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River & Warren in Battery Park City: Review and Ratings | CityRealty

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

Located in Battery Park City between the Esplanade, Rockefeller Park and the Tear Drop Park, the River & Warren building at 22 River Terrace was erected in 2001 and was designed by Gruzen Samton Steinglass.

The 28-story building was developed by Rockrose Development Corporation with 324 rental apartments.

In 2014, Centurion Real Estate Partners and Five Mile Capital Partners LLC converted it to 192 condominium apartments and Cetra/Ruddy was the architect and M. Paul Friedberg was the landscape architect for the conversion.

Bottom Line

Close to the famous Stuyvesant School at the north end of Battery Park City, this attractive building with many amenities overlooks to the northwest a large triangular riverfront park.

Description

The red-brick building has many corner windows and two setbacks. It has an entrance marquee and a two-story rusticated stone base with a bandcourse above the second story, stringcourses above the11th and 12th floors and the top setback is quite ornate with tall windows and a rise-and-fall roofline.

The building is one block south of the Stuyvesant School at the north end of Battery Park City and overlooks a large triangular waterfront park.

Amenities

The building has a full-time doorman and concierge, a live-in superintendent, a sundeck on the 18th floor with river birch, honey locust and crepe myrtle trees and a chef’s table and trellis cabanas, a fitness center, a children’s playroom with a nautical theme and an interactive lighthouse with graphic and magnetic walls and dry-erase surfaces, a bicycle room, a package room, private storage and a 24-hour attended lobby and valet service.  It permits pets.

The lobby connects the western exposure of the Hudson River waterfront with Teardrop Park.

Apartments

Apartments have windowed kitchens and some have walk-in closets.

Kitchens have stainless steel ranges framed by oak proscenium arches.  The custom oak and stainless steel islands feature a countertop crafted from Bleu de Savoie, a French stone with a gray blue patina.  The kitchens have Sub-Zero refrigerators and wine refrigerators, Miele gas cooktop, ovens and dishwashers and Bosch washers and dryers.

Baths have Bianco Puro marble walls.

Residence Lon the16th floor is a five-bedroom unit with 2,988 square feet and a long entry foyer that leads to a 30-foot-long corner living room with an open, pass-through kitchen.

Residence C on the 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th floors are four-bedroom units with 2,401 square feet and entry foyers that leads to a 12-foot-long dining area adjacent to a 19-foot-long, corner living room with an open kitchen with an island.

Residence C on the 22nd and 25th floors are three-bedroom units with 2,296 square feet with a 25-foot-long living room with an open kitchen with an island.

Residence A on the 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th and 16th floors are two-bedroom units with 1,441 square feet and entry foyers that lead past large pass-through kitchens to living rooms that are almost 20-foot-square.

Residence E on floors 20 to 27 are two-bedroom units with 1,391 square feet and 22-foot-long living rooms with open, pass-through kitchens adjoining 14-foot-long dining areas.

Residence R on the 3rd, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th floors are two-bedroom units with 1,153 square feet and 21-foot-long living rooms with pass-through kitchens.

History

In January, 2000, the Battery Park City Authority began to require developers to install appliances that are 35 percent more energy-efficient than required by existing state energy standards and to use building materials that have recycled contents and reduced toxicity to ease the building's environmental impacts. Construction of the building started before the new guidelines went into effect, but the developer voluntarily added green elements to the project including energy-saving glazing as well as motion sensors and fluorescent lighting in public areas to increase energy efficiency. 

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