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The Equinox Club at 35 Hudson Yards combines a full-service health club experience with spacious interiors, high design, and ample river views. A posh lounge, SoulCycle studio, indoor and outdoor pools, and a full-service spa are just some of the perks present at the tallest apartment building in Hudson Yards.

#3 - One Manhattan Square, 252 South Street

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The multi-level fitness center at One Manhattan Square is part of the building’s 100,000-square-foot amenity package. Shoot hoops at a full-size basketball court, knock pins at a two-lane bowling alley, play squash at an indoor court, or work out in sunlit fitness studios where floor-to-ceiling windows face the Manhattan Bridge and the East River.

#4 - 15 Hudson Yards

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Perched high within the 914-foot-tall skyscraper, the fitness center at 15 Hudson Yards offers an observation deck experience, where you may swim laps in the indoor pool or run laps on the treadmill as you gaze far across the city and take in panoramic views of Lower Manhattan, the Harbor, Brooklyn, and New Jersey. A stylish, wood-paneled interior adds indoor comfort to the skyline drama.

#5 - The Greenwich by Rafael Vinoly, 125 Greenwich Street

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The spacious workout room at 125 Greenwich sits near the top of the 912-foot-tall tower. Floor-to-ceiling windows open onto ornate pinnacles of pre-war Wall Street towers, glassy towers at the World Trade Center, the Harbor, and the outer boroughs that stretch to the horizon.

#6 - The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place

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The tall-ceiled fitness center atop Robert A.M. Stern’s 82-story 30 Park Place lets treadmill joggers look upon a broad, river-to-river panorama of Midtown, flanked by New Jersey’s Gold Coast on the left and Brooklyn and Queens on the right.

#7 - 432 Park Avenue

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Much like the tower itself, the fitness center at 432 Park Avenue impresses through its loftiness and discrete yet imposing minimalism. Two rows of huge, square windows illuminate the nearly 30-foot-high workout space with ample sunlight. The relaxation suite offers saunas and massage rooms. The 75-foot-long swimming pool sits 186 feet high and offers swimming with sunlight and city views. Personal trainers are available for group and one-on-one sessions for weight lifting, yoga, swimming, and Pilates.

#8 - Brooklyn Point, 138 Willoughby Street

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The large fitness center sprawls across the 11th floor of Brooklyn Point, the borough’s tallest building. The sunlit space overlooks Fort Greene Park and features workout rooms, a 35-foot rock climbing wall, and spin and Pilates studios. The squash and basketball court downstairs complement a stone-clad saltwater pool and spa.

#9 - 50 West Street

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Slanted, curved, floor-to-ceiling windows at the gym at 50 West bring sunlight and visual dynamism to a unique workout space that boasts fun perks such as a neon-lit lounge, a spacious yoga studio, and a cozy sauna.

#10 - 520 West 28th Street

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The sleekly-curved interiors of the fitness center at High Line-adjacent 520 West 28th Street match the sinuous elegance of the chic apartment building designed by the late, great architect Zaha Hadid. A massive curved skylight slashes the ceiling above the 75-foot indoor pool. A private spa, inspired by the Turkish hammam, is available for reservation.