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Driving ranges Country clubs don't have much of a presence in Manhattan, but more and more new luxury buildings aren't letting that stop them from enticing ultra-wealthy buyers. New condominium and rental buildings, including New York by Gehry, One Brooklyn Bridge Park and many more are offering virtual driving ranges to their residents. The Victory condo building, at 56 W. 110th Ave. in Hell's Kitchen, takes the trend a step further with the outdoor range and putting green, pictured above.(Credit: Durst Fetner)

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