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Amenity fireplaces have become more common in NYC new developments Amenity fireplaces have become more common in NYC new developments
After more than 700 days, New York’s “snow drought” has come to an end with a 1.7-inch snowfall. It turned to rain as the afternoon went on, but more snow is possible for Friday. Whether or not this comes to pass, city residents are facing low temperatures in the teens and highs hovering around the freezing point with a thaw not expected until early next week.

While the severe weather alert that came with Tuesday’s snowfall has been lifted, icy patches on sidewalks and icy winds nevertheless make going out an unpleasant experience on days like these. But some lucky residents can enjoy a change of scenery without even putting on their coats. The fireplaces in these buildings' amenity spaces offer a lovely sense of ambiance without residents having to keep the constant eye on them that they would a fireplace in their own home. Moreover, the fireplaces are often at the center of common spaces with libraries, game tables, or big-screen TVs, to name but a few amusements.

450 Washington Street
450-Washington-Street-01 Residents' lounge (Colin Miller)
Amidst 450 Washington Street's conversion from rental to sales units, the apartments and amenities underwent an extensive overhaul to bring them up to Related condo caliber. These amenities included a spacious lounge with a fireplace, comfortable furniture, and private dining room with adjacent catering pantry.

450 Washington Street, #310 (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

30 Park Place
Residential lobby with fireplace
Not only do homeowners at the Four Seasons Private Residences enjoy access to the five-star hotel’s amenities and services, but they are also able to make the most of a residents-only amenities package. It starts with the separate residential lobby that features labyrinth-patterned flooring, a silver leaf rotunda ceiling, and a fireplace with a marble mantle.

The Four Seasons Private Residences, #71B (Corcoran Group)

515 West 18th Street
515-West-18th-Street-01 Lounge (Related)
Between its High Line-adjacent address, secret garden, and roof deck with skyline views, there is much to recommend about Lantern House's outdoor offerings. But between the pool, sauna and spa, and library with fireplace, it's clear that equal attention was given to the indoor amenities.

Lantern House, #1204 (Corcoran Group)

555 West 22nd Street The Cortland (Core Group Marketing)
555-West-22nd-Street-01
In an architecturally adventurous section of West Chelsea, Robert A.M. Stern and Olson Kundig's entry is distinguished by its red brick facade, spacious floor plans, luxurious amenity package, and abundance of fireplaces: Select primary suites have marble fireplaces; the lobby is anchored by an Olson Kundig-designed kinetic wheel-operated fireplace; and the centerpiece of an upper-level event lounge is a bronze metal fireplace.

The Cortland, #11AW (CORE Group Marketing LLC)

215 West 28th Street Maverick (Douglas Elliman)
Library lounge with fireplace
For some, winter days like these are the perfect time to curl up under a blanket with a good book. There is no better place for that than Maverick's lounge - it features floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and comfortable furniture around the fireplace.

Maverick, #10C (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

30 East 29th Street Rose Hill (Eric Ficocelli)
30-East-29th-Street-01 Library lounge (Core Group NYC)
At Rose Hill, Rockefeller Group's first residential building, the amenity suite includes fireplaces at both ends: Just off the double-height lobby, a fireplace is the centerpiece of the jewel-box Blue Room lounge. Thirty-seven stories up, the Library Lounge features a fireplace, billiards table, and 360-degree skyline views.

Rose Hill, #40A (CORE Group Marketing LLC)

15 East 30th Street Madison House (DBOX)
Lounge with fireplace Lounge entrance (Nicole Franzen)
At Madison House, the hotel-caliber amenities designed by Gachot Studios start several stories above grade so as to make the most of sweeping views of Manhattan. These include a club lounge with double-height ceilings, a fireplace, and a wood-paneled wet bar.

Madison House, #29D (Corcoran Group)

247 West 46th Street The Platinum
Lobby with fireplace
Located amidst the office towers and hotels of Times Square, it might be easy to confuse The Platinum condominium with another luxury hotel: Residents arrive to an attended lobby with a 26-foot fireplace as the centerpiece.

The Platinum, #3205 (Sothebys International Realty)

53 West 53rd Street 53W53 (Gilles Ashford)
53-West-53rd-Street-01 Library (Evan Joseph)
At the Jean Nouvel-designed 53 W 53, social amenities offer the atmosphere of a private club. They include a library lounge with a fireplace, contemporary art, and beautiful shelves and furnishings.

53 West 53, #53A (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

1059 Third Avenue
No public availabilities

1059-Third-Avenue-01 The Brandy Room (Brown Harris Stevens)
On the full 24th floor of The Leyton, the Brandy Room is distinguished by its outdoor terrace and 270-degree views of the Manhattan skylines. But with game tables and stylish furniture surrounding an eye-catching fireplace, the indoor Living Room is not to be overlooked.

422 East 72nd Street The Oxford (CityRealty)
Residential lobby with fireplace
In a section of the Upper East Side that has seen abundant new construction in recent years, the Emery Roth-designed Oxford condominium embarked on a gut renovation to bring the lobby into this new age. The result is an airy, modern design with luxurious materials, a hand-painted feature wall, and a fireplace.

The Oxford, #32B (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

20 East End Avenue 20 East End Avenue
Library with fireplace Library (Corcoran Group)
East End Avenue has experienced a residential renaissance in recent years, with the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 20 East End Avenue at the heart of it. The building is distinguished by its grand proportions and luxurious amenity package, which includes a library with an extensive collection, elegant furnishings, and fireplace with high-honed Paonazzo marble surrounding a Pietra Serena stone hearth.

20 East End Avenue, #16A (Corcoran Group)

180 East 88th Street 180 East 88th Street (The Corcoran Group)
Lobby with fireplace
The residences of 180 East 88th Street combine prewar-inspired style with top-of-the-line appliances and finishes. This mindset was also applied to its amenity program, which spans an impressive eight stories. The attended lobby boasts vaulted cathedral ceilings and an undulating plaster installation by Jan Hooss above the fireplace, offering a welcoming atmosphere and beautifully setting the tone for the apartments and amenities above.

180 East 88th Street, #44 (Corcoran Group)

543 West 122nd Street Vandewater
Library with fireplace
Morningside Heights has experienced a new appreciation as a residential neighborhood in recent years, and Vandewater was a key component in that. Its towering height, beautifully appointed apartments, and 24,000 square feet of amenities ushered in new standards for the area. The amenity package includes a salon with white oak paneling, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a fireplace.

Vandewater, #PH32A (Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing LLC)

100 Claremont Avenue Claremont Hall (Binyan Studios)
Lobby lounge with fireplace
In the heart of the Union Theological Seminary campus, Claremont Hall stands out as much for its extensive amenity package as it does for its soaring height, respectful architecture, and well-appointed apartments. It is located up the street from Columbia University's main campus, and The Study lounge with fireplace evokes the atmosphere of an Ivy League private club.

Claremont Hall, #17F (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

11 Hoyt Street 11 Hoyt Street (The Corcoran Group)
Sky Lounge with fireplace
At the top of the Studio Gang-designed 11 Hoyt, the 32nd-story Sky Club offers a range of leisure amenities overlooking panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. The piece de resistance is the Sky Lounge with double-height ceilings, a fireplace and wet bar.

11 Hoyt, #50K (Corcoran Group)

138 Willoughby Street Brooklyn Point (Evan Joseph)
Park Lounge with fireplace Park Lounge (Serhant LLC)
The condos of Brooklyn Point are an elevator ride away from a McNally Jackson outpost, and the Center for Fiction is a short distance away. At Brooklyn Point, there's no better place to enjoy one's new book is the Park Lounge with triple-height ceilings, a glass fireplace, an installation of hanging globes, and access to the ninth-floor terrace.

Brooklyn Point, #67E (Serhant LLC)

58 Saint Marks Place
No public availabilities

58 Saint Marks Place Saint Marks Place (Caukus Consulting LLC)
Club Room with fireplace
At popular new condominium Saint Marks Place, the amenities are divided into four distinct areas. At the center of The Club (the most socially oriented amenities) is a club room with fireplace and wet bar.

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