Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Waterline Square Makes Headway on the Upper West Side

We told you we’d keep you updated on NYC building news, and we keep our promises. As the year rolls on, more headway is being made on Waterline Square on the Upper West Side, which means all those amenities we told you about last time are that much closer to being available to enjoy.

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The History:
Formally known as Riverside Center, the project was originally conceived in a master plan by Christian de Portzamparc. (You might recall he was responsible for the first supertall residential building in New York City.) The project went through an intensive approval process and eventually was changed to what we know it as today.

The Who:
The architect of the buildings are Hill + West Architects, and each building has a different designer, each of whom is famed within the industry.
  • The largest building — which will be built in a two-tower format of 1.2 million square feet —  is being designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox.
  • The other two buildings will be designed by Richard Meier and Partner Architects and Rafael Viñoly Architects.

The Buildings:
There will be a total of 1,132 units between the three buildings, set to be offered in late 2018. The entire site is set to be completed in 2019.

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