Waterline Square, a Three-Building Luxury Residential Project, Is On the Way in NYC

World-renowned Architects Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and Kohn Pedersen design three building collection of iconic luxury residential buildings in Manhattan, the Waterline Square project. The trio of award-winning architects including Richard Meier & Partners Architects, Viñoly Architects, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates were commissioned to design three luxury residential and mixed-use buildings, which will be set upon a beautifully landscaped park spanning approximately 3 acres.

Located along the Hudson River from West 59th Street to West 61st Street, where Midtown meets the Upper West Side, Waterline Square is being developed on the last remaining waterfront sites on Riverside Boulevard and will complete this waterfront neighborhood master plan vision that has been underway for more than two decades.

Each of Waterline Square’s newly constructed buildings will be residential, featuring 263 luxury condominium residences that crown each tower with sweeping views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline. The entire development boasts more than 100,000 square feet of best-in-class sports, leisure, and lifestyle amenities among the three towers, as well as a new landscaped park and open spaces at the heart of the development.

Connecting the three towers is The Waterline Club, that unifies a truly extraordinary collection of indoor amenities under one roof. Three levels designed by Rockwell Group offer spaces created to enliven the mind, body, and spirit. Carefully crafted, and with the same devotion to well-styled design as the residences, The Waterline Club provides a range of active, relaxing, and stimulating spaces to foster imagination and well-being.

This groundbreaking amenity offering includes sports and fitness, leisure activities, swim and spa, as well as specialty zones for children and pets—all of which are connected by one seamless walking path. This remarkable volumetric design offers intimate areas for repose, open areas to socialize, and everything in between.

Image Courtesy of waterlinesquare.com


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