Live in one of these 5 buildings with unique outdoor offerings

A three-bedroom, two-bath condo at 301 West 53rd Street (yours for $1.78 million) gives you access to the building’s impressive suite of outdoor amenities, including a space that can be used for al fresco fitness classes and a private dog park so Fido can get his own exercise without ever leaving home.


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Summer may be winding down but that doesn't mean you shouldn’t be squeezing every last bit of warm weather fun you can from the season. For that, you need a building that takes its outdoor amenities seriously. The following all fit the bill.

The 4,950-square-foot, fifth-floor terrace at 388 Bridge Street in downtown Brooklyn offers a barbecue grilling deck, a separate children’s play area, and a summer movie series, complete with fresh popped popcorn machine, of course. A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath duplex is on the market for $2.995 million.

For those with a green thumb, a two-bedroom, one-bath rental at 10 City Point in downtown Brooklyn (priced at $4,324/month) gains your entry to an 18th-floor green terrace with a planted lawn and a resident gardening area that can be used for growing veggies and herbs.

At 1 North 4th Place in Williamsburg, residents can take advantage of movie screenings on its sun deck, not to mention an outdoor barbecue area and an outdoor pool, too.  A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath there ($7,700/month) comes with southern exposure, city views, and its own washer and dryer.

For truly creative outdoor amenities, it seems a move to Brooklyn is a must. To wit, a rent-stabilized, no-fee two bedroom, two-bath home at 7 DeKalb (listed at $5,057/month) includes a 6,000-square-foot public terrace with planting and vegetable gardens, lawn space, and bar counter.


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