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Hammam treatment at The Dominick via Haute Grandeur Hammam treatment at The Dominick via Haute Grandeur
While hammams have recently been touted as a hot new residential amenity, their history dates back to the Roman empire and the public baths with varying temperatures to stimulate circulation. After the fall of the Roman empire, hammams thrived in the Byzantine empire, incorporated cleansing scrubs and massages, and became an integral part of village life.

It remains to be seen whether hammams will become social centers in New York's hottest residential buildings like they were in ancient villages, but there are already a few certainties: At a time of year when temperatures are in the single digits and New Yorkers' skin is drying out, a visit to a hammam will get your blood moving and prime your body for recovery. These are made with highly luxurious materials that offer unmistakable pampering before even meeting an attendant. It would be highly inadvisable to bring a phone or laptop into one, which forces visitors to disconnect and relax. Take a look inside some of our favorite residential hammams.

49-Chambers-Street-1 All images of 49 Chambers Street via Douglas Elliman
49-Chambers-Street-2 Bedroom
49-Chambers-Street-3 Pool
Hammams are still a part of community life in Morocco, and Moroccan developer Chetrit Group made this white Ariel marble a sumptuous, relaxing component of life at its condo conversion at 49 Chambers Street. It is directly connected to the pool, and the adjacent sauna and steam rooms allow for a contemporary interpretation of the ancient bathing rituals.

20-Pine-Street-1 All images of 20 Pine Street via Capital Realty Investors
20-Pine-Street-2 Pool
20-Pine-Street-3 Living/dining area
This landmarked building was originally known as 2 Chase Manhattan Plaza, but has been transformed into a luxury condominium with interiors by Armani/Casa. The vaults have been transformed into a suite of amenities that includes a fitness center, pool and spa area, juice bar, saunas, and hammam lounge.

111-Murray-Street-1 All images of 111 Murray Street via Douglas Elliman
111-Murray-Street-2 Great Room
111-Murray-Street-3 Pool area
With its heated, sculpted marble bed and carved sinks, the hammam is the centerpiece of the spa area at this striking new addition to the Tribeca skyline. Additional health and wellness amenities include a 3,000-square-foot fitness center and movement studio, 75-foot lap pool, hot tub, saunas, private Drybar outpost, and spa treatment rooms.

225-East-39th-Street-1 All images of HOUSE39 via Rose Associates
225-East-39th-Street-2 Living room
225-East-39th-Street-3 Pool
Living in a luxury condo is not the only way to experience a hammam—this rental tower incorporated one into its extensive amenities package. The building is centrally located with easy access to multiple transportation options. But why would anyone want to leave a building with a fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, library, work stations, game room, bocce court, and roof deck?

246-Spring-Street-1 The Dominick's Hammam via Rockwell Group
246-Spring-Street-3 Bedroom
246-Spring-Street-4 Master bath
If this has piqued your curiosity about hammams, The Dominick's spa is open to the public, as are many of the condo hotel's amenities. Here, a cleansing and detoxifying spa treatment takes place on a heated marble slab that allows guests to sweat out toxins while a therapist uses a special mitt for a thorough exfoliation. Visitors have extolled the level of luxury at every step in the process.

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