Desperately Seeking Solstice

Solstice, a destination club with 14 luxury properties in desirable locales such as Aspen, Paris, and St. Bart’s - as well as a yacht with a four-person crew available for private charter - has added New York to its growing portfolio. Situated in the West Village, the spacious, contemporary-designed one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments have terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows featuring sweeping city views. The bonus: Members have access to a personal Solstice lifestyle specialist, who the club says is available anytime to track down tickets to in-demand Broadway shows or secure a table at one of the city’s most popular restaurants. Solstice membership plans vary and start at $615,000 with $34,000 in annual dues. (480.240.2370, www.solsticecollection.com,)

?Alexandra Foster

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