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Top 10 Condo Rooftop Pools

#1 - Brooklyn Point, 138 Willoughby Street

Condo in Downtown Brooklyn

Brooklyn Point is one of the tallest buildings in the borough, and its rooftop pool is the highest infinity pool in a residential building in the Western Hemisphere. It is surrounded by an outdoor dining area, a stargazing observatory, and an outdoor screening area, though such offerings may struggle to compete with panoramic city and river views.

#2 - 50 West 66th Street

Condo in Central Park West

50 West 66th Street is the tallest building on the Upper West Side, and the amenities are at a similarly lofty level. These include a fitness center, an indoor pool, a full-sized basketball court and pickleball court, and an upper-level amenity terrace with sun deck and outdoor pool.

#3 - Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park, 90 Furman Street

Condo in Brooklyn Heights

Pierhouse is located on the doorstep of Brooklyn Bridge Park, allowing for easy access to the playgrounds, sports courts, walking paths, and dog runs. However, residents have access to an incredible array of athletic offerings without leaving the building. These include a windowed gym, a yoga/meditation room, and a spectacular rooftop pool with East River and Manhattan skyline views.

#4 - 385 West 12th Street

Condo in West Village

In the Far West Village, 385 West 12th Street is well positioned to make the most of Hudson River vistas from the amenity spaces as well as the apartments. These include a rooftop terrace with infinity pool, oversized Jacuzzi, outdoor shower area, dining section with grills, and a separate workout and meditation area.

#5 - The Westly, 251 West 91st Street

Condo in Riverside Dr./West End Ave.

By virtue of its unique architecture and creative cantilever, The Westly's upper floors are able to span across several more feet of square footage than their ground-floor lot area. This made room for a rooftop pool with lounge areas -- a rarity on the Upper West Side, and one that looks out on views of classic Central Park West architecture.

#6 - The Brooklyn Tower, 9 DeKalb Avenue

Condo in Downtown Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Tower has transformed the borough's skyline, though not at the expense of historic architecture: The landmarked Dime Savings Bank was incorporated into the new development, and the bank's iconic Gustavino dome is the centerpiece of the outdoor pool deck. This area also includes a hot tub, a lounge area, and BBQ grills.

#7 - Central Park Tower, 217 West 57th Street

Condo in Midtown West

Thanks to Central Park Tower's soaring height, all residences enjoy sweeping views of the world's most iconic skyline. So, too, do visitors to the 14th floor's cabanas, sun deck, private park, and outdoor pool offering food and beverage service.

#8 - Franklin Place, 5 Franklin Place

Condo in Tribeca

In the heart of Tribeca, Franklin Place presents a modern take on the surrounding industrial architecture on its cobblestoned block. A landscaped roof deck with outdoor pool and cabanas is beautifully positioned to overlook both historic architecture and the new Lower Manhattan skyline.

#9 - Olympia, 30 Front Street

Condo in DUMBO

Residential amenities at Olympia are spread over three levels, one of which is an outdoor terrace overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge. It includes an outdoor pool and hot tub with some of the most impressive views in the city; those who don't feel like swimming can enjoy features like a children's playground and water park, cabanas, grilling areas, and New York's highest outdoor tennis court.

#10 - 547 West 47th Street

Condo in Midtown West

547 West 47th Street's extensive amenity program is known as The West Residence Club for the thoughtful staff and array of wellness and social amenities. The crowning glory is the landscaped rooftop park with outdoor pool, sun deck, grilling stations, and dog run, all of which are enhanced by views of the Hudson River.