New York City’s transformative luxury residential project, Waterline Square, is a gem on the Upper West Side and its diamond in the sky just sold for $18 Million. Take a look inside the glamorous New York residence.
Crowning the 38th floor, Penthouse A is perched atop the tower’s highest point. With interiors by famed hospitality duo Yabu Pushelberg, the 4,694-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and five bathrooms and boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows, an outdoor terrace perfect for relaxing and sweeping views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline. A generous living and dining area for entertaining spans the center of the home, and a spacious master suite with three closets including his-and-hers dressing rooms and two spacious marble bathrooms are tucked away.
A quick elevator ride away, residents will have access not only to the tower’s amenities, but also to the Rockwell Group-designed Waterline Club, which has more than 100,000 square feet of best-in-class sports, leisure and lifestyle spaces like an indoor tennis court, half pipe skate park, basketball court, music room, two pools, children’s rooms, pet spaces and more. A porte-cochere arrival provides the perfect entrance, and a nearly three-acre park designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects is located just outside. Cipriani’s first-ever food market is located on the ground floor of the building, and Alex Stupak’s Empellon will be just steps away at Three Waterline Square.
Waterline Square plays a critical role in completing the original Riverside Master Plan, which was designed to transform 77 acres of prime waterfront land along Manhattan’s Hudson River into a premier residential neighborhood. The five-acre, three-tower mega-development represents one of the last remaining waterfront development sites to be completed on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.