The first condos at Manhattan’s Waterline Square—the new Upper West Side development with a trio of luxury buildings, each designed by a different architect—will go live on the market Friday afternoon, Mansion Global has learned.
Set alongside the Hudson River from West 59th Street to West 61st Street, the development is comprised of One Waterline Square, designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects; Two Waterline Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates; and Three Waterline Square by Rafael Viñoly Architects.
A total of 22 apartments across the three towers will be going live, ranging from one to four bedrooms, spanning 820 to 2,518 square feet.
At the 37-story One Waterline Square, the priciest listing hitting the market Friday will be 31B, a $6.11 million, three-bedroom unit spanning 2,212 square feet.
At Two Waterline Square—the largest of the three buildings—the most expensive will be 37E, a three-bedroom duplex asking $8.36 million.
And the highest priced release at Three Waterline Square will be the four-bedroom 25B, asking $6.575 million. Occupancy is slated for late 2018.
This isn’t the first opportunity to buy at the building though. Since June shoppers have been able to buy homes off of floor plans, according to reports, which is not an unusual strategy. A new development will plan how to launch its sales and release inventory based on factors including who’s developing the project, where it’s located and the target market.
“Waterline Square debuted this summer to an extraordinary reception by the market,” said Melissa Ziweslin, managing director at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, who are handling sales. “Waterline Square has been incredibly well received, and we are proud to launch our first listings.”
There will be a total of 263 units across the towers, which will be connected by three acres of park space and the Waterline Club, an amenity program that includes an indoor tennis court, soccer field, a 30-foot rock climbing wall, an indoor half-pipe skate park and art, music and gardening studios. Within Two Waterline Square, the Cipriani family will develop a 28,000-square-foot food hall.
The project, from GID Development Group, will help finalize the Riverside Master Plan, designed more than two decades ago to transform 77 acres of waterfront land along the Hudson River into a residential neighborhood. The project is expected to be complete by 2019.
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