60 Beach; The Pet Spa
The Property: A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath duplex on Beach Street
The Perk: A stainless-steel-lined grooming room in the basement with showers and electrical outlets for hair dryers, so dogs can be primped sans the hassle and mess of having to coax them into your own tub.
Brokers: Shelley O’Keefe and Mark Samsky, The Corcoran Group
Price: $5.495 million
Greenwich Club Residences, 88 Greenwich Street, Penthouse; Library with Complimentary DVD Rental
The Property: A 2,100-square-foot, two-bedroom, three-bath with a 1,220-square-foot wraparound terrace in the Financial District.
The Perk: A swanky library stocked with DVDs and more than 2,000 books, plus a grand piano in the building. A concierge adjacent to the library handles the lending; a professional pianist comes Monday to Thursday from 6pm to 8pm.
Broker: 88 Greenwich Marketing Group
Price: $4.5 million
983 Park Avenue; Basketball Court
The Property: A classic six with two bedrooms and three bathrooms on a prime swatch of the storied thoroughfare.
The Perk: Condos usually lay claim to modern amenities like basketball courts, but this chic Park Avenue coop has one, too in the basement. (Central Park West’s El Dorado also does.)
Brokers: Russell Miller and Mary Beth Flynn, Brown Harris Stevens
Price: $2.85 million
15 Broad Street; Bowling Alley
The Property: An 1,149-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bath in a building that once served as headquarters for JP Morgan.
The Perk: A single-lane bowling alley equipped with a state-of-the-art scoring and ball-return system. (It’s the only private bowling alley of its kind in the city, claims the listing broker.) Residents can reserve it one hour at a time through a staffer who also arranges scheduling for the condo’s squash and basketball courts.
Brokers: Mark Levine and Gabriel Orpaz, the Corcoran Group
330 East 38th Street, Apartment 37H; Outdoor Track
The Property: A large alcove studio in the Corinthian.
The Perk: Central Park’s 20 blocks away, so runners who’d rather stay close to home can log their mileage on the outdoor jogging track instead. Four rounds add up to a mile.
Broker: Bruce Silverman, Halstead Property.
350 West 42nd Street #37H; Free Breakfast
The Property: A 794-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bath condo at the Orion.
The Perk: Buy the apartment and you get free breakfast everyday. On the menu: Continental fare, including coffee, juice, bagels, cereal, and milk.
Broker: Martin Won Chung, Prudential Douglas Elliman
Price: $1.1 million
322 West 57th Street #41B3; Social Lounge
The Property: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo at the Sheffield
The Perk: A two-story social lounge equipped with billiard tables, a game room, a communal kitchen, and views of the city. Perfect for days when you’re feeling, well, social.
Broker: The Sheffield Sales Office
Price: $3.155 million
The Residences at Liberty National, 2 Liberty Drive, Jersey City, Villa #3; Helipad
The Property: A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath apartment”they’re labeled “villas”“at the Jersey City development known as the Residences at Liberty National.
The Perk: Manhattan is approximately eight minutes away via helicopter from this complex, which, besides the helipad, also provides residents a high-speed yacht to ferry them across the Hudson.
Broker: Neal Sroka and Lisa Poggi, Douglas Elliman Worldwide
Price: $4.275 million