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Waterline Square is one of the slew of super-developments going on in the New York right now, but one of the only developments to take place on the established West Side.
The three buildings, at 38, 36, and 34 stories, plus an additional 25 stories since one is a ‘double tower,’ are a staggering undertaking.
At the end of it, the plan is to have added over 1,188 units to New York’s residential housing stock. The General Investment & Development Companies (GID)-led project has recruited three-star architects to design each building: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Richard Meier & Partners Architects, and Rafael Viñoly Architects.
The results, needless to say, will be nothing short of spectacular.

Architecture

 
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Rendering Courtesy of Waterline Square

 
The scale of the project and diverse design approaches means that is not single look or material that is going to dominate the lot, other than a commitment to reflect the motion and movement of the water they’re built on in the façade.
Each building is a glass tower with gently undulating sides for a modern design that mitigates the usual imposition of major ‘stark glass tower’ development projects.
The teams are working holistically to build a new vision for urban living. Combining retail, residential, and commercial all in a single tower and curating a stunning park at the same time, they’re promising that both the public and private spaces are guaranteed to be used extensively by all the residents.

Residences

 
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Rendering Courtesy of Waterline Square

 
The residences of each tower are unique, depending on the architectural direction.
However, what you can be sure of is that every unit is designed with absolute luxury and comfort in mind.
Veined marble and waterfall islands are standard in all kitchens with tone and materials being chosen by each architect in line with their vision. We can assume that every unit will come equipped with the best possible appliances from Gaggenau. Millwork and floors rely heavily on natural wood like ash and white oak for warmth and clear contrast to the bright marble. 
 
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Rendering Courtesy of Waterline Square

 
In the bathrooms, floating vanities and Roman-style soaking tubs are standard with walnut used to contrast marble tiled floors and marble-topped vanities.
 

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Rendering Courtesy of Waterline Square

 
Each unit comes with floor to ceiling windows, and in most, those ceilings reach up to twelve feet tall. All this provides stunning views across the water and the city, opening up residents to a private world of wonder.

Amenities

Between the shared park uniting the three buildings and the amenities offered within each tower, anything and everything tenants could want is accounted for at Waterline Square. Called the Waterline Club, residents can access any amenity from any tower, whenever and however they want. Among the list of included facilities is gyms, fitness centers and studios, a climbing wall, courts for squash, basketball, tennis, and a 25-meter lap pool.
 
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Rendering Courtesy of Waterline Square

 
To relax, residents have access to saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs, and massage treatment options.
Bowling alleys, movie theaters, catering kitchen and outdoor cooking and dining spaces make it easy to entertain, and a business center, recording studio, photography studio, and socially shared workstations all make it easy to be productive and creative all day long.
Finally, there are plenty of logistical amenities, including 24/7 concierges, bike storage, personal storage, well-appointed lobbies and even an indoor gardening center for all your functional (and cooking) needs.

Availability

With three towers and units arranged from 1-bedrooms up to 5-bedrooms, there’s something for everyone as the towers go up. However, as of yet, there are no units currently available.

Neighborhood

Waterline Square sits at the junction between two of the most intensely developed areas of the city: Midtown, and the Upper West Side.
Bike immediately along the waterfront, explore the Waterline Square park, or just wander through the Upper West Side to find Michelin star restaurants in your backyard. And with countless boutiques and every major luxury brand represented in a tiny radius, you’re never far from whatever your heart desires at Waterline Square.
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