These New York City Luxury Residences Are Keeping Residents Warm This Winter Season

The winter months are underway and New Yorkers are gearing up for the holidays. With amenities like exclusively curated libraries, a year-round outdoor terrace and resident lounges, these luxury developments located throughout New York City are preparing cozy spaces for residents to enjoy and get warm. Here are some of the city’s newest residential properties, featuring fireplaces for residents to relax and unwind from the cold weather:

1. The Chamberlain

This luxury development located on the Upper West Side features a library lounge with a fireplace in the amenity space, where residents can cozy up next to with a book from the curated book collection, or where kids can do their homework.

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2. 135 West 52nd Street

This new condo building in Midtown Manhattan features several fireplaces throughout its 12,000-square-foot Resident’s Club, complete with an expansive collection of opulent amenities. Designed by CetraRuddy, the building’s lavish resident’s lounge features a marble fireplace with an intimate seating area, a private dining area, an exclusive library and a fully furnished outdoor terrace with an additional fireplace.

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3. AKA Sutton Place

Hotel residence AKA Sutton Place blends together the experience of a luxury hotel and residential lifestyle by offering fully appointed residential suites balanced with the style and hospitality of an intimate hotel, ideal for travelers looking for a “long-stay”. The property’s newest amenity addition, the a.lounge, designed by acclaimed design house Meyer Davis Studio, artfully compliments Sutton Place’s traditional warmth with an open fireplace — where residents can relax while enjoying coffee, tea or a cocktail that is served from the lounge’s spectacular marble bar. The relaxing, yet of-the-moment ambiance also includes numerous cozy seating areas and a zen garden.

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4. 365 Bond

This Goldstein, Hill + West Architects (GHWA) designed rental development and Brooklyn’s newest residential destination features a plethora of amenities for residents. The waterfront building with layouts by expert architects GHWA boasts 40,000 square feet of amenity space located on the first floor with panoramic windows bringing in natural light. A wood burning fireplace in the library creates a cozy atmosphere where residents can gather to chat, read a book or simply enjoy the views.

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5. Citizen 360

Anbau’s latest SHoP Architects-designed luxury condominium, located in the emerging Yorkville neighborhood, features amenities designed by holistic interior designer Clodagh that provide residents with a soothing escape from the “concrete jungle.” In particular, the light-filled private resident lounge features a fireplace which residents can relax and unwind in front of after a long day.

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