July 28, 2020
A Summer at Sessanta__ Read article
A Summer at Sessanta
With a season of sheltering in place already under our belts, Americans are looking at their homes with new appreciation, and interior space is becoming increasingly premium. With sleek, spacious interiors and a suite of amenities that rival most resorts, the no-fee rental apartments at Sessanta are some of the most desirable homes in Manhattan right now. These modern homes combine comfort, security, and recreation without sacrificing proximity to New York City’s best public spaces.
The building’s 301 homes range in size from studios to three bedrooms and feature spacious terraces—dependent on availability and residence type—as well as interiors decked out with the finest finishes and equipped with state-of-the-art appliances. Conveniences like the in-unit washer/dryer and stainless-steel appliances make doing chores a treat, while bathrooms clad in Italian porcelain tile with Kohler fixtures make the morning routine a joy. Floor-to-ceiling windows admit ample natural light and provide unobstructed Upper West Side views, while private terraces allow residents to take a breath of fresh air from the safety of their own home.
Sessanta also really comes to life and summer living in the amenity spaces*, which give residents the ability to exercise and relax without leaving their building. Social distancing of six feet and masks are, in fact, required in all common spaces, and the building has also installed sanitation stations. In the fitness center, Sessanta residents will find a full-size indoor lap pool as well as an exercise room with a full range of modern equipment. Outside, Sessanta features a full-size tennis court for exclusive use by the residents, an exceedingly rare amenity in Manhattan and one that sets the building apart from the competition. Next to the court, a peaceful English garden, with perennial and annual flowers, paints the colorful backdrop for taking a break during a day spent working from home. Residents will also love enjoying their morning coffee or an evening cold brew in the garden, which brings a verdant, cool vibe to the concrete and edgy Manhattan landscape.
The building was named “Sessanta,” which means “sixty” in Italian, because of its address on 60th Street between Amsterdam and West End Avenues, a location that grants residents convenient access to some of NYC’s best outdoor spaces. After all, Sessanta sits just two blocks from the border of Central Park, which holds more than enough activities and exploration for any summer, while Riverside Park South is just a block in the opposite direction. Whether they desire a cool stroll along the Hudson River or a ramble down park paths beneath tall trees, residents will appreciate how close these famous green spaces are to Lincoln Center.
Contact the Algin leasing team to check the availability at Sessanta and start a summer of safe and convenient fun in your new Upper West Side home!
* Common Areas Subject to Reopening with Socially-Distanced Guidelines