Waterline Square is Manhattan’s most exciting new condominium development. Extending two full city blocks, Waterline Square features three distinct residential condominium towers designed by world-renowned architects, Richard Meier, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Rafael Vinoly.
Surrounded by a lush, new park and at the intersection of Midtown West and the Upper West Side the three towers, located in an area south of Riverside Boulevard between 59th and 61st Streets, known as Riverside Center, are being developed by GID Development Group.
Within Waterline Square will be a new 2.6-acre park distinguished by cascading water features, a great lawn, a flowering meadow, and a fully equipped children’s playground, all designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects.
Connecting the three towers is The Waterline Club—an extraordinary collection of indoor amenities available to residents. Designed by Rockwell Group, this three-level space expands over 90,000 square feet and provides sports, fitness, swim, spa, leisure, and recreational amenities catering to adults, kids, and pets.
The buildings will include condominium and rental apartments. Expected completion of Waterline Square is 2019.
10 Riverside Boulevard
Architect: Richard Meier
One Waterline Square, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Richard Meier, extends a full city block between 59th and 60th Streets at Riverside Boulevard.
Four distinct façade features compose the tower exterior. Floor-to-ceiling glass is adorned with varying white metal panes and undulating planes. The north-facing façade features a lightly “peeled and folded” layer inspired by the leaves of a tree while terraces are cut into the seams at the changing of the building’s mass.
The 56 one-to-five bedroom condominium residences at One Waterline Square include 10-foot ceilings and a rich selection of handpicked materials. Select residences include private terraces and gas-burning fireplaces.
30 Riverside Boulevard
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox
Two Waterline Square, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, spans a full city block between 60th and 61st Streets at Riverside Boulevard.
The structure is accentuated by an elegantly detailed glass curtain wall with a series of ascending setback terraces at the top and a porte-cochère entrance from west 61st Street with stone pavers.
The 160 one-to-four bedroom condominium residences at Two Waterline Square feature 10-foot ceilings and offer two modern finish palettes. Select residences include private terraces and gas-burning fireplaces.
639 West 59th Street
Architect: Rafael Vinoly
Three Waterline Square, designed by Rafael Vinoly rises on the southeasterly corner of Waterline Square, stretching across 59th Street and Freedom Place.
The tower’s crystalline-shaped profile and tapering silhouette preserves views of the Hudson River and the park below. Pewter-toned metal panels articulate the vertical expression of the tower and faceted glass forms create gently sloping window walls.
The 47 one-to-four bedroom condominium residences at Three Waterline Square feature 10-foot ceilings and offer two modern finish palettes.