Two Waterline Square: 30 Riverside Boulevard

A part of the Waterline Square master plan, the glass building of Two Waterline Square is set to be a modern classic. Designed by Kohn Pederson, the newly constructed tower has floor-to-ceiling windows framing captivating views of the George Washington Bridge and the Hudson River. The 1 to 4-bedroom apartments are the vision of Yabu Pushelberg and house savvy designs in its interior. Its balcony, hardwood floor, terrace and walk-in closets only bring out the essence of a spectacular layout plan, promising remarkable luxuries.

A 25-meter lap pool, a children's pool, a spa pool, indoor courts for various sports, game room, bowling alley, and a recording studio make up a fraction of the stunning amenities the residences have to offer. The white marble kitchens and sleek custom bathrooms add to the clever use of space, echoing a luxurious and convenient lifestyle.


This 38-story tower at 400 West 61st Street is known as Two Waterline Square and has been designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the architects of 333 Wacker Street in Chicago, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Guangzhou CTF Finance Center, the International Commerce Centre in Hong Kong and One Vanderbilt and One Jackson Place in New York.

It has 160 condo units and 486 rental units and is scheduled for completion in 2019.  There are separate entrances for the rentals and the condos.

George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg are the interior designers.

It is one of three towers on trapezoidal sites at the five-acre Waterline Square developed by General Investment and Development Companies (GID) and Henley Holding Company, s subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Development Authority, with a total of 1,132 condominium and rental apartments and 20 percent of that total will be "affordable." 

The other two towers in this complex have been designed, disparately, by Richard Meier & Partners and Rafael Vinoly.  Hill West is the executive architect for the entire complex.

Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects have designed the center, 2.6-acre park that will connect to the Riverside Park South esplanade.

This and the other two Waterline Square towers follow the general massing outline in the master plan for the site by Christian Portzamparc for Extell Development, who designed One57, the first SuperTall on Billionaries’ Row at 157 West 57th Street across from Carnegie Hall for Extell.


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