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Where to watch Netflix in style (The Gilroy; Lalezarian Properties) Where to watch Netflix in style (The Gilroy; Lalezarian Properties)
While the Yankees were eliminated from the playoffs earlier this month, putting baseball season to an end for many New Yorkers, football season remains in full swing. For those who aren't sports fans, fall means a new crop of television shows and the return of old favorites. Add in the horror movies associated with spooky season and made-for-TV holiday movies airing earlier every year, and it's little surprise to see people gathered around their screens.

While many of us are happy to hunker down at home in front of the TV, rental developments continue to offer lounges with big-screen TVs, if not dedicated screening rooms. Between the greater square footage, cushy seating, and larger screens than most apartments can accommodate, such settings are ideal for hosting game day or a movie watch party.

345-395-South-End-Avenue-01 Gateway lounge (Gateway)
Gateway was the first residential development to take shape in Battery Park City, and set the standard for subsequent rentals that took shape in the area. The expansive amenity suite includes a resident lounge with big-screen TV, extensive seating, and billiards table.

8-Spruce-Street-01 8 Spruce screening room (Beam Living)
8 Spruce's design by Pritzker Prize laureate Frank Gehry makes a dramatic statement in the Lower Manhattan skyline. Inside, the amenities were inspired by five-star hotels and designed to make the most of spectacular views and abundant natural light. They include a screening room with multi-tiered seating, allowing for a fun and casual atmosphere.

13 availabilities from $4,160/month
One month free rent on a 13-month lease

311-Eleventh-Avenue-01 3ELEVEN lounge (Douglaston Development)
Across from the condos and commercial towers of Hudson Yards, 3ELEVEN more than holds its own with its towering height, full blockfront span, and array of indoor/outdoor amenities. These include poolside cabanas with private grills, TVs, and wet bars - the perfect setting for your watch party!

2 availabilities from $3,995/month
One month free rent on a 12-month lease

232-East-54th-Street-01 Screening room (Lalezarian Properties)
Between its architecture and amenities, The Gilroy combines Art Deco influences with the needs and wants of the modern buyer. These include a spacious screening room with a skylight and an enormous Chesterfield sofa that makes for a comfortable, stylish viewing experience.

3-Waterline-Square-01 Three Waterline Square Great Room (Evan Joseph)
All residents of Waterline Square have access to the massive Waterline Club, which counts a spacious screening room among over 100,000 square feet of amenities. However, residents of Three Waterline Square, the one rental building in the complex, don't have to go far to enjoy a night of entertainment: The building offers a media room with wet bar, as well as an adjacent Great Room with fireplace, bar, and private terrace.

1998-Second-Avenue-01 Screening area (Cantor Pecorella)
Inside, the twelfth-floor lounge features a big-screen TV, bar, fireplace, and terrace access. Outside, the rooftop pool deck includes BBQ areas, table seating, and a 17' LED TV. At any time of year, 1998 Second Avenue offers an excellent viewing experience.

11 availabilities from $2,801/month
One month free rent on a 13-month lease

250-Gold-Street-01 Screening room (MNS)
The full-block 250 Gold Street brings simple elegance, creative architecture, and well-thought amenities to its stretch between DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn. Amenities like the lounge and screening room are the social center of the building.

13 availabilities from $3,164/month
Two months free rent on an 18-month lease

200-Montague-Street-01 Lounge (MNS)
Owing to its address in the Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District, 200 Montague Street's design had to be approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. However, the interiors and amenities, which include a lounge with big-screen TV, were designed to appeal to the 21st-century renter.

18-Sixth-Avenue-01 Screening room (Brodsky Organization)
Brooklyn Crossing is in a prime location at the nexus of Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, and Downtown Brooklyn, offering easy access to some of the borough's top attractions. However, the building's robust amenity package means some residents may not need leave the building to work, exercise, relax, or see their favorite movies and shows.

3 availabilities from $3,273/month
1.5 months free rent on a 10-month lease

1134-Fulton-Street-01 Screening room (MNS)
Amenities at 1134 Fulton Street include a business center, game lounge, and screening room. And with Lincoln Market as one of the building's retail tenants, it just got a lot easier to pick up snacks for the big game or movie night.

47-05-Center-Boulevard-01 Lounge (Rockrose)
Long Island City has emerged as a renter's destination in recent years, and 47-05 Center Boulevard was among the buildings leading the charge. The interiors have recently been renovated, and amenities like multiple lounges and a screening room cater to residents' every need.

57-28-2nd-Street-01 Lounge (Gotham Organization)
Earlier this spring, Gotham Point welcomed its first residents. The lounges feature big-screen TVs, though it remains to be seen whether even the hottest programming can compete with the building's outdoor terraces and sweeping skyline and river views.

Gotham Organization

Gotham Organization
Gotham Point leasing
57-28 2nd Street
New York, NY 11101
(646) 867-XXXX

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