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(One Manhattan Square via Extell) (One Manhattan Square via Extell)
Between depressing current events and a cold and gray winter, making an escape to the tropics sounds awfully appealing. But a vacation may not be in the cards for those who have just made a down payment on a New York City condo - not only is this often just the beginning of a long process, but CityRealty data shows that the median price is $1.9 million.

However, if the purchase took place in one of the following buildings, a relaxing waterside oasis is just an elevator ride away with indoor pools to be enjoyed all year round. We take a look in new developments where the same attitude of architectural inspiration and luxurious finishes applies to the facades and interiors as well as the pools.

23-15-44th-Drive-1 All renderings of Skyline Tower via Modern Spaces
At 778 feet and 68 stories high, Skyline Tower is New York City’s tallest skyscraper outside of Manhattan. Even on lower floors, floor-to-ceiling windows look out on dramatic views of the Manhattan and Long Island City skylines. The building holds a dedicated entrance to the Court Square-23rd Street station of the E, G, M, and 7 trains, which put Midtown within a five-minute commute. An extensive amenities offering includes fitness suite that comes with a fully-equipped gym, a yoga/Pilates training room, a 75-foot indoor pool, and a sauna with a whirlpool tub and a private treatment room. See all availabilities here.

11-Hoyt-Street-1 All renderings of 11 Hoyt via The Corcoran Group
Renowned architect and MacArthur fellow Jeanne Gang wraps Brooklyn’s second-tallest building, and Studio Gang's first New York residential building, in a metal façade that ripples like the water of the nearby harbor, which comes in full view from upper-floor apartments. The building is surrounded by a 27,000-square-foot private park, but indoor amenities like a fitness center curated by The Wright Fit, a 75’ indoor saltwater pool, spa, tech lounge, and salon lounge may steal its thunder. See all availabilities here.

138-Willoughby-Street-1 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
Brooklyn's tallest building (for the moment) rises over 700 feet high, and the crowning glory is a sundeck with the highest outdoor infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere. However, a spa area with steam room, sauna, and a 65' saltwater pool is not to be overlooked. Additional amenities include the 40-foot-high Park Lounge, complete with a fireplace and bar; a rooftop garden that overlooks Willoughby Square Park; a game room stacked with arcade machines, billiards, foosball tables, and big-screen gaming consoles; a presentation and screening room; an outdoor playground; and an 11th-floor fitness center. See all availabilities here.

125-Greenwich-Street-1 All images of 125 Greenwich Street via Douglas Elliman
Located in the heart of the Financial District, Billionaires' Row types won't have to commute nearly so far to 125 Greenwich Street. Its curved, column-free corners in a design by Rafael Vinoly create graceful, sunlit interiors, where floor-to-ceiling windows face the pinnacles of ornate Wall Street skyscrapers, soaring towers of the World Trade Center, and sweeping panoramas of the Harbor. A top-floor amenity suite opens onto observatory-like views from the fitness center, swimming pool, and a serene relaxation lounge that can't help motivating and calming alike. See all availabilities here.

252-South-Street-1 All images of One Manhattan Square via Extell
Situated at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge, One Manhattan Square reigns over the Lower East Side with unparalleled height, views, and amenities. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in ample sunlight and open onto stunning 360-degree panoramas. The 100,000-square-foot suite of amenities inside and out delights with its multi-story fitness center, basketball and squash courts, two bowling lanes, and golf simulator. A fun-filled playroom awaits the kids; the gaming arcade is a chill teen hangout; adults may indulge in a wine room, cigar room, and bar. The spa comes with a 75-foot saltwater pool, hot tub, sauna, treatment rooms, and a tranquility garden. See all availabilities here.

30-East-29th-Street-1 Images of Rose Hill via Rockefeller Group
Rockefeller Group furthers its legacy of pioneering excellence in New York City with Rose Hill, its first residential building. CetraRuddy, Manhattan's premier architecture studio, brings the project to life by combining the elegance and glamour of a classic Gotham aesthetic interpreted in a modern vocabulary for contemporary New York City living. Just off the double-height lobby, a spiral staircase leads to a fully equipped gym curated by Fhitting Room, a professional-grade squash court in collaboration with SquashRx, an expansive 50-foot pool surrounded by hand-crafted, green oxide-glazed tiled walls, and a dry heat wellness sauna. See all availabilities here.

15-East-30th-Street-1 All renderings of Madison House via DBOX
At 805 feet tall, Madison House is the tallest residential tower in NoMad and thus looks out on panoramic, picture-perfect views of New York City. The striped façade sports bands of light terra cotta, which that alternate with full-height window bays. The 30,000 square feet of residential amenities include a 75' multi-lane lap pool with diffused lighting, tiles and brass accents that offer a sophisticated aesthetic. A hot tub, cold plunge, sauna and lounge area further elevate the space. See all availabilities here.

301-East-80th-Street-1 All renderings of Beckford House and Tower via Noe & Associates: The Boundary
Two-building development Beckford House and Tower pays tribute to prewar architecture on the Upper East Side with impeccable attention to detail like custom globe lighting and sun and moon medallions. Interiors combines authentic prewar elements (separate formal dining rooms, entry foyers and galleries, crown moldings and layouts pulled right from the playbook of Rosario Candela) with the sleek and sexy interiors designer Studio Sofield is known for. Beckford Tower will house over 3,000 square feet of wellness amenities, including an Art Deco-inspired pool area with a glass ceiling, ornate metal detailing, potted palms and a custom glass mosaic wall mural. See all availabilities here.

200-Amsterdam-Avenue-1 All renderings of 200 Amsterdam Avenue via Binyan Studios
At 668 feet and 52 stories high, 200 Amsterdam Avenue towers over its nearest neighbors on the Upper West Side, yet pays tribute to them with a 21st-century interpretation of prewar architecture. All apartments boast breathtaking city, river and Central Park views, gracious layouts, and soaring ceilings. Three floors of curated amenity space includes a fitness center and spa, a 75-foot saltwater pool, a soundproofed rehearsal space, a childrens music room and play space and a private club with a library. See all availabilities here.

35-Hudson-Yards-1 All renderings of 35 Hudson Yards via Related Companies
The tallest tower in the new Hudson Yards neighborhood also ranks as one of the tallest new apartment buildings in New York. Residences start on the 53rd floor so as to make the most of splendid vistas in all directions, most notably the Hudson River that stretches in open view from every west-facing apartment. A full suite of private amenities includes a residents-only fitness center, lap pool, playroom, business center and board rooms, lounge, game room, dining room, and grand terrace with catering services overlooking the Hudson River. See all availabilities here.

217-West-57th-Street-1 All renderings of Central Park Tower via Extell
The soaring skyscraper known as Central Park Tower comes from the firm of Adrian Smith, who also designed the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Floor-to-ceiling windows open onto a breathtaking panorama of Central Park, and vistas that stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to the Appalachian Mountains. An elevated deck sports a cozy sky garden and an outdoor swimming pool with cabanas and poolside food and beverage service. Indoor wellness amenities were developed in collaboration with renowned fitness experts and situated to make the most of sweeping skyline and Central Park views. See all availabilities here.

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