Dog-Friendly Manhattan ultra luxury apartments
When people think of New York, they usually think of Manhattan, which is an island barely 12 miles long and 2 miles wide. This island is the main tourist area in the city and where most visitors stay. Manhattan consists of many neighborhoods. New York City is very densely populated but is surprisingly dog-friendly. Although you can’t take your dog to a Broadway Show there are a surprising number of things you and your visiting or resident dog can do together.
Visitors and residents of Manhattan often want to shop the large and famous stores. In New York, many of these stores are pet friendly stores including Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany’s, Restoration Hardware and Polo Ralph Lauren. Please check with the individual stores before bringing your dog in, as policies in stores often do change. We have found that if you ask at a lot of New York stores they will welcome your dog. Especially smaller ones but even larger dogs on leash are often welcome. Especially dog-friendly is the Time Warner Shopping Center, an indoor mall on Columbus Circle at 8th Avenue and 59th Street.
Dog-friendly Shopping Center near your apartment in Manhattan.
This shopping center is at the south west corner of Central Park so it is a great place to shop following a walk in Central Park with your dog. Also, your leashed dog can go with you to the outdoor South Street Seaport near the Brooklyn Bridge. If you want to dine with your dog in New York, you will need to find a patio restaurant with seats on the sidewalk. There are many dog-friendly restaurants, and you can ask any restaurant you see that has sidewalk seating if your dog is welcome.
One thing that dogs like to do is to walk the Brooklyn Bridge for the scenery. There are guided walking tours of lower Manhattan that welcome dogs. The Central Park carriage rides welcome dogs accompanying you. You can take your dog to the grounds of the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site on East 20th Street, the General Grant National Monument and the Federal Hall National Memorial outside. Or for a closer look you can take your small dog on the Staten Island Ferry to Staten Island or any size dog on the Seastreak Ferry to New Jersey. The William Secord Art Gallery at 52 East 76th Street welcomes your leashed dog with you. But Manhattan is above all a walking town, which your dog will probably like. You can view the famous landmarks, the Empire State Building, Grand Central, Madison Square Garden and the awesome New York skyline from the street with your dog.
Off-Leash Dog Parks
New York City has more off-leash dog parks than any other city in the United States. There are off-leash dog parks in all areas of the city. The dog parks are free and no permits are required. Leashed dogs are allowed in Central Park, the huge green rectangle in the center of the map of Manhattan. The Canine Court is located in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx and includes an agility course. If your dog wants to swim in New York, you can go to the Prospect Park Dog Beach in Brooklyn. This is a man made concrete beach. This beach is fenced. As far as Atlantic Ocean beaches are concerned dogs are not allowed on the sand at any NYC beach from May 1 to September 30. During the rest of the year, dogs are allowed on the Sand at some of the New York Beaches, including Rockaway Beach, Coney Island and some other beaches. Leashed dogs are allowed on the boardwalks and promenade at Coney Island, Brighton, Midland, South and Manhattan Beaches year round.
Ultra Luxury Manhattan Apartments for You and Your Dog
For no fee luxury apartments in NYC, Silver Towers, located at 620 West 42nd Street, is your best bet. Built on the western side of Silver Towers is a public park. An outdoor landscape engages residents in an inviting, open air surrounding. The quarter-acre public park brings together the local community within a space that speaks to the neighborhood’s diverse character, and the myriad rhythms of urban life. The central open space is surrounded by numerous pavilions, an enclosed dog run, tables and chairs for lounging and picnicking.
Silver Towers best feature for dogs is their Spot Experience Dog Daycare, onsite and open 7 days a week. Spot Canine Club provides a wide variety of services to pamper and care for your canine friends.
Rent Ranges at Silver Towers
Manhattan’s luxury studio apartments at Silver Towers range from $3,500 to $3,700 per month. The rent for a one bedroom ranges from $4,200 to $6,000 per month, depending on the location of the unit. And a two bedroom rental will range from $5,500 to $7,300 per month.
Besides the Spot Experience Dog Daycare, white glove services, a state-of-the-art health club with a 75-foot long swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, entertaining rooftop lounge with BBQ and wet bar, doorman service, concierge service, on-site indoor parking, business center and conference room and shuttle buses are just some of the offerings that enhance the ease of living at Silver Towers with your pooch.
So with the holidays just around the corner, don’t forget what a wonderful present the Silver Towers would be for you AND your dog.