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Rafael Viñoly's Waterline Square skyscraper tops out

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It’s the first skyscraper to top out at the Upper West Side complex

Via CityRealty

Waterline Square has been making rapid progress on the west side this past year, and now one of the three buildings that make up this massive complex has topped out. 6sqft reports that the Rafael Viñoly-designed Three Waterline Square has reached its nearly 400-foot pinnacle.

The building now stands 34-stories tall, and will have a mix of rentals and condos when it is complete. As for the other buildings; One Waterline Square, designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects is close to topping out as well. That building will stand 37-stories tall when complete.

As for Two Waterline Square, that will still be a while, as it’s the largest building among the trio. Kohn Pedersen Fox is designing that tower. When we last checked in with the site in August, both Waterline Square One and Three were about halfway to the top.

The condos in all three buildings will start on floor 20, and there will be a total of 263 spread between the three towers. The developer, GID Development, hasn’t yet revealed information on the rentals.

Also part of the project is an expansive park designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. Sales got underway in June with prices starting from $2 million. Construction is scheduled to wrap by the end of next year.