Host The Ultimate Thanksgiving Dinner at These Luxurious Condos
With Thanksgiving approaching, we have been eyeing some of the best dining and entertaining spaces offered in luxury residential buildings. Read on to check out a roundup of a few places where you can truly dine in style.
Waterline Square, the five-acre, three-tower development designed by Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and KPF on Manhattan's Upper West Side, offers residents an impressive array of condo amenity spaces to augment the 100,000-square-foot collection of shared amenity spaces designed by David Rockwell’s famed hospitality firm, Rockwell Group. Each tower is home to a luxurious private dining room and catering kitchen perfect for entertaining. Designed by Champalimaud (One Waterline Square), Yabu Pushelberg (Two Waterline Square), and Groves and Co. (Three Waterline Square), the exquisite spaces can seat up to 30 people so you can host a Thanksgiving feast that is truly "the more, the merrier."
30 Park Place
Located in Tribeca at the corner of Church Street and Park Place, 30 Park Place Four Seasons Private Residences is the tallest condominium tower to grace the Downtown skyline at 926 feet, with panoramic views of Midtown Manhattan, the Hudson and East Rivers, the New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. 30 Park Place is developed by Silverstein Properties and designed by celebrated architect, Robert A.M. Stern. The entire 38th floor, also designed by Stern, is devoted to private residential amenities, including a a private dining room with a full-service chef's catering kitchen directly attached. Additionally, a full suite of hotel services, all managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, are available to the tower's residents. Residents can enjoy exclusive access to the Four Seasons Director of Residences and dedicated residential concierge, who can manage the booking activities and coordinate with the hotel for the private dining room.
Four Seasons One Dalton
The tallest residential skyscraper in all of Boston and New England, the Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences One Dalton Street, Boston, is home to the best-in-class services and amenities, all managed by the Four Seasons. The perfect place to host a large dinner, One Dalton is home to a family activity center with a party kitchen. Available for reservation by residents, the private dining room and catering kitchen makes cooking and hosting Thanksgiving dinner a breeze. The development also features a residents' club lounge on the 50th floor with sweeping views of the Charles River and beyond. Residents can head up to the warm and inviting Thierry Despont-designed space for an after-dinner drink.
200 East 59th Street
Situated at the intersection of Midtown and the Upper East Side, 200 East 59th Street is Harry Macklowe's modern, white condominium tower. Crisp and pristine, there is no better place to call home during the holidays. One of 200 East 59th Street's most exciting amenity spaces is its gracious lounge and private dining area. Ideal for those looking to host Thanksgiving dinner or a holiday soiree and wanting to keep the party outside their home, but inside the building, the double-height space features floor-to-ceiling glass windows and a full-height central marble fireplace. Elegant seating areas provide the perfect opportunity for guests to mingle, while the private dining area is ideal for a seated dinner, particularly when used in conjunction with the catering kitchen. To create a true one-of-a-kind experience, the lounge also opens up to a landscaped wraparound terrace fully furnished with seating and additional dining areas.
Madison Square Park Tower
No penthouse? No problem. At Madison Square Park Tower, the tallest residential building between Midtown and Lower Manhattan, the 54th floor has been transformed into a luxurious lounge where all residents can entertain and enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. With interiors by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio—the preeminent London-based hospitality designer known for his work on high-profile hotels and private clubs, including the decadent redesign of Annabel’s in London—the lounge known as FIFTY FOUR includes seating and dining areas, a demonstration kitchen with the capacity for full cooking, a separate catering kitchen and a cocktail bar.
Crafted by SHoP Architects with interiors by DXA, 242 Broome is the first condominium to be built as part of the Essex Crossing community development (the Lower East Side’s version of Hudson Yards). On the fifth floor of the tower is a sprawling residents lounge tactfully designed to host private events to celebrate special occasions and holiday events. Unlike many residential catering kitchens that have limited appliances available for use, 242 Broome’s full-fledged catering kitchen features a full array of premium Gaggenau kitchen appliances for residents’ convenience. The dining space is completed with a 10-seat walnut dining table and chairs for a chic, modern way to celebrate this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.