From New York to Los Angeles, well-being reigns in newly erected residential towers


Jardine, a luxurious and effortless new residential building in the heart and soul of Hollywood, is special in itself, but its famous neighbor, a collection of low-rise office buildings fully leased by Netflix, is a surprisingly draw. cool. As the name suggests, Jardine is an urban sanctuary that prioritizes green living. In addition, it is no coincidence that it is on Avenue De Longpré, named after Paul de Longpré, the Franco-American painter famous for his delicate floral watercolors. That said, Jardine may be a garden-like oasis, but its architectural details are straight out of 1920s Hollywood, giving the space an undeniably glamorous element.

After a dip in the rooftop saltwater pool, dry off with a cocktail in one of the private cabanas and head to the gym (also on the rooftop). It just happens to be the biggest rooftop gym in Hollywood. Not to mention: for anyone still reeling from the pandemic, rest assured knowing that the journey to the root is extremely hygienic. All elevator controls are contactless and each car is equipped with a bipolar ionization air purification system.

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Fifteen Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards, a collection of ultra-luxurious skyscrapers whose upper floors sometimes brush against the clouds, is one of New York’s most coveted new neighborhoods. Besides the impressive set of amenities, including priority reservations and seating in nearby restaurant concepts (Estiatorio Milos by executive chef Costas Spiliadis and Mercado Little Spain by Spanish chef José Andrés), meals in residence, chef services Privately owned, managed by a certified sommelier with wine cellars and on-site spa services, Fifteen Hudson Yards is a haven that celebrates well-being. In fact, the entire fiftieth floor (the building has 88) is entirely dedicated to wellness through a 3,500 square foot fitness center.

In addition to the private studio for group yoga, stretching, and fitness classes, there’s also a sprawling aquatic center with city and river views. Whether residents opt for the 75-foot-long three-lane swimming pool, lounges, poolside shower, or hot tub, they will enjoy unprecedented relaxation.

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