ARO’s distinct design featuring curved corners and white undulating lines maximize inspiring and dramatic views that take advantage of these no-fee luxury apartments’ central location in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan. Inside, the ethos of access to possibility is literally brought home in the 40,000 square feet of next-level amenities that make up the ARO Club. It starts with an underground parking garage and an attentive 24-hour concierge and doorman and expands from there into a building-wide array of wellness and entertainment destinations that are close enough to be considered extensions of your home.
Far more than a menu of conveniences, this is luxury living that enhances your days, giving you opportunities at every turn to feel healthier, more fit, more relaxed, and more cared for than you ever thought possible in a New York City no-fee apartment.
The epicurean chef’s kitchen offers a chance to host dinner parties where half of the pleasure for you and your guests will be experimenting with new kinds of kitchen techniques and cuisines. Subscribe to New York Times Cooking and practice making Genevieve Ko’s braised chicken and Yotam Ottolenghi’s “world’s best chocolate cake” in a kitchen as close to their professional chef kitchens as you can get without a cooking degree. That being said, you can take your education even further by taking a Master Class with Alice Waters and letting ARO become your portal to the slow-cooking revolution.
Design your perfect workout routine, giving your body a range of exercise types for different goals and parts of the body. Focus on improving circulation, mindfulness, and flexibility with a yoga routine you can hone in the yoga room, then take it up a notch at the basketball court with solo shots or an organized game with friends and neighbors to elevate the fun and get your heart rate going. Try the golf simulator for that Zen state of mind that golf cultivates or caters to the menu of machines and strength training options in the fitness room to your changing needs throughout the seasons. Start a swim routine this spring in the indoor pool, where floor-to-ceiling windows and a tile mosaic give you views of the city and luxury hotel vibes.
And when the weather warms up in the coming weeks, you can take that routine–or even just the desire for a spur-of-the-moment swim–to the Rooftop Sky Lounge, where floating among the clouds or gathering with friends for alfresco drinks will reveal the many ways that these no-fee Manhattan apartments provide the chance to get away from it all without straying beyond the building.