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The US Open begins on August 28, but anticipation is already running high. Recently announced women’s wild cards will include Venus Williams, for whom it will be a record-extending 24th US Open, and Caroline Wozniacki, who has recently returned to action after retiring in 2020. On the men’s side, injuries will keep Juan Martin del Potro and Denis Shapovalov out of this year’s tournament. There is, however, plenty of talent to keep an eye out for: Vanity Fair ran a print and online profile of rising stars like Frances Tiafoe, Jessica Pegula, Danielle Collins, and Sebastian Korda.
In New York, excitement goes beyond the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing and sports bars all over the city that will be airing the matches. A popup tennis court is coming to Times Square on August 24. Rockefeller Center will have a court of its own from August 24 to September 1. On September 6-9, the last days of the tournament, The Seaport will host Match Point Rooftop Tennis at Pier 17. Subscribers to Racquet magazine's newsletter may reserve time at the Rockefeller Center court, but the others are first-come, first-serve. They come to the city at a time when tennis players are going toe to toe with pickleball players for limited court space in public parks.

The battle for court space is especially contentious because they will only have access to it for a limited time. Tennis season only lasts from the first Saturday in April to the Sunday before Thanksgiving (November 19 this year, owing to Thanksgiving falling on one of the earliest possible days). Tennis clubs and gyms with courts are certainly an option, but the fees can quickly add up to more than the $100 a full-season tennis permit costs. But for residents of the following buildings, a tennis court is just an elevator ride away.

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Adagio, 243 West 60th Street
Adagio, 243 West 60th Street Lincoln Center
Olympia, 30 Front Street
Olympia, 30 Front Street DUMBO
River House, 435 East 52nd Street
River House, 435 East 52nd Street Beekman/Sutton Place
River Place, 650 West 42nd Street
River Place, 650 West 42nd Street Midtown West
One Waterline Square, 10 Riverside Boulevard
One Waterline Square, 10 Riverside Boulevard Riverside Dr./West End Ave.

Condos and Co-ops

635-West-42nd-Street-1 Atelier via River 2 River Realty
Hell's Kitchen apartments Atelier, #16H (Elegran)
Midtown West condos
In a section of the Far West Side known for its amenity-rich new towers, Atelier stands out for its array of active amenities that include, but are by no means limited to, a state-of-the-art health club, tennis court, basketball courts, golf driving range, bocce court, and lap pool. After a vigorous match, the sauna and sun deck are ideal for relaxing.

Beekman/Sutton Place co-ops
NYC co-ops
Those who can get past the notorious co-op board at the ultra-private River House enjoy the cachet of living in one of the city's most prestigious buildings, not to mention automatic membership to the distinguished, recently renovated River Club. Features include tennis courts, squash courts, a state-of-the-art gym, a golf simulator, and an indoor pool.

243-West-60th-Street-01 Adagio (Douglas Elliman)
Living/dining area with open kitchen and access to private terrace
Corner bedroom with oversized windows
Adagio is located in a section of the Upper West Side between the sports courts of Riverside Park South and Central Park. However, residents enjoy access to the Sessanta Club, which includes a 40-foot indoor pool, full-size tennis court, fitness center, sauna, and locker rooms.

30-Front-Street-01 Olympia, #28C (Sotheby's International Realty)
DUMBO condos
Brooklyn condos
Olympia was named 6sqft's 2022 Building of the Year for its unique architecture that allows for unique floor plans and spectacular skyline and Brooklyn Bridge views. Three floors of indoor and outdoor amenities surely can't hurt, either; these include the 10th-story Bridge level with New York's highest full-size tennis court overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge. Closings commenced earlier this spring.

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5900-Arlington-Avenue-1 Skyview Riverdale (Brown Harris Stevens)
Riverdale apartments
Riverdale apartments
The three buildings comprising the Skyview on Hudson development are located in close proximity to Van Cortland Park, but have 23 acres of green space all their own. It presents such offerings as two night-lit tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, a dog park, and an Olympic-size seasonal pool.

10-Riverside-Boulevard-1 Photo via Evan Joseph
Waterline Square condos One Waterline Square, #34C (The Corcoran Group)
Upper West Side condos
The Waterline Square complex transformed its section of the Far West Side with its eye-catching architecture, and it is further distinguished by the 100,000+ square-foot Waterline Club amenity suite further distinguishes it. Fitness enthusiasts will revel in the many activities available, from indoor tennis, basketball, squash, and rock-climbing to a half-pipe skate park, golf simulator and indoor soccer field.


650-West-42nd-Street-1 All images of River Place via Silverstein Properties
Up the street from Atelier (see above), River Place was part of a new wave of amenity-rich high-rise rentals that made this section of Hell's Kitchen a destination. Their amenity package includes include basketball courts, tennis courts, lap pool, health club and spa, children's playroom, and outdoor patios.

229-West-60th-Street-1 All images of Sessanta via Triumph Property Group
The gorgeous apartments at Sessanta boast thoughtful layouts, soaring ceilings, oversized windows, high-end finishes, excellent closet space, and in-unit washer/dryers. This doorman building's amenities include an exclusive club with outdoor tennis court, indoor pool, and fitness center. Central Park, Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, and several subway stops are a short walk away.

4545-Center-Boulevard-1 All images of 4545 Center Boulevard via TF Cornerstone
Long Island City rentals
NYC rentals
Long Island City has cultivated a rich community of amenity-rich rentals in recent years, and 4545 Center Boulevard stands out for its extensive array of indoor/outdoor amenities. Fitness enthusiasts have a choice of two tennis courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center with adjacent yoga room, and beach volleyball courts.

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