Sales officially got underway in June this year with prices starting from $2 million, and construction is expected to wrap by the end of next year.
On the Upper West Side, a waterfront megaproject is just months away from debuting its first completed building.
Closings in the Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed skyscraper are expected to begin this summer, and its common spaces are on track to be completed soon.
Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and Kohn Pedersen Fox will each contribute a building to Waterline Square, the reimagined project that will pick up where Riverside Center left off along the Hudson River between West 59th and 61st streets.
The gleaming One West End Avenue is edging toward completion, and starting tomorrow, aspiring Upper West Siders who meet specific income requirements can apply for one of the Pelli-Clarke-Pelli-designed project’s 116 "affordable" apartments.
Another Riverside Center building has finally hit the market: Dermot Company’s 21 West End, where rentals are asking from $3,140 for a studio. The building’s amenities are extensive, to say the least.
It’s been more than two years since construction began on Riverside Center’s massive rental tower, set to bring 616 apartments to the Upper West Side, and in anticipation of move-ins (set to happen in June), its developers have released new renders.