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As of this writing, the March Madness college basketball tournament is well underway. On the men's side, several upsets had many scrambling to adjust their brackets. On the women's side, the meteoric rise of Iowa Hawkeyes player Caitlin Clark has many tuning in.

The return of March Madness might inspire some to get back on the court, whether to relive their glory days or for the fun of it, but the local forecast is not exactly conducive to it: Heavy rain is predicted for Saturday with strong winds to follow on Sunday and temperatures not expected to rise any higher than the mid-fifties. And if the weather was perfect, the city's public basketball courts would likely fill up fast.

However, some lucky New Yorkers are well positioned to get in the game: These residential buildings all over the city count indoor basketball courts among their amenities. And for those who'd rather watch than play, the extensive amenity packages also include lounges with big-screen TVs.

In this article:

Mercedes House, 550 West 54th Street
Mercedes House, 550 West 54th Street Midtown West
180 East 88th Street
180 East 88th Street Carnegie Hill
45 Wall Street
45 Wall Street Financial District
Summit, 222 East 44th Street
Summit, 222 East 44th Street Turtle Bay/United Nations
One Manhattan Square, 252 South Street
One Manhattan Square, 252 South Street Lower East Side
252 South Street One Manhattan Square (Evan Joseph)
Down the street from the sports courts of John V. Lindsay East River Park, One Manhattan Square brings unmatched height, views, and amenities to this section of Lower Manhattan. In addition to a multi-story fitness center, health and wellness amenities include a basketball court, a squash court, a sports simulator, a bowling alley with two lanes, and a pool and spa area. More chill hangout areas include a cellar bar and lounge with a big-screen TV and billiards area.

One Manhattan Square, #22A (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

275 West 10th Street
1 availability for $7,400,000

275 West 10th Street The Shephard (Stribling)
In the heart of the West Village, a former warehouse has been transformed into luxurious, highly coveted condos. March weather is notoriously unpredictable, but an indoor half-basketball court allows residents to get in the game regardless of temperature. Elsewhere in the building, a screening room with plush seats is ideal for watching the big game in both comfort and style.

The Shephard, #10C (Compass)

45-West-22nd-Street-1 Madison Square Park Tower (Brown Harris Stevens)
Indoor basketball court
Not only is Madison Square Park Tower the tallest building in the Flatiron/Union Square area, but it also offers some of the most attractive amenities. The Great Room lounge offers a sumptuous setting for game-viewing, and the exclusive Tower Attache concierge is on hand to take March Madness parties to the next level. More active residents have a university club-inspired half basketball court at their disposal.

Madison Square Park Tower, #30B (Elegran LLC)

50 Riverside Boulevard
7 availabilities from $1,550,000

50 Riverside Boulevard One Riverside Park (Compass)
Indoor basketball court
The centerpiece of this Upper West Side condominium near Riverside Park is a 40,000-square-foot health club and spa, which boasts a full basketball court, full squash court, rock climbing wall, pool and hot tub, and two-lane bowling alley. Leisure-oriented amenities include a screening room, indoor playground, landscaped courtyard, and party room with catering kitchen.

One Riverside Park, #8J (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

378 West End Avenue 378 West End Avenue (Compass)
378 West End Avenue sports a context-sensitive design in the West End-Collegiate Historic District, but the amenities were designed with today's buyers in mind. Wellness offerings include a half basketball court, squash court, sports simulator, and gym. The club room comes with a screening lounge and billiards table. These common areas and all others are reached through doors with copper alloy handles, and the building is underpinned by advanced air and water filtration systems.

378 West End Avenue, #7D (Alchemy Properties Inc)

2505 Broadway 2505 Broadway (CityRealty)
2505 Broadway basketball court Basketball court (Douglas Elliman)
In August 2022, the ODA-designed 2505 Broadway opened for immediate occupancy. The building is a short walk from the basketball courts of Riverside Park, but the amenities include a sports court just off the fitness center. Elsewhere in the building, a social lounge is ideal for relaxation.

2505 Broadway, #PENTHOUSE (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

180 East 88th Street 180 East 88th Street (CityRealty)
180-East-88th-Street-01 180 East 88th Street basketball court (Sean Hemmerle)
180 East 88th Street is the tallest building in its Upper East Side neighborhood, and eight floors are devoted entirely to residential amenities. These include a basketball shooting area, a fitness studio, and a soccer pitch. Further in, a lounge with a catering kitchen is ideal for a viewing party.

180 East 88th Street, #34A (Corcoran Group)

9 Dekalb Avenue The Brooklyn Tower (Douglas Elliman)
High-floor basketball court
The Brooklyn Tower is the tallest building in the borough, and the amenities soar to similar lofty heights. The 66th floor alone is home to such active amenities as a basketball court, pickleball and padel courts, a children's playground, and what's been described as "the world's highest dog run." Those who'd rather watch the games than play have their choice of lounges throughout the building.

The Brooklyn Tower, #PH90N (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

138 Willoughby Street Brooklyn Point (Evan Joseph)
Brooklyn Point is one of the tallest buildings in the borough and offers one of the most comprehensive amenity packages in the entire series. From the eleventh-floor fitness center to the interactive squash court with a basketball hoop, the active amenities offer state-of-the-art technology. On the ninth floor, the park lounge was designed for entertaining with a big-screen TV, a bar, a fireplace, and access to a landscaped terrace.

Brooklyn Point, #42E (Sothebys International Realty)

Edge North and South Towers The Edge (Stephen B. Jacobs Group)
The two towers comprising Williamsburg waterfront development The Edge make it one of New York's largest residential developments to received LEED Gold certification. Inside, the apartments and amenities are as stylish as they are sustainable. Residents have access to a fitness center, indoor basketball court that can be adapted to play other sports, screening rooms, lounges, and roof decks, to name just a few.

The Edge South Tower, #24F (Compass)

Waterline Square Upper West Side Waterline Square (Evan Joseph)
Waterline-Square-01 All images of Waterline Square via Noe & Associates with The Boundary
The three soaring, celebrity architect-designed towers comprising Waterline Square each have their own private amenities, which include lounges ideal for hosting gatherings like game viewing parties. However, the buildings are also connected by The Waterline Club, a luxurious, 100,000-square-foot space with amenities designed to cater to every interest and hobby. These include a full-sized basketball court for athletes of all stripes and a dedicated screening room.

Two Waterline Square, #23D (Corcoran Group)

45 Wall Street entrance 45 Wall Street (TF Cornerstone)
At a time when there is much discussion about converting office buildings to residential use, 45 Wall Street has already done that decades after it was constructed as offices for Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company. The extensive amenity package includes two state-of-the-art fitness centers, a basketball court, valet service, bike storage, a penthouse-level Club Lounge, and outdoor roof terrace.

222 East 44th Street Summit (BLDG Management)
222-East-44th-Street-01 Summit (BLDG Managment)
In the wake of Midtown East's rezoning, Summit rose on the former site of a parking garage with an award-winning design and over 45,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor amenities. The Arena is dedicated to health and wellness with a state-of-the-art fitness center, full basketball court, squash court, personal training rooms, 18-meter indoor lap pool, and spa and sauna areas. Several stories up, a Sky Lounge offers an entertainment bar, private wine storage, fireside seating, and a dining room with service kitchen.

1065 Second Avenue Aalto57 (Rose Associates)
Indoor basketball court
The apartments of Aalto57 are located in an eye-catching, LEED Silver-certified tower designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and the building's amenities are every bit as striking as its architecture. The Luxury Attache concierge service is on hand to enhance game day parties, and the building's lounge is ideal for hosting them. Additional offerings include, but are not limited to, a large fitness center, indoor basketball court, and rock-climbing wall.

435 West 31st Street The Eugene (Brookfield Properties)
Indoor basketball court
In the heart of the Manhattan West development, it might be easier to ask what amenity-rich rental The Eugene does not have. Its fitness offerings include a regulation-size basketball court, two-story rock climbing wall, and golf simulator. Leisure amenities include a media and entertainment room, library lounge, sunroom, and on-site Bluestone Lane coffee shop.

605 West 42nd Street Sky (The Moinian Group)
Located in a section of towering, amenity-rich rentals on the Far West Side, Sky is distinguished by its towering height, elegant apartments, and impressive array of amenities. A massive Lifetime Fitness center includes a full-size indoor basketball court, a sunlit indoor pool, and a spa with a Turkish-style hammam. Building amenities include a lounge with game room.

550-West-54th-Street-01 Mercedes House (Two Trees Management)
With its imaginative architecture, modern residences, and extensive amenity package, Mercedes House is a classical example of the Far West Side's residential transformation. At the heart of the amenity package is the 80,000-square-foot Mercedes Club, a wellness center with a full-service health club, spin, yoga, and boxing studios, indoor basketball court, and a robust schedule of group fitness classes. Those who'd rather watch than play can kick back in the building's lounge.

606 West 57th Street
7 availabilities from $3,880/month
One month OP and one month free rent on select units

606 West 57th Street The Max (TF Cornerstone)
606-West-57th-Street-1 All images of The Max via TF Cornerstone
The Max is a prime example of the rentals with jaw-dropping architecture and amenities that have come to dot the Far West Side in recent years. Residents enjoy stunning Hudson River views, not to mention a dedicated suite of amenities designed to encourage interaction among residents. Chief among these is an expansive fitness center with a full basketball court, cardio balcony, free weights, Peloton bikes, yoga/barre studio, and stretching area.

222 West 80th Street 222 W80 (Rose Associates)
Indoor basketball court
Between the prime uptown location, fine craftsmanship inside and out, and abundance of amenities, it's no wonder there are few availabilities at this Upper West Side rental. All apartments enjoy condo-quality finishes and appliances. Its impressive amenities package includes a basketball half-court, two-lane bowling alley, residents' lounge, and roof deck.

Jackson Park Long Island City rental Jackson Park (Tishman Speyer)
Indoor basketball court
Similar to Waterline Square across the river (see above), the three buildings comprising the Jackson Park development are connected by a park and share more than 120,000 square feet of amenities in The Club at Jackson Park. Here, five stories of premium amenities include a full-size indoor volleyball court, state-of-the-art fitness center, golf simulator, and fireside and tech lounges, to name just a few.

101 Lincoln Avenue
18 availabilities from $3,050/month
One month free rent and reduced amenity fees

101 Lincoln Avenue Lincoln at Bankside (Brookfield Properties)
The Bankside master plan is set to transform the Mott Haven waterfront with a four-story residential development offering water views, well laid out apartments, and incredible amenity offerings. In Lincoln at Bankside, the second phase of the plan, an array of indoor amenities includes a full-sized indoor basketball court, a two-story fitness center, and a lounge with indoor/outdoor terrarium.