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NYC Condos With Rooftops For July 4th Entertaining

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From outdoor kitchens and pools to lounge spaces and unbeatable views, residents can soak up the sun and have some summer fun at these rooftops in the sky.

2505 Broadway

  • 2505 Broadway is an elegant 19-story luxury condominium building nestled on the corner of 93rd Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Developed by Adam America Real Estate and designed by ODA, 2505 Broadway features a collection of 41 residences for sale. The three-to-four+ bedroom residences consist of layouts with walls of windows, large and light-filled spaces, and gorgeous great rooms, and start at$3.995 million. The building’s lushly landscaped rooftop terrace features water views of the Hudson where residents can watch sailboats and speedboats by day and take in glorious sunsets by night. The sprawling terrace features two outdoor kitchens ready for preparing anything from a chile-rubbed rib eye to vegan and tastebud-friendly fare like grilled okra or cauliflower steak.
  • Sales: Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the project, with on-site sales led by Ariel Tirosh. 2505 Broadway is more than 50% sold. Closings have commenced and the building is available for immediate occupancy.
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The Westly

  • Developed by Adam America Real Estate and Northlink Capital, The Westly features 52 residencesconsisting of two- to five-bedroom homes, with select homes offering private outdoor terraces. The residences range in size from approximately 1,252 to 3,524 square feet, with asking prices starting at approximately $2.625 million for a two-bedroom to $13.5 million for a five-bedroom home. Emanating the upscale and intimate feel of a private club, the generous amenities at The Westly include a rooftop that hovers over the city with an outdoor swimming pool, recreational and lounge areas. Residents can soak up some sun and take in panoramic views of the Hudson River and city skyline from the pristine rooftop pool or one of several relaxing lounge areas. The building also includes a 24-hour concierge with a grand double-height lobby and a stone clad, helix-shaped grand staircase; fitness center and yoga studio; lounge;children’s playroom; youth room for gaming; music room; bike room; live-in superintendent; and pet grooming station.
  • Sales: SERHANT. New Development
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Jolie (77 Greenwich Street)

  • Jolie is a luxury-defining LEED-certified condominium where every apartment is an aperture for light and enchanting vistas of the New York City harbor. Beneath a shimmering pleated glass façade, residents can luxuriate in elegant homes as well as the exclusive Cloud Club 77—a collection of incredible lifestyle amenities crowned by a fireplace lounge, a double-height fitness center, and a rooftop oasis.
  • Sales: SERHANT. New Development
  • Website:
PropTech Consulting

Quay Tower

  • Rising 30 stories high, Quay Tower is an incomparable residential development that hovers over Brooklyn Bridge Park as the New York City harbor and the Manhattan skyline unfurl before it. Quay Tower’s extensive amenity package is filled with modern essentials designed to complement today’s active lifestyles. The Sky Cabana, an indoor-outdoor rooftop space offers open southern views and is the ideal spot for sun lounging. A dining terrace has grilling stations, and an entertainment center features a flat-screen TV. At the Sunset Lounge, residents enjoy cozy seating and dazzling views looking into the mouth of the East River as the city skyline rises on either side. A look-through fireplace can be admired from inside or out, and grilling stations and a catering kitchen make entertaining a cinch.
  • Sales: SERHANT. New Development
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Evan Joseph

Brooklyn Point

  • Designed by world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF), the soaring, 720-foot-tall Downtown Brooklyn condominium tower features a sculptural façade with oversized windows that frame spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, waterways, and parks. Brooklyn Point features the highest residential infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere, and unobstructed views of the New York skyline and waterways. This elevated rooftop escape also includes dedicated areas for sunbathing, outdoor showers, al fresco dining, and outdoor screenings for movies under the stars.