One Waterline Square: 10 Riverside Boulevard

Ringed around a brand new park, this 37-storey high tower designed by Richard Meier houses 56 apartments and 216 rental units beneath 50 condo units. One Waterline Square is a newly constructed luxury tower, with a forward thinking structure that is set to be a modern classic. Interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud has installed a layout that reflects a clever and generous use of space.  The tower has an attended lobby, a doorman, central air-conditioning, elevator, a party room, a lounge, rooftop terrace, outdoor entertainment space and a screening room among its extensive list of amenities. A rock-climbing wall, a two-lane bowling alley, a 3-lane swimming pool, game room, indoors sports court, and boxing and garden studios promise a wide array of recreational activities exclusively for the residents.   CITY REALTY ARTICLE    This 37-story tower at 10 Riverside Boulevard is known as One Waterline Square and has been designed by Richard Meier, the Pritzker-Prize-winning architect of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the High Museum in Atlanta, the New Atheneum in New Harmony, Indiana, and 173 and 176 Perry Street in the West Village.    It has 216 rental units beneath 50 condo units..    Alexandra Champalimaud is the interior designer.    It is one of three towers on trapezoidal sites at the five-acre Waterline Square developed by General Investment and Development Companies (GID) and Henley Holding Company, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, with a total of 1,132 condominium and rental apartments, and 20 percent of that total will be "affordable.".     The other two towers in this complex have been designed, disparately, by Richard Meier & Partners and Kohn Pedersen Fox.  Hill West is the executive architect for the entire complex.    Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects have designed the center, 2.6-acre park that will connect to the Riverside Park South esplanade.    This and the other two Waterline Square towers follow the general massing outline in the master plan for the site by Christian Portzamparc for Extell Development, who designed One57, the first SuperTall on Billionaries’ Row at 157 West 57th Street across from Carnegie Hall for Extell.       CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!    

Ringed around a brand new park, this 37-storey high tower designed by Richard Meier houses 56 apartments and 216 rental units beneath 50 condo units. One Waterline Square is a newly constructed luxury tower, with a forward thinking structure that is set to be a modern classic. Interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud has installed a layout that reflects a clever and generous use of space.

The tower has an attended lobby, a doorman, central air-conditioning, elevator, a party room, a lounge, rooftop terrace, outdoor entertainment space and a screening room among its extensive list of amenities. A rock-climbing wall, a two-lane bowling alley, a 3-lane swimming pool, game room, indoors sports court, and boxing and garden studios promise a wide array of recreational activities exclusively for the residents.

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

This 37-story tower at 10 Riverside Boulevard is known as One Waterline Square and has been designed by Richard Meier, the Pritzker-Prize-winning architect of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the High Museum in Atlanta, the New Atheneum in New Harmony, Indiana, and 173 and 176 Perry Street in the West Village.

It has 216 rental units beneath 50 condo units..

Alexandra Champalimaud is the interior designer.

It is one of three towers on trapezoidal sites at the five-acre Waterline Square developed by General Investment and Development Companies (GID) and Henley Holding Company, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, with a total of 1,132 condominium and rental apartments, and 20 percent of that total will be "affordable.". 

The other two towers in this complex have been designed, disparately, by Richard Meier & Partners and Kohn Pedersen Fox.  Hill West is the executive architect for the entire complex.

Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects have designed the center, 2.6-acre park that will connect to the Riverside Park South esplanade.

This and the other two Waterline Square towers follow the general massing outline in the master plan for the site by Christian Portzamparc for Extell Development, who designed One57, the first SuperTall on Billionaries’ Row at 157 West 57th Street across from Carnegie Hall for Extell.

 

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS!

 

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