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At this time of the year, the biggest question is, "What are you doing for the holidays?" While many New Yorkers have plans to spend it with family, either biological or chosen, odds are that this will happen away from home, given the size of the typical city apartment. But for some lucky people, the most festive space in the building is just an elevator ride away. We look inside luxe new residential developments where the amenities guarantee a special night during the holiday season and indeed all year long.

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77 Greenwich Street
77 Greenwich Street Financial District
Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street
Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street Flatiron/Union Square
Two Waterline Square, 30 Riverside Boulevard
Two Waterline Square, 30 Riverside Boulevard Riverside Dr./West End Ave.
The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place
The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place Tribeca
Three Waterline Square, 639  West 59th Street
Three Waterline Square, 639 West 59th Street Lincoln Center
The Boundary UK Beckford House exterior (The Boundary UK)

301 East 80th Street and 301 East 81st Street
19 availabilities from $2.05 million

Inside and out, Beckford House & Tower masterfully combines classic Upper East Side architecture with elegant contemporary details. Apartments of all sizes enjoy soaring ceilings, expansive open living/dining areas, and custom kitchens with high-end appliances and finishes. Each building has its own mail/package room, fitness center, roof deck, and private club lounge with enough space to accommodate a large party.
301-East-81st-Street-1 Lounge via The Boundary UK
301-East-81st-Street-1 Beckford House via Douglas Elliman
301-East-80th-Street-1 Beckford Tower via Douglas Elliman

10 Riverside Boulevard, 400 West 61st Street, and 639 West 59th Street
18 availabilities from $1.925 million

The Boundary UK Waterline Square (The Boundary UK)
The three starchitect-designed towers of Waterline Square have utterly transformed the Far West Side with their design, new park in between, the culinary offerings of Empellon and the first-ever Cipriani food hall, and the sheer array of amenities. Each building comes with its own residents-only lounge, media room, and dining room situated on a high floor to make the most of sweeping skyline and Hudson River views. Moreover, the 100,000-square-foot Waterline Club's offerings cater to seemingly every sport, hobby, and interest, including entertaining through a party room and enclosed catering kitchen.
Waterline-Square-01 All renderings of Waterline Square via Noe & Associates with The Boundary

Rendering by DBOX for Macklowe Properties
Elegant modern condominium on the cusp of Midtown and the Upper East Side offers no shortage of places to entertain. Residences of all sizes are encircled by wraparound terraces that allow for seamless indoor and outdoor entertaining. The amenities offer a similar balance, and nowhere is that more evident than a double-height lounge with a central marble fireplace, private dining room, catering kitchen, and access to a wraparound terrace with seating, dining areas, and sweeping views.
200-East-59th-Street-1 Rendering via DBOX for Macklowe Properties
200-East-59th-Street-3 Interior images via Douglas Elliman

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Rose-Hill-03 Rendering of Rose Hill exterior (Rockefeller Group)
Nearly 100 years since Rockefeller Center became a New York institution, the Rockefeller Group makes its first foray into residential with Rose Hill, an Art Deco-inspired condominium that recently topped out in the heart of one of the city's hottest new neighborhoods. The apartments offer fantastically flexible floor plans, sweeping views, and open chef's kitchens. On the 37th floor, a lounge offers the feel of a private club with a long dining table, lounge, bar, and panoramic skyline views.
30-East-29th-Street-2 All renderings via Rockefeller Group
30-East-29th-Street-3 Interiors via Core

Madison Square Park Tower-photo Madison Square Park Tower (via Douglas Elliman)
Madison Square Park Tower soars over its nearest neighbors as a sculptural glass silhouette, which gives every apartment incredible natural light and city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. However, the best of these can be found at FIFTY FOUR, the high-floor amenity space that offers a convivial club atmosphere with a well-appointed demonstration kitchen.
45-East-22nd-Street-2 FIFTY FOUR via Evan Joseph
45-East-22nd-Street-3 Apartment #20B via Douglas Elliman
45-East-22nd-Street-4 Apartment #38A via Elegran

30-Park-Place-004 30 Park Place (Zeckendorf Development)
With design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and services by Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, no detail was overlooked in this soaring Tribeca condominium. All residences start on the 39th floor to make the most of spectacular views, a factor that surely influenced the placement of a full floor of amenities on the 38th floor. The private dining room has a catering kitchen attached and sits adjacent to a conservatory and lounge with loggia access. And between the residents' concierge and the Four Seasons Director of Residences, someone will be on hand to help soirees go off without a hitch.
30-Park-Place-2 Dining room via Evan Joseph
30-Park-Place-3 Apartment #54D via The Corcoran Group
30-Park-Place-4 Apartment #42A via Compass

77-Greenwich-Street-03 77 Greenwich Street (Rendering credit: Binyan Studios)
Lower Manhattan has enjoyed a residential renaissance in recent years, and 77 Greenwich Street beautifully embodies that with its upscale architecture, stunning river and skyline views, and expansive interiors with high-end materials and finishes. Amenity suite Cloud Club 77 was named for both its location practically in the sky and its private club-inspired offerings. The private dining room, catering kitchen, and lounge with carefully curated art and fireplace centerpiece offer the flexibility to entertain in style and extend the party.
77-Greenwich-Street-2 Rendering via Binyan Studios
77-Greenwich-Street-3 Interiors via The Marketing Directors
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