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By Bao Ong | February 17, 2017 | Home & Real Estate
When you’re looking for a new apartment, a place that’s also a fit for Fido is important. Luckily, some of the city’s best real estate is pet friendly and sure to make your furry friends feel at home.
This two-bedroom condo in the elegant Chelsea Stratus affords panoramic views of the city. But when you and your pet need a break from the expansive 1,242-square-foot space—which features everything from high ceilings to state-of-the-art appliances to hardwood floors—there’s a dog run and park among this full-service building’s many amenities. $2.4 million; contact CORE agent Adie Kriegstein, 917-921-6929
The animal-friendly amenities at 555Ten, which includes a good number of rentals for studios to three bedrooms on the market, are especially noteworthy. The building has partnered with pet service company Throw Me a Bone on an indoor/outdoor, 2,000-square-foot landscaped dog run that comes in handy during inclement or cold weather and features a water fountain for dogs, benches, and a washing area. Other services include pet grooming, pet training, dog walking, and on-call veterinary care.
This two-bedroom apartment boasts brag-worthy aspects like a corner living and dining room space and sunny gourmet kitchen, but it’s the covered dog run with a private garden that pet owners will truly appreciate. For longer outings, the riverfront is just steps away, and if your dog needs some grooming services after your jaunt, an onsite pet spa awaits. $2.6 million
This duplex home, designed by respected architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle, provides plenty of room for you, your pet, and much more. If your pup wants a makeover or even more space to stretch out, there’s an easily accessible pet spa in the building. $4 million; contact The Hendrik Sales Office, 718-878-1767
The pet amenities are just as luxurious as everything else at this 14-story, Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed condo building in Tribeca. Expect a Dog City Pet Spa with plenty of options from doggy day care to walking services, as well as apartments with ample space so that four-legged friends don’t get cabin fever. $7.95 million