Three New York high-rises offer luxury on every floor.
On the Upper West Side, Waterline Square, a striking new trio of glass condo towers, was designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Vinoly and offers living spaces with views of the surrounding parks, river and city skyline. Champalimaud Design cast its magic upon the interiors with custom-designed glass cabinetry and white oak flooring. The Waterline Club, designed by Rockwell Group, offers a lap pool, a rock-climbing wall, a recording studio and an indoor skate park. Completion is set for late 2019.
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Opening in early 2020, 40 Bleecker in NoHo offers residences inside a modern building influenced by the neighborhood’s Beaux Arts architecture. Rawlings Architects designed layouts with high ceilings and views, while interior designer Ryan Korban chose materials like French Oak chevron flooring crafted by Italian artisans and hand-selected statuary marble in the kitchen to create a waterfall-style island and hood. Residents can enjoy an indoor pool and a landscaped sculpture garden, rare amenities in NoHo.
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Five years ago, J&R Music World, a landmark New York music store, closed its doors. The founders promised that the next evolution of the site would be special. Enter 25 Park Row condo residences designed by CookFox Architects, offering one- to four-bedroom units and set to open by late 2019. Interiors boast custom-crafted millwork, gourmet kitchens and generous terraces. Residents are steps from wellness amenities like a swimming pool and spa treatment room by acclaimed Brazilian designer Andre Mellone of Studio Mellone.