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The Best Indoor Playrooms and Playgrounds In New York

January 31, 2022

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From a safari-themed room designed by a children’s museum expert to a whimsical forest that looks like a scene straight out of a storybook, these luxurious condominiums prove that developers and designers are thinking as much about their youngest residents as they are adults, and the increased desire to create amenity spaces that offer something for every age.

200 East 83rd Street 

Children will never want to leave the kid’s playroom at 200 East 83rd, the new 35-story Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed residential tower on the Upper East Side. While designing the monumental amenities spaces at the building, interior design firm Rottet Studio paid equal mind to the children’s amenities, creating a luxe safari-inspired playroom that brings out one’s inner adventurer. Using soft, neutral tones and natural textures to mimic sand, wood and greenery, Rottet Studio delivered a playful kids’ oasis that’s as appealing to adults as it is to children.