Extell's One Riverside Park has officially been on the market for two years, and in two years has penned contracts for nearly all of the west side tower's 219 condos. A few of the residences that remain unsold have since been turned into model units with top-of-the-line finishes that emulate what home may look like for those who can afford to call it that.
Even for those who can, the building still costs. Available condos at One Riverside are asking from $3.95 million for a 1,500-square-foot three-bedroom to $25.75 million for a seven-bedroom duplex with a private outdoor swimming pool.
Curbed was recently invited to tour the development's mansions in the sky, and it should come as no surprise that not one, but two of the palatial models feature these private outdoor oases. Other extravagant features seen in the models: double-height living areas and floorplans that consume more square footage than a house in the 'burbs.
One Riverside Park's interiors were designed by Shamir Shah. All residents in the building's market rate portion—yes, this is the infamous 'poor door' development—also have access to a sprawling La Palestra gym, connected to the building via a passageway under 62nd Street into Extell's neighboring development, The Aldyn. Market rate tenants also have access to a planted courtyard, movie theater, and 24/7 doorman. Now, without further ado.
One Riverside Park sits just to the north of Extell's, the Carlyle Group's, and General Investment and Development Companies Riverside Center, an eight-acre mixed-use development that will include residential towers, commercial space, and public school space. ↓