July 23, 2021
Sessanta: The Upper West Side’s One of a Kind Apartment Building__ Read article
Sessanta: The Upper West Side’s One of a Kind Apartment Building
There are many apartment buildings on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, but there’s only one Sessanta. Residents of these no-fee rentals in NYC live in homes flooded with natural light and have access to their building’s suite of high-end amenities*, all while living within walking distance of Manhattan’s hottest restaurants, cultural institutions, and parks. Keep reading for a breakdown of just what makes these rental homes so special.
The first thing that prospective renters will notice about the homes at Sessanta is the natural light. Warm walnut floors and white walls absorb the sunlight that pours in through oversized windows, giving the interiors a glow that invites residents to bask in the natural light whether they’re brewing their morning cup of coffee or relaxing in their bedroom at dusk. The large windows look out on classic Upper West Side views, including the sweep of the Hudson River and the span of West 60th Street between West End and Amsterdam Avenues. Inside, these studio to three-bedroom homes feature chef’s kitchens equipped with GE Profile appliances and Caesarstone countertops, large baths with spa-style fixtures, and washer/dryers in most residences. With that lighting advantage, top-of-the-line design, and the prewar-style high ceilings, these residences feel like home from the moment residents step inside for the first time.
But it’s the rest of the building that makes living at Sessanta a real treat. Residents have access to a suite of amenities that have been curated to meet everyone’s needs, from recreational to fitness to social. The 3,000-square-foot fitness center contains state-of-the-art machines, including popular Peloton exercise bikes and a host of other cardio and weight-training equipment. Residents who prefer to work up a sweat in the fresh air will be drawn to the building’s outdoor tennis court with US Open finishes, which is set amid a cozy English Garden that transports players and loungers far from the street-level world and occasional honking horns of the Upper West Side. Guests can reduce stress in one of the saunas. And the 40-foot indoor pool is perfect for getting in a few laps before or after work.
Diligent remote-working residents will love the building’s pair of coworking spaces, which include a formal business center, complete with computers and printers, as well as the more relaxed media lounge. The media lounge is also home to a movie-theater-style projector and a pool table for unwinding after a long day of conference calls and spreadsheets.
*Additional fees may apply.