Hoop dreams: Would you play in one of these in-condo courts?

Courts are gaining popularity in NYC's luxury condo market.

TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Mar.March 31, 2018 04:36 PM

Need a little exercise after spending the better part of three weeks glued to the screen for March Madness?

Well, if you lived in these five condos, you could go shoot hoops like the pros — or try to — as more developers are starting to build space for basketball courts in high-end residential buildings.

“There has been a huge demand for this amenity which only a limited number of buildings can provide,” said Extell’s Raizy Haas, senior vice president of development. Fortunately, for residents whose buildings can’t spare the additional space, New York’s got a long history of outdoor courts. — Erin Hudson


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