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Rendering of Waterline Square via GID Development Group and by Noe Associates with The Boundary | Photo Credit: Pursuit (@agencyinpursuit) Rendering of Waterline Square via GID Development Group and by Noe Associates with The Boundary | Photo Credit: Pursuit (@agencyinpursuit)
Waterline Square, the marquee residential project in the Upper West Side, is sweeping off its final construction dust as it announces immediate occupancy. The development consists of One, Two, and Three Waterline Square, a trio of crystalline, 34- to 38-story towers that flank a brand new, Hudson River-facing park beneath which sits an amenity complex arguably unmatched by any competitor in the city, highlighted by a fitness center with a six-hoop basketball court, 30-foot rock climbing wall, tennis court, children’s soccer field, half-pipe skate park, squash court, yoga and boxing studios, and more.
On Thursday, February 13th, a ceremony in the residents' lounge of Two Waterline Square celebrated the unveiling of interior spaces with cocktails, desserts, and a panel featuring James Linsley, President of GID Development Group, and Glenn Pushelberg, Principal of Yabu Pushelberg, the firm behind the interior design, moderated by Jodi Stasse of Corcoran. Complimentary mimosas came courtesy of Cipriani, which will open its first large-scale food hall and full-service restaurant at Two Waterline Square later this year.
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The 263-unit complex offers apartments both for sale as condos and for rent. Homes available for sale start at $2.4 million for one-bedrooms (#21C at Two Waterline Square), $3.02M for two-beds (#32E at Two Waterline Square), and $4.57M for three-beds (#21P at Two Waterline Square). Rents start at $4,000/month for studios (#222 at Two Waterline Square), $5,271/month for one-beds (#622 at Two Waterline Square), and $8,167/month for two-beds (#633 at Two Waterline Square).
Waterline-Square-06 Rendering via GID Development Group

10-Riverside-Boulevard-1 One Waterline Square rendering (l; GID Develoment Group) and photo circa April 2019 (r; CityRealty)
The undulating curtain wall at One Waterline Square, designed by Pritzker Prize laureate Richard Meier, slopes and bends as it ascends to the pointed roofline, which plays off well against the sail-like sweep of Bjarke Ingles’ nearby VIA57WEST (not part of the complex). Champalimaud Design is behind the building interiors. The slender building stands prominently at the southwest corner of the site, offering sweeping panoramas of the Hudson River and the skyline from apartments and the 15th-floor amenity suite.
10-Riverside-Boulevard-2 Living room via Corcoran (All rendering credit of Noe Associates with The Boundary)
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400-West-61st-Street-1 Two Waterline Square rendering (l; GID Development Group) and photos circa mid-February 2020 (r; Ondel/CityRealty)
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Two Waterline Square’s curved, sectioned facade, courtesy of Kohn Pedersen Fox of Hudson Yards and One Vanderbilt fame, ripples and billows like a sail caught in the Hudson River breeze. In addition to the 18th floor indoor/outdoor amenities designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the firm behind the apartments’ interiors, residents will have access to a special benefits package at the Cipriani food hall that includes a private direct entrance, event catering, “specialty pantry stocking.”
400-West-61st-Street-2 Interiors via GID Development Group
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639-West-59th-Street-1 Three Waterline Square rendering (l; GID Development Group) and photo circa April 2019 (r; CityRealty)
The angled, undulating glass wall at Three Waterline Square, rises like a crystal toward its slanted pinnacle. The slant-walled building is quite unlike architect Rafael Viñoly’s better-known, boxy supertall at 432 Park Avenue. Three Waterline Square comes with interiors by Groves & Co. and a 22nd-floor landscaped terrace and indoor amenities.
639-West-59th-Street-2 Interiors via GID Development Group
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Emerging Dining Scene
While a new Morton Williams recently opened one block away at One West End Avenue, Waterline Square is building up quite the culinary scene right on its premises. In summer 2017, the Cipriani family announced that its first-ever food hall would come to Two Waterline Square. The 28,000-square-foot space will be designed by Martin Brudnizki and feature a full-service restaurant and bar, a food market with produce stands, and counters including a coffee bar, a gelateria, a pastry shop, and a pizza bar.
Waterline-Square-02 Cipriani food hall via Waterline Square
In addition, acclaimed Mexican-inspired restaurant Empellon signed a lease in Three Waterline Square. It will have nearly 3,300 square feet of interior space, over 1,600 square feet of exterior space, and a menu inspired by its West Village taqueria. James Beard Award-nominated founder and chef Alex Stupak has fielded many requests to expand his mini-empire to the Upper West Side over the years and saw the right opportunity in this growing neighborhood.

Expansive New Park
Waterline-Square-03 Park rendering via GID Development Group
Both restaurants will look out on a nearly three-acre park designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. The park features manicured lawns and a children’s playground. Sculptural fountains and cascading water features serve as unofficial landmarks. The park connects all three towers and serves a front yard for residents while also bringing much-needed green space to this stretch of Manhattan’s Far West Side.

Fully-stacked Amenities
Waterline-Square-04 Waterline Club rendering via GID Development Group
While the park connects all three buildings from the outside, the immense Waterline Club will connect the buildings of Waterline Square from within. The space is designed by the Rockwell Group and houses 100,000 square feet of amenities catering to all lifestyles, interests, and hobbies. Fitness offerings include a gym, 25-meter lap pool, rock climbing wall, several sports courts, and the city's first indoor skate park. Creative residents have a screening room, art studio, and music studio at their disposal. A party room, game lounge, bowling alley, and Great Room are ideal for hosting all types of events. Even four-legged residents are not forgotten with an indoor dog run, pet washing studio, and training studio.

Waterline Square All photos by Ondel/CityRealty

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