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Starchitect-designed Waterline Square unveils more of its plush amenities

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All three towers, designed by various starchitects, have their own fancy perks

A common space at Three Waterline Square.
All renderings by Noe & Associates with The Boundary

Sales at the starchitect-designed Waterline Square development launched late this spring, the first of the three towers (Three Waterline Square, counterintuitively) topped out last week, and now—the moment we have all been waiting for—the buildings’ over-the-top bananas amenities, much rumored, have finally been unveiled.

And they are something: Each of the buildings has its own various common spaces, which boast “expansive views of the Hudson River, city skyline, and beyond,” per the developers. Let’s break it down, shall we?

The Richard Meier-designed One Waterline Square (with interiors and amenities by Champalimaud) offers residents a private 20-seat dining room with an enclosed catering kitchen, a media room, two landscaped sundecks with outdoor kitchen capabilities, a billiards lounge with a bar, and a great room with a gas-burning fire place, all on the scenic 15th floor.

The great room at One Waterline Square
The dining room at One Waterline Square

The 18th floor of the KPF-designed Two Waterline Square, meanwhile, has interiors and amenities by Yabu Pushelberg, which include a private dining room for 22, a catering kitchen, a “salon,” a lounge with billiards, a “spirits library,” a sundeck with the requisite two outdoor kitchens, and—of course—a great room with a gas-burning fireplace.

The “social club” at Two Waterline Square

And over on the 22nd floor the Three Waterline Square, Rafael Viñoly’s tower, there’s a media room, a 12-person dining room with a catering kitchen, another salon, a terrace, and a great room with two gas-burning fireplaces, all of which are designed by Groves & Co.

The three towers will also have access to the shared Waterline Club, which comes with its own spate of fancy perks—an indoor tennis court, a 30-foot rock climbing wall, an art and music studio, swimming pool, golf simulator, basketball court, indoor skate-park, indoor soccer field, “gardening studios,” and mini bowling alley.

We were briefly concerned there was no dog spa, but in fact—per the official website—there is both a “dog washing salon” and a “dog training studio.” (Phew.)

The lobby at Three Waterline Square