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Waterline Square’s first penthouse hits the market for $17.25M

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The four-bedroom apartment has an enormous terrace with views for days

Noë & Associates with the Boundary

It’s been a little over two years since Riverside Center’s long-delayed final piece—a parcel of three buildings known as Waterline Square—was unveiled, but things have moved fairly swiftly in that time. All three of the buildings (designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, Richard Meier, and Rafael Viñoly) have now topped out, and sales quietly launched last summer.

Now, one of the complex’s first penthouses—this one in 2 Waterline Square, designed by KPF—is on the market, with a $17.25 million price tag. The 38th-floor penthouse sits at the top of the building, and comes with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a 1,850-square-foot outdoor terrace—one that almost certainly will come with incredible views, given the tower’s waterfront-adjacent location (and lack of surrounding buildings).

Other perks include its own private elevator landing, a huge master suite with direct access to the terrace, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Noë & Associates with the Boundary

In addition to all of that, the apartment comes with access to the Waterline Club, filled with a whole heck of a lot of over-the-top amenities. Those will be “linked together by sculptural wooden bridges that dramatically traverse a one-of-a-kind great room,” and will include New York City’s first indoor tennis court appended to a condo, an indoor skate park, a 30-foot indoor rock climbing wall, a full basketball court, a three-lane lap pool, and studios for art, photography, recording, and indoor gardening.