Explore 6 NYC Developments with Private Event Spaces

Entertaining season is upon us, and some buildings make it easier than ever to play host. With home entertaining rapidly becoming the new norm, now is the perfect time to consider creative spaces for gatherings and events---from holiday gatherings to weddings and private events.


For those seeking the convenience of hosting events from the comfort of home, here are six new developments with noteworthy social gathering spaces.

200 Amsterdam


200 Amsterdam Upper West Side

The Private Dining Room and Lounge at 200 Amsterdam are ideal for celebrations. Host a special dinner with friends, toast a momentous birthday or enjoy drinks on the terrace. Gracious and bright, a mix of materials and textures create an understated elegance that can compliment any occasion.


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Eleven Hancock


Eleven Hancock Manhattan NYC Luxury Apartments

At the heart of Eleven Hancock's amenity offerings is the communal lounge. Whether you want to watch the game with your neighbors or enjoy a casual family gathering, this cozy and comfortable shared space is the perfect hangout.


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Vandewater


Vandewater New York City partments

Flanked by a colonnade with rich perennials, the Vandewater Great Room provides an elegant and airy backdrop for hosting the perfect event. Features include a lounge, dining room, full kitchen and catering pantry.


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The Leyton


 The Leyton Upper East Side real estate

The Dining Room at The Leyton adds further occasion for private get–togethers with a table for ten and fully outfitted butler's pantry.


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VU


VU New York Kips Bay apartments

For residents, the VU lounge is an extension of your home, a place to gather, work, party, or play. With ample space and a variety of seating arrangements, the lounge can be easily converted to fit any occasion.


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Six Garfield


Six Garfield Park Slope Brooklyn NYC

“The amenities at Six Garfield were very intentionally designed for people to convene and communicate with one another. “ Jordan Rogrove, DXA Studio.


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