In more than 20 luxury rental properties throughout New York City, developer Two Trees offers their residential and commercial tenants an enviable perk: the outdoors, now more valuable than ever. It comes in several forms: common and private outdoor spaces, as well as proximity to the city’s most beautiful parks and waterfronts. Here’s an overview:
At Mercedes House, two resort-style outdoor areas that include a pool, chaise lounge areas, fitness areas, a bocce court, and ping pong tables provide everything needed for relaxing outside. When evening rolls around and the sun starts to set on the Hudson River, residents make use of the grills and dining areas and can enjoy an evening movie under the stars.
With front-door access to Domino Park and the East River waterfront, residents at One South First have an abundance of airy options. The building, designed by COOKFOX Architects, provides multiple outdoor spaces of its own, with plenty of privacy in the roof deck cabanas, along with 360-degree panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The lounging, grilling and dining areas on the landscaped decks overlook the river as well, and an outdoor lounge pool seals the deal.
Down the street at 325 Kent, there are terraced apartments, a landscaped open garden and patio, outdoor lounging, grilling and dining areas, and also direct access to Domino Park and the river.
A block from Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO, the 17-story modern luxury rental building at 60 Water Street boasts unique charms. The landscaped roof deck designed by Field Operations — of High Line and Domino Park fame — includes comfortable lounging and dining areas that command incomparable views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.
125 Court Street offers a range of unique apartments, some with double-height ceilings and others with large private terraces and stunning harbor views. A private courtyard designed, again, by Field Operations provides an airy respite for outdoor dining, socializing or just relaxing.
Nearby at 110 Livingston Street, an outdoor courtyard is a unique city oasis with a striking mural by Richard Haas that offers contemplative charm.
At 300 Ashland Place, the Field Operations-designed green rooftop terrace invites residents to enjoy a full floor of amenities, including a sun deck, outdoor seating and work areas. A public plaza at the base of the building features regular cultural programming from iconic Brooklyn institutions. And with apartments that include terraces, expansive windows and unobstructed views in every direction, the outdoors come inside.
Two Trees brings thoughtfulness to their commercial tenants as well. All the office buildings in DUMBO, Williamsburg and Flatiron have landscaped roof decks with WiFi and plenty of seating.
Ten Grand Street commercial tenants enjoy a a sky-lit meeting atrium with cafe seating, casual indoor and outdoor seating, and rentable rooftop terraces.
Visit the Two Trees website for more information.