As mentioned before in previous articles it’s more or less the amenities that make a residence tower a luxury place to live or not apart of the amenities in the condo’s or apartments themselves.
On Waterline Square located on the corner of Riverside Blvd and W 61st St, where a multi-billion luxury mega-development is in progress (designed by Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and KPF) the future residents will have the most extra-ordinairy amenities available in a 100,000sqft (9.290 m2) subterranean facility. These will be amenities like an indoor tennis court, 30ft rock climbing wall, art and music studio and more.
But that is not all. It will also have a huge amount of private amenities available specific to each of the 3 towers. And they do that on the upper floors to provide residents with fantastic views of the Hudson River and the city skyline. This will be really amazing. They will be having private dining rooms, media and game rooms, billiard lounges and beautifully-landscaped terraces with outdoor kitchens for their residents.
Select tower amenities include:
One Waterline Square by Richard Meier, Interiors + Amenities by Champalimaud
(15th floor, nearly 8,000 square feet)
- Private dining room seating 20 people
- Enclosed catering kitchen
- Media room
- Two landscaped sundecks with outdoor kitchen capabilities
- Billiards lounge with bar and access to terrace
- Great room with gas-burning fire place and access to terrace
Two Waterline Square by KPF, Interiors + Amenities by Yabu Pushelberg
(18th floor, over 11,000 square feet)
- Private dining room seating 22 people
- Catering kitchen
- Salon with river-view balcony
- Lounge with billiards and bar
- Spirits library
- Great room with gas-burning fire place and large seating areas
- 3,700 sq. ft. sundeck with two outdoor kitchens
Three Waterline Square by Rafael Vinoly, Interiors + Amenities by Groves & Co.
(22nd floor, nearly 5,000 square feet)
- Private dining room seating 12 people
- Catering kitchen
- Great room with two gas-burning fireplaces
- Salon with wet bar
- Media room with access to terrace
- Landscaped terrace
By Ton Peelen