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277 Fifth Avenue via Kenneth Chen 277 Fifth Avenue via Kenneth Chen
New York has always been a city full of animal lovers, but that got taken to new levels during the pet adoption boom of the coronavirus pandemic. Taking the dog for a walk gave New Yorkers a reason to go outside during lockdown, and there is now so much more to do with your furry friend than a simple visit to the dog park. While pets are not allowed inside bars and restaurants, the Open Restaurants program allows those eating outside to dine with their dogs.

Earlier this week, the first flagship store for Reddy, Petco’s premium lifestyle brand for dogs, opened in Soho to offer a fitting station for apparel and harnesses, a fresh nutrition station, a treat station, and a lounge area with free WiFi. Additionally, while the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade is the most famous canine costume contest in New York, it is no longer the only one - Manhattan West, the Meatpacking District, Washington Square Park, and Fort Greene Park are also hosting Halloween parades for dogs this weekend.
Reddy-01 Soho has gone to the dogs in the best possible way. (Image via Petco)
New York’s legislators and landlords are also taking notice of the love of pets. In line with the “adopt, don’t shop” philosophy, the New York State Senate approved a bill to end the retail sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in May 2021. A report from November 2020 found that a number of landlords became more flexible with their pet policies to better attract and retain residents. Moreover, developers recognize the “pet parent” as a valuable demographic and are putting in amenities and services to accommodate them. Below, see the most pet-friendly buildings in New York City.

Dog-Friendly Condos
Grooming and Vet Services
138-Willoughby-Street-1 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
All units in this soaring Brooklyn condo tower boast soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and unparalleled skyline and water views. The kitchens come outfitted with cerused oak cabinetry, quartz slab countertops, and state-of-the-art Miele appliances. An example of this amenity-rich building offerings include the Western Hemisphere's highest rooftop infinity pool, fitness center, lounge, and pet grooming facility with vet services by appointment. See all availabilities here.

Dog Play Space on Billionaires' Row
252-East-57th-Street-1 All images of 252 East 57th Street via Compass
At the eastern end of Billionaires' Row, this beautifully constructed tower features gracefully curved windows, soaring ceilings, kitchens with high-end appliances and finishes, and in-unit washer/dryer. Building amenities include state-of-the-art fitness center, spa with hydrotherapy circuit, children's playroom, and dog play space and grooming station. See floor plan and full details here.

Dog Run on the East River
252-South-Street-2 Building photo via Evan Joseph
252-South-Street-1 All images of One Manhattan Square via Extell
High-floor home along the East River faces west and enjoys spectacular views of New York Harbor. Additional features include oak flooring, imported stone and custom finishes, chef's kitchen, luxe baths, and in-unit washer/dryer. Residents enjoy over 100,000 square feet of luxurious indoor and outdoor amenities, and furry friends are not forgotten with a pet spa and a covered dog run. See floor plan and full details here.

Husky All animal images via ASPCA
From the adoption page: We rescued Violet and her six puppies from a kill shelter and were able to get them all the care and love they deserve. She is good with people and other dogs. See full details and how to apply for adoption here.

Canine Concierge in NoMad
From the adoption page: I'm the victim of a new baby and my owners have no time for me and they feel I would be better with a person/couple/family that will have the time to give me daily interactivity that I am not getting. It's a shame, but I'm ready to move onto my next adventure and to a home where I can be the "apple of someone's eye." I'm just a great golden guy with a huge smile and just love everyone! I'm medium active and as you can see I'm a bit overweight due to lack of exercise. I love going for long walks and hikes and to play a game of fetch. In the house I'm easy going, mellow and a couch potato. I'm housebroken and crate trained and am excellent on the leash. See full details and how to apply for adoption here.

277-Fifth-Avenue-1 All images of 277 Fifth Avenue via Kenneth Chen
Up the street from Madison Square Park, apartments at 277 Fifth Avenue feature perimeter columns, floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings, open chef's kitchens, and primary suites with a generous dressing area and windowed marble baths. In addition to a luxurious amenity suite for humans, the building also offers reward-based dog training, dog walkers who provide real-time updates, and doggy day club through the concierge service. See floor plan and full details here.

Dog Run with Skyline Views
77-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of Jolie via Serhant
When this Financial District tower was named Jolie, the building released a video showing power broker Ryan Serhant enjoying the building with a small dog. This turned out not to be slick marketing - Jolie welcomes pets and offers an outdoor dog run on one of three outdoor terraces. See all availabilities here.

Pet-Friendly Amenities Indoors and Out
639-West-59th-Street-1 All images of Waterline Square via Noe & Associates with The Boundary
All units at Waterline Square boast floor-to-ceiling windows fill this expansive apartment with panoramic views of the Hudson River and New York skyline. Interior features include custom Italian kitchen, fully vented washer/dryer, and primary suites with abundant closet space and five-fixture bath. Not only are the grounds ideal for dog walking, but residents have access to a 100,000-square-foot Waterline Club that caters to every hobby and lifestyle, including pet owners with an indoor dog playroom, dog training studio, and dog washing station. See all availabilities here.

Dog City in New York City
460-West-42nd-Street-1 All images of Manhattan View at MiMa via Compass
Apartments at the LEED Gold-certified Manhattan View MiMa boast triple-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchens with high-end finishes and appliances, and in-unit washer/dryers. The expansive amenity package includes Dog City, New York's first in-building dog spa, resident-only Equinox gym, and landscaped outdoor terrace. See all availabilities here.

Long Island City Luxe
28-16-Jackson-Avenue-1 All images of Jackson Park via Tishman Speyre
28-16-Jackson-Avenue-2 Living/dining room
28-16-Jackson-Avenue-3 Kitchen
Expansive apartments a short distance from Midtown Manhattan boast floor-to-ceiling windows, solar shades, in-unit washer/dryers, and chef's kitchens. The Club at Jackson Park offers 45,000 square feet of premium amenities, and a private park features a dog run, children's play area, bocce court, and grilling/dining area. See full details here.

Downtown Brooklyn Dog Lovers
100-Willoughby-Street-1 All images of AVA DoBro via AvalonBay Communities
Beautifully designed apartments in a prime Brooklyn location offer hard-surface plank flooring, well-outfitted kitchens, in-unit washer/dryers, and built-in charging stations. Between the heated outdoor dog run, rooftop terrace and lounge, and fully equipped fitness center, the building offers incredible amenities both inside and out. See full details here.

Full-Service Living for Pet Lovers
555-Tenth-Avenue-1 All images of 555TEN via Extell
555-Tenth-Avenue-2 Living room
555-Tenth-Avenue-3 Bedroom
Apartments in this centrally located building feature oversized windows, rich wood flooring, kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and in-unit washer/dryers. In addition to the rooftop pool and bowling alley, this amenity-rich building's offerings include a 12th floor dog run and the services of pet care company Throw Me a Bone. See all availabilities here.

Pet-Friendly Living on the High Line
500-West-30th-Street-01 All images of Abington House via Related Rentals
Located where the High Line meets Hudson Yards, Abington House's design by Robert A.M. Stern pays tribute to the neighborhood's industrial history. However, the well-outfitted apartments, extensive amenity package, and on-site Dog City with dog walking, dog training, and play groups were developed with today's renter in mind. See all availabilities here.

Dog Run with Manhattan Views
196-Willoughby-Street-01 All images of The Willoughby via RXR Realty
The Willoughby's address at the intersection of Downtown Brooklyn and Fort Greene puts dogs owners close to the dog runs and green space of Fort Greene Park. However, the amenity-rich new rental offers a private dog run as well as a pet spa right under its roof. See all availabilities here.

From the adoption page: Izzy is good with people of all ages and other dogs. Izzy is adorable, sweet, playful and happy, and she needs a forever home where she will be cherished and loved as a member of her forever family. If you have a leaf on your family tree with Izzy's name on it, please apply online to adopt Izzy (TX) at See full details and how to apply for adoption here.

From the adoption page: I'm 50 pounds of pure happy-go-lucky girl! I need someone who knows my breed and will understand that I'm a working dog and I need a job. I'm sweet, friendly and affectionate, but I'm not fond of other dogs and will probably chase cats. See full details and how to apply for adoption here.

Dog Walking and Training
525-West-52nd-Street-01 All images of Five Two Five via Taconic Partners
All apartments at Five Two Five have been crafted with high-quality materials and finishes, state-of-the-art appliances, high ceilings, and oversized windows. The building's amenities were designed to cater to renters' every need and desire, especially those of pet owners - Throw Me A Bone provides door-to-door dog walking, in-home puppy visits, cat sitting, overnight stays, and even dog training, such as basic obedience training, agility courses, and training boot camps. See all availabilities here.

Full Service Pet Care in Downtown Brooklyn
33-Bond-Street-01 All images of 33 Bond Street via TF Cornerstone
At 33 Bond Street, residents have access to high-end apartments, the first Chelsea Piers location in Brooklyn, and the first dedicated coworking space in TF Cornerstone's portfolio. Their pets also enjoy extensive perks - Throw Me a Bone offers dog walking, professional grooming, pet-sitting with overnight pet care service, and play sessions with a full access puppy cam. See all availabilities here.

Dog Park in Hell's Kitchen
600-West-42nd-Street-01 All images of Silver Towers via Silverstein Properties
Silver Towers is located in a bustling, traffic-heavy section of Midtown Manhattan, but a quarter-acre park on the building's west side offers residents a serene retreat. Its offerings include an enclosed dog run, a children's play area, an interactive mist fountain, and lounging and picnicking areas. See all availabilities here.

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