The Top Five NYC Condos for Bachelors

New York City is home to eight million people—and in their midst, thousands upon thousands of eligible singles. However, when it comes to moving out of the singles section and into couple land, some folks have it easier than others—for instance, it’s a whole lot easier to entice a potential partner when you say, “Why don’t you come back to my condo, for some wine on the rooftop terrace?” versus, “I hope you’re wearing sneakers, because I love in a sixth-story walkup.” If you’re still on the singles scene looking to find that someone special, these apartments might just be the game-changer you’re looking for:

One Manhattan Square: The Lower East Side has long been one of Manhattan’s most coveted neighborhoods, and One Manhattan Square is only making it more desirable. The ultra-tall tower not only boasts gorgeous waterfront views—perfect for gazing out at on a romantic date—it’s also home to 100,000 square feet of amenities sure to wow a potential partner, from a full basketball court where you can play a little friendly one-on-one to a hot tub where you can cozy up.

555TEN: While Hell’s Kitchen is already home to countless great spots for dates, from Pocket Bar to Hakkasan, those who live at 555TEN call the neighborhood’s most romantic date spot home. The building offers a rooftop deck, complete with a pool, that’s perfect for taking a dip on a warm summer evening or just lounging together and watching the sunset.

The Kent: The Upper East Side is already home to some of the most classic NYC date locations, from Central Park to The Met—and The Kent is only adding to that list. At the Upper East Side condos, you can not only wow a potential partner with your gorgeous home, but cozy up next to them in front of a crackling fire in the building’s drawing room, take a steam with them in the sauna, or catch a movie together in The Sound Lounge, a screening and performance space designed by Lenny Kravitz.

70 Charlton: Meeting people in New York can be hard—unless you live at 70 Charlton, that is. The West Soho building offers countless opportunities for residents to get to know one another, from meeting in the gorgeous indoor-outdoor lounge to taking a romantic stroll together through the building’s gorgeous landscaped courtyard.

98 Front: If you love hosting, you’ll be bowled over by the amenities at 98 Front in Dumbo. In addition to a gorgeous residents’ lounge, the building is home to a state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor pool, and stunning outdoor dining space, perfect for chatting up that special someone over a candlelit meal.

Whether you’re looking to meet someone at the gym or eager to show off your building’s entertaining space to someone special, these buildings are the bachelor pads New York’s eligible singles didn’t know they needed—until now.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *