On the border of Midtown and the Upper West Side, as close as you can get to the Hudson River without swimming in it, the three-tower, 2.2 million-square-foot Waterline Square may be New York’s most significant luxury residential development, and not just in scale. The result of the collaboration of some of the best minds in design, the project’s condominium offering brings together architecture greats Kohn Pedersen Fox and Richard Meier with interior designers Yabu Pushelberg and Champalimaud. The result is 236 residences that offer a once-in-a generation opportunity to embrace a new kind of lifestyle, on the last piece of undeveloped waterfront real estate in New York City. The Rockwell Group brings even more star power to the 100,000-square-foot amenity space, the Waterline Club. And then there’s the park, designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.
Developed By GID Development Group
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Each of Waterline Square’s condominium high-rises has a different starchitect attached to it. The 37-story One Waterline Square by Pritzker Prize-winning Richard Meier & Partners Architects is far from your typical glass skyscraper. Each facade is slightly different, one side reflecting the urban grid of 59th Street, another inspired by its parkside setting and the leaves of a tree. Two Waterline Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates has a fragmented design, with two main sections connected by a series of staggered blocks.
A neighborhood in and of itself, Waterline Square is located at the intersection of Midtown West and the Upper West Side. Situated along Hudson River Park, its location is both cosmopolitan and serene. Waterline Square residents have direct access to biking and walking paths along the waterfront, nearby Michelin-starred restaurants, and the Upper West Side’s luxury department stores and curated boutiques. Leading cultural institutions—such as Lincoln Center—are also moments away.
Each of Waterline Square’s glassy high-rises has a different starchitect attached to it. The 37-story One Waterline Square by Pritzker Prize-winning Richard Meier & Partners Architects is far from your typical glass skyscraper. Each facade is slightly different, one side reflecting the urban grid of 59th Street, another inspired by its parkside setting and the leaves of a tree. Two Waterline Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates has a fragmented design, with two main sections connected by a series of staggered blocks.
With Hudson River Park to the west, Riverside Park to the north, and a brand new 2.6-acre park directly in the middle of the multitower development, Waterline Square has green space in abundance. And it has the indoor amenities to match. Designed by the Rockwell Group, the three-story, 100,000-square-foot Waterline Club has a 30-foot rock-climbing wall, a full-sized indoor basketball court, a half-pipe skate park, and a regulation-size hard tennis court, complete with spectator seating. There’s also the first-ever Cipriani food hall—and each tower has its own amenities as well.
- 24hr Doorman
- Basketball Court
- Bike Storage
- Children's Playroom
- Cold Storage
- Conference Room
- Coworking Space
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- On-Site Parking
- Outdoor Space
- Private Dining
- Screening Room
- Swimming Pool
- Tennis Court
- Wine Storage
- Yoga Studio
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