Real Estate NYC apartment buildings with luxury amenities By Lauren Cook email@example.com Updated September 29, 2016 8:21 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email An indoor lap pool, a bike valet and a pet spa for your beloved four-legged roommate – these are just a few of the more unusual amenities New Yorkers are willing to pay for. Scroll down for more out-of-the-box amenities that apartment building owners are using to lure in new tenants. 180 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn Photo Credit: 180 Franklin Welcome to an artist's dream apartment building. Located in Clinton Hill, 180 Franklin boasts a music rehearsal space, art studio and an art gallery. Plus, it's conveniently located just blocks from the Pratt Institute, making this apartment building especially appealing to students with an artistic edge. Leased through Citi Habitats New Developments, available units range from $2,366 for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment to $3,877 for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom space. Sky, 605 W. 42nd St., Manhattan Photo Credit: StreetEasy This place has it all. Among the amenities at Sky, you'll find an indoor lap pool, billiards lounge, NBA regulation-size basketball court, private park and a pet spa -- and that's not even all of it. But these luxury amenities come at a price: Available units range from $3,373 for a studio to $7,985 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom pad. One57, 157 W. 57th St., Manhattan Photo Credit: Evan Joseph Even if you're not a bookworm, you'll still fall in love with the library inside One57. Tenants are not only treated to shelves of books in a luxurious and relaxing setting, but also a billiards table and a 24-foot-long aquarium. The building also features an arts and crafts atelier, screening and performance room, and a yoga studio. Real estate listings include a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom unit for sale at $58.5 million and a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom rental for $13,500 a month. One Brooklyn Bridge Park, 360 Furman St., Brooklyn Photo Credit: StreetEasy Between the 3,000-square-foot gym and three cardio rooms to the golf simulator room and outdoor putting green, sports enthusiasts and health nuts will find it hard to leave One Brooklyn Bridge Park. The property also features a music room with a mini Grand Piano and two video game rooms. You can buy a piece of sports heaven for $1,099,999 (a one-bedroom) or you could rent a studio for around $2,750. 15 William St., Manhattan Photo Credit: StreetEasy At 15 William St., you can find your zen moment without having to leave your apartment building. In addition to the private yoga studio, residents are treated to amenities like squash and basketball courts, a screening room, a dog park and indoor and outdoor playgrounds for the little ones. Rentals in this building start around $3,900 for a studio, while sales start around $1.145 million for a one-bedroom. MiMa, 450 W. 42nd St., Manhattan Photo Credit: StreetEasy Amenities at this luxury apartment building include a Dog City pet spa, private fitness club by Equinox, heated indoor lap pool, and indoor basketball and volleyball courts. Once you've tired yourself (or your pooch) out with all that exercise, kick back and relax at either of MiMa's indoor or outdoor screening rooms. You can rent a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with no broker fee for $4,775 a month. By Lauren Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.