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Waterline Square has been one of the city's top-selling residential developments for the last several years. Comprised of the condos at One Waterline Square and Two Waterline Square, in addition to a shapely rental tower at Three Waterline Square, this medley of glassitude continues to garner some of the highest prices on the Upper West Side. Now more than 75% sold, 210 closed sales have come in at a mighty average north of $2,500 per square foot. Remaining availabilities, ranging from one- to five-bedrooms, start at a cool $2.5 million.

Besides its heavyweight roster of award-winning designers and its dazzling waterfront location within walking distance to Lincoln Center, Central Park, and Midtown offices, Waterline Square's success can also be attributed to its all-inclusive amenity package that is without peer in Manhattan. During these pandemic years, the complex has proved to be the ideal address to hunker down, especially in an age where it is difficult to pull kids away from laptops, phones, and televisions. Having an assemblage of in-house amenities should prove wise to parents who want to offset their kid's excessive sitting. Among Waterline Square's long list of assets is New York’s first half-pipe skate park housed within a residential building.
The team recently unveiled the first photos of the young person's dream space which boasts a half-pipe, mini ramp, and open seating areas for socializing. Heightening the experience is a vivid custom-designed mural by artist and native New Yorker Valentino Mikalef of MAC (Mural Art & Consulting) commissioned by developer id Development Group. Mr. Mikalef drew on his background as a graffiti artist to create a playful narrative through a Surrealist lens.
(Credit: Jonathan Robles)
(Credit: Jonathan Robles)

"Our art helped transform the space into a NYC experience we could only dream of having grown up in the Big Apple. Through a surrealistic lens we expose some of the city’s cherished landscapes and icons that are truly New York. Skaters now have the opportunity to ride with an authentic street art piece serving as an engaging backdrop" - Valentino Mikalef


(Credit: Jonathan Robles) (Credit: Jonathan Robles)
(Credit: Jonathan Robles)
Visitors are invited to bring their own boards, but skateboards and helmets are available for use. The skate park is open year-round for residents of all ages, but has already attracted a group of teenage residents who skate together multiple times a week. Skateboarding made its debut as an Olympic sport at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, and we wonder if this skate park could prove a training ground for future athletes.

The three buildings of Waterline Square are connected by a landscaped 2.6-acre public park designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. Additional unique amenities include Manhattan's first indoor regulation-size tennis court inside of a condo building, and a state-of-the-art athletic center with a gym, basketball court, squash court, saltwater pool, bowling alley, children's playroom, indoor dog run, and art and music studios..
Waterline-Square-01 Waterline Square via Aaron Fedor

Waterline Square Listings
Two-Waterline-Square-01 Two Waterline Square via Corcoran
From the Listing: This one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom residence at Waterline Square features floor-to-ceiling windows providing open views to the north. Hudson River views from the living/dining room and bedroom give rise to a serene setting. The bedroom features a generous walk-in closet and a spacious en-suite five-fixture bathroom. A fully-vented washer/dryer is conveniently located in the front hall. The collaborative design firm of Yabu Pushelberg honors the pride and scale of the exterior with interior choices predicated on permanence See floor plan and full details here.

30-Riverside-Boulevard-02
From the Listing: This spacious and bright two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom corner residence at Waterline Square provides a perfect space for entertaining. Featuring expansive views to the north and east, the living room offers floor-to-ceiling windows framing Hudson River views. The primary bedroom suite offers generous closet space and a five-fixture bathroom enhanced with radiant heated floors. The second bedroom enjoys two closets and an en-suite bathroom, and a powder room is conveniently located in the entry foyer. See floor plan and full details here.

10-Riverside-Boulevard-01 One Waterline Square via Corcoran
From the Listing: This exceptional top floor residence at One Waterline Square is now available for the first time. Featuring postcard views to the north, south, east, and west, this full floor, five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom residence offers breathtaking vistas of the Hudson River, Empire State Building, Freedom Tower, Statue of Liberty, George Washington Bridge, and many more of Manhattan’s iconic landmarks. Available for immediate occupancy, Penthouse A is breathtaking in scale with 6,566 square feet of interior space, 986 square feet of exterior space, and provides a level of sophistication that gives rise to comfortable entertaining on a grand scale. The magnificent trophy home offers over 50 feet of direct Hudson River views to the West, and expansive skyline views to the South, while a fireplace allows for a cozy setting. See floor plan and full details here.



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