Putting a dream home together in NYC

What do you get when elite professionals like designer Daniel Romualdez, Eggersmann kitchens, Interior Marketing Group and architectural firm SOM partner together? Yes, you gathered that from the title; a dream home!

You may say that this is truly their crown jewel and spread across the whole 65th floor, this ultra luxury penthouse boasts 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms on 8,139 square feet (756m2), 12’9 ceilings and 360 degree views of New York City including Central Park, George Washington Bridge and the East River. And let’s not forget to mention there are 2 private balconies. How beautiful can it be? You just have to look at the images hereunder to see how amazing the view is. It is like living on top of the world!!!

Daniel Romualdez, the amazing AD100 interior architect, was very picky in his choices and what he found was spectacular. Horizontal grain walnut cabinetry with Hanstone glass countertops are featured in this magnificent luxury penthouse and white oak floors are present throughout this luxury home. Daniel used polished white Nanoglass walls and a custom-designed bathtub for the bathrooms and it really looks astonishing.

The entire north side of this penthouse is occupied by a huge living and dining room. It is more than large enough for entertaining a large number of guests and it includes a fireplace. The south side has an expansive master suite with generous and luxurious him-and-hers bathrooms and dressing rooms and a wet bar.

Daniel Romualdez also is responsible for designing an amazing collection of luxury amenities including the exclusive 34th Floor Club, electric car charging stations, a 75-foot swimming pool, a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy circuit spa, a gated interior porte-cochère with New York City’s largest residents-only automated parking garage (how convenient is that!!), a dog playroom and grooming station, a children playroom and much more. There is also a personalized concierge services by Luxury Attaché. Ain’t life grand!

Author
Ton Peelen

Two Waterline Square Penthouse Inside Look

Million Dollar Villas wrote about the Two Waterline Square Project a couple of months ago and want to update you about this prestigious luxury project and show you some inside looks in a luxury penthouse that is available for just $17.25 million.

That luxury apartment is located in the largest of the three buildings at Two Waterline Square, situated along Riverside Boulevard from 59th to 61st Street and sits atop on the 38th floor with majestic views on the Hudson River, the Manhattan Skyline and New Jersey. In case you didn’t know it yet, it is the last remaining waterfront development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. We won’t say hurry up in case you are interested to buy it because you are smart enough to think that yourself.

This luxury gem can be found in the largest and tallest of the three buildings and is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox firm. You know them from the Petersen Automotive Museum in LA, the Echelon Seaport in Boston, the Brickell Arch in Miami, Hudson Yards in New York City and many, many more impressive projects around the globe.

This 4,134 square foot (384,1 square meters) luxury residence has interiors by the famed Yabu Pushelberg duo and features 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, a powder room, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and an outdoor terrace to die for. A more than generous living and dining area large enough to accommodate guests occupy the center of the floor. Furthermore a spacious master suite with his-and-hers dressing rooms and his-and-hers marble bathrooms has found a place here.

Living here will give you access to Two Waterline Square’s amenities but you also will have access to the Waterline Club. Here you find more than 100,000 square feet of luxury amenities in sports, leisure and lifestyle spaces. We mention a music room where you can play instruments, a soccer court, an indoor tennis court, a basketball court, two swimming pools, a game room, pet spaces and children’s rooms.

A covered porte-cochere at ground level gives the residence a convenient and perfect entrance to the building. You will certainly like this amenity when it is raining or snowing. Just off the lobby the first-ever upscale Cipriani’s food hall will be available for some great Italian food.

Written by Ton Peelen
Photo credits: Noë & Associates with the Boundary