Manhattan Condos - New Developments - Conversions - Resales: Manhattan Condos with Pools: Lincoln Square, Columbus Circle, Hell's Kitchen

Manhattan Condos with Pools: Lincoln Square, Columbus Circle, Hell's Kitchen

Manhattan Condos with Pools | Condos with Pools in Lincoln Square | Columbus Circle | Hell's Kitchen

Last year I published a popular blog about condos with pools on the Upper West Side. Due to the popularity of that post, I was asked by buyers to expand the post to include more neighborhoods and more Manhattan buildings with pools.


Since most Manhattan apartment buildings are pre-war they were rarely built with pools. Today many new large construction developments are including pools, so there are more pools in more condos and condops in more Manhattan neighborhoods than ever before.

While a pool in a NYC building may be considered a fabulous rare lifestyle amenity, for those buyers that swim daily it is a must have. According to Corcoran's consumer report, 37%, the largest margin said a building with a pool is a top priority amenity for them.

This is the second post in a series featuring Manhattan Apartments (condos, condops and coops) with pools. This post will focus on the Lincoln Square (Lincoln Center area), Columbus Circle and Hell's Kitchen /Clinton neighborhoods.












The Copley | 2000 Broadway
(West 68th/69th Streets)


Built: 1986 
28 Floors - 163 Units








 30 Lincoln Plaza | 30 West 63rd Street
(Central Park West & Broadway)

Built: 1980 - 33 Floors - 609 Units
converted to condo: 2009








The Alfred | 161 West 61st Street
(Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue)
 
 
 Built: 1987
37 Floors - 222 Apartments






 
Time Warner Center | The Mandarin

 80 Columbus Circle | 1 Central Park
(59th Street and West 60th Street)


Built: 2004 
 80 Floors - 191 Apartments







  10 West End Avenue
(West 59th/ 60th Street)

Built: 2007 
 33 Floors - 173 Apartments










The Element | 555 West 59th Street
(Amsterdam Avenue and West End Avenue)


Built: 2007
35 Floors - 198 Apartments



 

One57
 

One57 Pool

One57 | 157 West 57th Street
 (Sixth & Seventh Avenues)
 
    Built: Under Construction
     90 Floors - 92 Apartments
 
Now Selling
 
 


 
           
 
 
 
Park Place | 301 West 57th Street
(Eighth Avenue and Ninth Avenue)

 Built: 1987 
61 Floors - 301 Apartments








 The Sheffield | 322 West 57th Street
Cross street: 8th & 9th Avenues

Built: 1978
58 Floors. 597 Apartments
 
Converted to condominium 2005



 


 


The Orion | 350 West 42nd Street
(cross street:  8th and 9th Avenues)

Built: 2005
60 Floors - 551 Apartments





 
The Atelier | 635 West 42nd Street
(cross street: 11th/12th Avenues

Built: 2006 
46 Floors - 478 Apartments

 




Prices vary building to building upon availability starting around $700,000 for studios up to $20 million+ for large multi- room apartments. One57 prices range from $3.3 million to $102 million. Please contact me if you are looking to purchase or sell a condo, condop or coop in Manhattan.

 Condos and Condops with Pools on Upper West Side


 Listings of Manhattan condos and condops with pools


courtesy of:
Mitchell Hall, Associate Broker
The Corcoran Group
 
   

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18 commentsMitchell J Hall • December 16 2012 04:54AM

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What a smart post, Mitchell.  I know that a pool was a key criterion for me when I was looking for a place - both for renting and for buying.  It makes a big difference.

Posted by Debbie Gartner, The Flooring Girl - Westchester hardwood flooring (Floor Coverings International - Westchester NY & Stamford CT) about 2 years ago

How I love Manhattan! What a great post. The one regret I have in my life is not moving there after high school. I tell my daughter it is the land of opportunity. Just out of comparison curiosity? What are the condo fee's like? I am in a rural area outside of DC, we do not have many condos in the area I live in, but a small portion of our market does have a few condo's. The most expensive we see here outside the beltway is in the $600-700's.

Posted by Beverly Herdman, Northern VA Wine Country Experts (Keller Williams Realty) about 2 years ago

Mitchell, a great resource for people looking for a condo with a pool. I was surprised to see such a large number with a pool being a top priority.

Posted by Michael Setunsky, Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA (Michael's Commercial LLC) about 2 years ago

Mitchell...in this particular market, having a pool is a deal closer for me...The fact that it is indoors makes it work full time too....good post M

Posted by Richie Alan Naggar Author PEARLS SERIES of books, on LIFE and LOVE plus Real Estate too! (People first then business! Ran Right Realty Riverside, Ca) about 2 years ago

Great post Mitchell and an indoor pool really makes a difference for people who need the exercise or aqua therapy.

Posted by Joanna Cohlan, Designing, Decorating & Staging Westchester Homes (Fresh Eyes For Your Home) about 2 years ago

Great idea ... I would love a condo in the city.. One of these days!! NYC is the best!

Posted by Janis Borgueta, LIC R.E Salesperson - Homes for Sale Newburgh NY (Key Properties of the Hudson Valley ~ 845-527-7115 ) about 2 years ago

Thanks for all the comments, feature and re-blogs. I'm on my way out to my three open houses today. I will be back and answer all comments. Have a great day!

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan, NYC (The Corcoran Group) about 2 years ago

Good morning Mitchell. Janis re posted this and I'm glad she did because I missed it the first time. You write beautifully and the pictures and narratives are soooooo good.

Posted by Sheila Anderson, The Real Estate Whisperer Who Listens 732-715-1133 (Referral Group Incorporated) about 2 years ago

You are without a doubt the expert on NYC neighborhoods and what they have to offer, Mitchell.

Posted by Jill Sackler, Long Island's South Shore Real Estate Agent (Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc. "Said and Done!") about 2 years ago

Those are some beautiful settings for some beautiful pools. Have a wounderful Christmas.

Posted by Elite Home Sales Team, A Tenacious and Skilled Real Estate Team (Keller Williams Realty) about 2 years ago

Good to know there are more pools than there used to be when I lived in Manhattan (Lincoln Plaza, I think it's a coop now, not condo). One needed to belong to the club, it was an extra fee.

Posted by Olga Simoncelli, Broker/Owner Veritas Prime, Candlewood Lake Area (Veritas Prime Real Estate) about 2 years ago

The photos accompanying show lap pools -- and YES a wonderful feature for a resident in a condo.  I would love a lap pool, which is much different from a "kidney" shaped cement pond.  Lap pools are not for aesthetics in a yard/garden, but for the health benefits gained from swimming . . .  laps. 

Posted by Carla Muss-Jacobs, Principal Broker/Owner, Buyer Focused ~ Buyer Results (BuyersAgentPortland.com | (503) 810-7192 Portland Metro Exclusive Buyers Agent | 100% Buyer Representation ~ 100% of the Time) about 2 years ago

Lenn, Thank you for the re-blog.

Debbie, Thanks. A pool is important for many buyers and renters

Beverly, Thank you, There is a lot of opportunity in Manhattan. It can be a tough town too. As Frank Sinatra sang: If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere, It's up to you, New York, New York.... Most condos start around $600,000. Most of our apartments are coops. Condos are more expensive primarily because of supply and demand. Limited supply high demand because many buyers (ie: investors and foreign buyers) can not qualify to purchase in a coop so they push the prices of condos up. The condo fees are common charges CC: and real estate taxes combined they start around $1,000/month. 

Michael, Thank you. I was suprised by the large number but it makes sense. You can join a gym or health club in every neighborhood but finding a pool (YMCA JCC few health clubs) is more difficult. If you swim it makes sense to have a pool where you live.

Richie, Thank you. It seems to be a deal closer for many buyers today.

Joanna, Thank you. A pool really makes a difference for people who need the exercise or aqua therapy.

Janis, Thanks for the re-blog and your support. One of these days I will find you the perfect NYC condo,-)

Sheila, Thank you for your kind words and I thank Janis again for helping you find my post.

Jill, Thank you, I try to stay on top of my market. It is constantly changing.

Mark & Tim, Thank you and you have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Olga, Thank you. There are more and more with many of the newly constructed condos. 30 Lincoln Plaza was a rental building that converted to condo in 2009. There are still many renters in the building. Rental buildings usually require a membership or fee to use the health club/pool. In coops and condos that have pools and health clubs the fee is usually included in their maintenance or common charges.

Carla, Thanks. You are absolutely right. Lap pools are for people who swim not for lounging and drinking margaritas. The buyers I've worked with that want a building with a pool are very specific about their needs. They want to know how many lanes?, the hours the pool operates? and the temperature of the water in the pool?

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan, NYC (The Corcoran Group) about 2 years ago

This is a fabulous post Mitchell!   Great information for anyone looking for a condo building with a pool.

Posted by Barbara Martino-Sliva, Vero Beach Real Estate Vero Beach Homes for Sale (Dale Sorensen Real Estate Inc.) about 2 years ago

Mitchell:

Great localism post.  Cool looking building where you can find condos with pools. 

Posted by Evelyn Kennedy, Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA (Gallagher & Lindsey, Alameda, California) about 2 years ago

Mitchell I remember the original post.  I can see why having a Manhattan Condo with a pool would be a big draw for many.  I love when clients or the public make a suggestion about information they would like to see.  In this case you really delivered; some great choices here.

Posted by Jennifer Fivelsdal, Mid Hudson Valley real estate connection ( JFIVE Home Realty LLC | 845-758-6842|162 Deer Run Rd Red Hook NY 12571) about 2 years ago

Barbara, Thank you. I will be writing more posts about condos with pools. I'm working my way downtown the west side then back uptown on the east side. Look for Chelsea and Greenwich Village in my next Manhattan condos with pools post.

Evelyn, Thank you.

Jennifer, Thank you, A buyer who found my original post ended up buying a condo in a building that was not in the original post. We started looking on the Upper West Side but ultimately found the perfect apartment and pool in The Sheffield on West 57th Street right below thew Upper west Side. I was encouraged to include that neighborhood. I will continue writing about this wonderful niche market.

Posted by Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan, NYC (The Corcoran Group) about 2 years ago

Great info Mitchell.  I had no clue that so many condos now have pools in Manhattan.

Posted by Gabe Sanders, Stuart Florida Real Estate (the BlueWater Realty team specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales) about 2 years ago

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