Waterline Square, the best-selling starchitect-designed development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is unveiling its finished condo interiors with model residences curated by a trifecta of interior designers: West Chin, Santopietro Interiors and Minotti. The beautiful homes complement the buildings’ architecture by Richard Meier & Partners, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Rafael Viñoly and interior finishes designed by Champalimaud Design, Yabu Pushelberg and Groves & Co.
As compelling as the buildings’ striking exteriors, the model homes have been thoughtfully furnished — think: custom wall coverings, geometric chandeliers, modern lines and mixed metals. Each home plays off the sloping architecture and sweeping waterfront views to create a space that is modern, fresh and highly livable. Signature pieces include works by Erik Jorgensen, Living Divani, Porro and custom pieces from Minotti’s own collection.
The gorgeous homes offer a glimpse at life inside Waterline Square, one of the most architecturally distinct and sought-after new developments in Manhattan. It offers an extraordinary collection of indoor amenities connecting all three residential towers. Designed by Rockwell Group, the development features 100,000 square feet of programmed spaces, including first-of-their-kind offerings such as a regulation-size indoor tennis court and an indoor half-pipe skate park. There is a lush 2.6-acre park designed by acclaimed landscape architecture firm Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, as well as two world-class restaurant partners, Cipriani and Empellón.
Waterline Square offers luxurious condominium residences with prices beginning at approximately $2 million.