Considering the building’s pedigree, it’s not surprising that the amenity spaces are ritzy. (What else would you expect if you’re paying, at a minimum, about $3.5 million for a home?) The shared spaces include the pool and spa, both of which are part of the Four Seasons but can be accessed by both hotel guests and residents (there’s a private entrance for the latter, naturally).
Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the pool and spa match the overall tone of the hotel: The materials are luxurious (marble, travertine, European oak), in rich but muted neutral tones. The overall effect is meant to give the space an air of “soothing tranquility,” according to Pushelberg. Take her away, boys.