When it comes to vices, six is a significant number -- it's how many sides are on a die, the number of beers in a pack, and how many Nikki's you need for your crüe to be the motliest ever. Offering six distinct areas for your partying pleasure, the Plunge Park Ave.
Opening on the 20th floor of the the as-yet-to-be-completed Gansevoort Park Ave, this "crown jewel" is resplendent with handcrafted mosaic tiling, indoor/outdoor fireplaces, and wrap-around terraces, all spread out over six unique areas, the center of which is a backlit glass bar'd main room rocking a double-height ceiling and a "dramatic window wall that sweeps the NYC skyline indoors", though not under the rug, as legally they can't have one for fear of people cutting it.
From there the revelry spreads to set pieces like the Blue Room, decked with "ethereal photographic art", leather paneling, Brazilian hardwood floors, and guest DJ's; and the Rooftop sundeck, offering 360 degree views of NY and positioned to perfectly frame the NY Life builidng's spire, which contends it was really the one armed man.
There's also a heated indoor/outdoor pool that, while "open only to guests during business hours", becomes a "hot spot" by night, showing off its myriad canvas lounge chairs and a giant mosaic mural of a 1940's style pinup along the bottom,because, hey, what 1940s pinup model didn't end up on the bottom of a pool?
To fortify against all the booze, snacks come predominantly as bite-size slider duos, including lobster rolls, cheese/truffle/herb mayo'd burgers, and crispy buffalo chicken -- eat all six, and the motliest thing will be ü