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Where to find the best sports courts in NYC rental buildings Where to find the best sports courts in NYC rental buildings
On March 17, 2022, the first round of the men’s basketball tournament, better known as March Madness, kicked off. Last year’s tournament took place without bands, cheer squads, or anywhere near the typical number of spectators; it also took place with strict health and safety protocols for the athletes. This year promises to bring back the typical, super-charged atmosphere.

This year is also expected to bring changes for the better for the women’s tournament. After a video showing the dramatic disparity between the men’s and women’s training facilities went viral, the N.C.A.A. commissioned an external gender equity review. Now the women’s tournament can be branded with March Madness just as the men’s has, and the apps for the two tournaments will be compatible. Additionally, the men’s and women’s teams are set to receive the same swag bags upon arrival.

Any number of sports bars in the city will be broadcasting the games, and several public parks have basketball courts for those who’d rather play than watch. However, some renters don’t have to leave their buildings to get in the game - developers have made a point of including sports courts in expansive amenity packages.

Developer: GID Group | Architects: Richard Meier & Partners, KPF, Rafael Vinoly Architects, and The Rockwell Group
3 Towers | 1,100 Condo + Rental apartments

One- to four-bedrooms from $5,840/month

Up to 4 months free rent at lease signing
 
 
 
 
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The three-tower, Hudson River-facing complex at Waterline Square boasts the greatest athletic center of any rental property in the city, which includes a six-hoop basketball court, a three-lane lap pool, a 30-foot rock climbing wall, a tennis court, a children’s soccer field, a squash court, and yoga and boxing studios. And around the time skateboarding was announced as a new Olympic sport, Waterline Square revealed its indoor half-pipe skate park.

Developer: The Moinian Group | Architect: Hill West
71 stories | 1,116 rental apartments

Studio to two-bedrooms from $3,475/month

1 month free on a 13-month lease
605-West-42nd-Street-1 All images of Sky via The Moinian Group
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The 676-foot-tall Sky boasts an amenity package amply sized to fit the broad-shouldered, 1,116-unit building. Athletic offerings include a LifeTime Athletic gym, a full-size indoor basketball court, a sunny indoor pool, and a spacious sun deck with two outdoor pools.

Developer: CIM Group/LIVWRK | Architect: Morris Adjmi Architects
21 stories | 320 rental apartments

Studio to two-beds from $3,501/month

Up to 2 months free rent
Basketball court Sports court via Life Time Fitness
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Magnolia DUMBO is the rental component of the full-block DUMBO development that is also home to a 77,000-square-foot Life Time Fitness outpost with cardio and conditioning areas, a basketball court, an indoor pool, a spa, and a cafe. Additional amenities include a 23,000-square-foot private park, an outdoor pool deck, an indoor/outdoor lounge, and a game room with large-screen TV for those who'd rather watch the games.

Developer: Tishman Speyer | Architects: Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects and Hill West
3 Towers | 1,871 Rental apartments

28-40-Jackson-Avenue-1 All images of Jackson Park via Citi Habitats
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The triple-towered complex at Jackson Park proves that Queens has arrived as a serious contender on the city's rental market. Full-size courts for basketball, volleyball, and squash are just some of the amenities in the five-story, 45,000-square-foot Club that also offers a fireside lounge, a fitness center with a 75-foot indoor pool, yoga and pilates studios, a steam room, a dining room with a demonstration kitchen, a tech area, a conference center, a game room with a poker table, a golf simulator. Cabanas and chaise lounge chairs sit beside a heated outdoor pool on the rooftop sundeck, which overlooks a private, 1.6-acre park with a spacious lawn, dog park, children’s playground, bocce court, fresh-air ping-pong, BBQ stations, and more.

Developer: Silverstein Properties | Architect: Costas Kondylis
41 stories | 921 rental apartments

One-bed for $4,650/month

$1,500 security deposit
650-West-42nd-Street-1 All images of River Place via Silverstein Propertiers
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Between the indoor basketball court, two outdoor tennis courts, and indoor pool, River Place would seem to encapsulate Summer Olympic highlights under one roof. The building also houses a 34,000-square-foot fitness center with cardio and weight equipment, a spinning bike studio, and saunas and steam rooms.

Developer: Brookfield Properties | Architect: SLCE Architects
62 stories | 844 rental apartments

435-West-31st-Street-1 All images of The Eugene via The Marketing Directors
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The Hudson Yards development boasts some of the city's tallest, best-appointed and most expensive condo buildings, yet even they cannot match The Eugene's full-size indoor basketball court. The building also offers a two-story rock climbing wall, a La Palestra fitness center, and spin, yoga, and Pilates studios.

Developer: TF Cornerstone | Architect: Arquitectonica
42 stories | 1,028 rental apartments

606-West-57th-Street-1 All images of The Max via TF Cornerstone
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Just as The Eugene upstages its elite Hudson Yards condo neighbors with its indoor basketball court, so does The Max against its Billionaire's Row counterparts, where condo towers are setting height records; and yet, none have a basketball court to match that in the Max. A cardio balcony, weight room, and exclusive yoga classes will also help residents get into Olympic-ready condition.

Developer: BLDG Management | Architect: Handel Architects
41 stories | 429 rental apartments

222-East-44th-Street-01 All images of Summit via BLDG Management
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The Arena at Summit is a modern space with state-of-the-art fitness offerings that include a full basketball court and squash court. Additional athletic offerings include a fitness center, personal training rooms, and 18-meter indoor lap pool.

Developer: G&M Realty | Architect: HTO Architects
2 towers | 1,115 rental apartments

Studio to two-beds from $3,200/month

12 months of free amenity access
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In a textbook example of Long Island City's evolution from an abandoned industrial stretch to an in-demand residential neighborhood, the 5Pointz development rose on the former site of a graffiti art mecca. The interiors are well above the caliber of a starving artist's loft, and a 90,000-square-foot amenities package includes a nearly 8,000-square-foot fitness center, an indoor basketball court, an indoor pool with lounge chairs, a video arcade, a game lounge with big-screen TVs and a pool table, a co-working lounge, and an indoor/outdoor Sky Lounge with BBQ grills and panoramic views.

Developer: RockRose Development | Architect: SLCE Architects
51 stories | 924 rental apartments

43-25-Hunter-Street-1 All images of Hayden via Rockrose
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The Hayden is a 50-floor Long Island City rental tower featuring apartments with spectacular views, hardwood floors, granite countertops and Frigidaire stainless appliances in kitchens, in-unit Bosch washers and dryers, and fixtures by Grohe in the bathrooms. Its 30,000-square-foot amenity package includes an attended lobby, valet services, a two-story fitness center, a full-size basketball court, a dog washing station, an on-site garage, bike parking, and more. Multiple resident lounges are also found throughout the building.

Developer: The Brodsky Organization | Architect: CookFox
48 stories | 439 rental apartments

10-City-Point-1 All images of City Tower via Brodsky Organization
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City Tower stands close to the Barclay Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets, and pays homage to the neighboring arena with a sunlit half-court of its own. It is situated next to a fitness center with cardio equipment, weights, and beautiful city views.

Developers: Urban Development Partners and Area Property Partners | Architect: SLCE Architects
7 stories | 235 rental apartments

50-North-4th-Street-1 All images of 50 North 5th Street via Citi Habitats
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50 North 5th Street is a 7-story, 235-unit apartment building situated between Wythe Avenue and North 4th Street in North Williamsburg, in walking distance to East River State Park. The building's 15,000 square feet of amenities include two lounges and a “breakfast station” that leads to the courtyard with a large fountain, a bocce ball court, and a two-level fitness center with an indoor basketball court.

Developer: TF Cornerstone | Architect: Meltzer Mendl Architects
28 stories | 435 rental apartments

Studio to three-beds from $3,475/month

Up to 1 month OP on three-bed
45-Wall-Street-1 All images of 45 Wall Street via TF Cornerstone
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45 Wall Street offers studio to three-bedroom apartments, as well as many homes with alcoves and home offices. Many apartments feature extra high ceilings, pass-through kitchens or open plan layouts, wood strip floors, and large windows. A half-court basketball court and two state-of-the-art fitness centers are at the heart of the amenities, which also include a common wraparound terrace and a penthouse-level residents club.

Developer: Two Trees Management Company | Architect: Enrique Norten
32 stories | 864 rental apartments

Studio to two-beds from $3,750/month

Reduced security deposit
550-West-54th-Street-01 Mercedes House via Two Trees Management Group
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550 West 54th Street amenities
The Far West Side has seen some architecturally adventurous new buildings take shape in recent years, and Mercedes House's design by Enrique Norton was an early leader. The Mercedes Club is a full-service health club with personal trainers, state-of-the-art equipment, and steam rooms; additional athletic offerings include an indoor basketball court, spin, yoga, and boxing studios, an indoor lap pool, an outdoor pool and sundeck, and outdoor terrace with table tennis and bocce courts.

Developer: Laurence Ginsberg | Architect: H. Thomas O'Hara
27 stories | 301 rental apartments

229-West-60th-Street All images of Sessanta via Triumph Property Group
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Sessanta stands within a few blocks of some of Manhattan's busiest nodes - 57th Street, Central Park South, and Lincoln Center - yet one would hardly know it from the quiet, spacious courtyard that shelters a cozy English garden and a full-size tennis court. Additional offerings include a full fitness center, yoga/Pilates room, indoor pool with courtyard views, and saunas to relax at the end of a workout.

Other NYC rentals with sports courts
123-Linden-Boulevard-01 PLG via The Moinian Group
1065-Second-Avenue-01 aalto57 via Rose Associates

22-India-Street-01 The Greenpoint via Mack Real Estate Group
242-West-53rd-Street-01 ARO via Algin Management Co.

263-South-5th-Street-01 The Dime via Fogarty Finger Architects
450-West-42nd-Street-01 MiMa via Related Rentals

95-Wall-Street-01 95 Wall Street via UDR
99-Gold-Street-01 99 Gold via Core

600-West-42nd-Street-01 Silver Towers via Silverstein Properties
554-West-54th-Street-01 Instrata at Mercedes House via Bozzuto Management

500-West-56th-Street-01 The Westport via Related Rentals
50-Murray-Street-01 Tribeca House via Clipper Equities

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