Welcome to your new home at One Riverside Park! 20 Years 421-A tax abatement expiring in 2037.
This huge South facing high floor 3 bedroom/3,5 bath apartment is over 1,919 square feet, with views of the Hudson River and beautiful Waterline Square II. The apartment features a gracious entry foyer; open gourmet kitchen and wide plank oak flooring with a custom dark stain kitchen with Miele appliances and marble bathrooms.
The Master bathroom is modern and luxurious with dark oak vanity with double sinks, marble counter-tops and walls, Zuma deep soaking tub and separate Glass enclosed shower with rainfall shower head and Dornbracht polished chrome fixtures. Large laundry room with Miele washer and fully vented dryer.
One Riverside Park, Extell Development Company’s luxury development along Riverside South, has released its final offering of premier residences. The 219-unit luxury condominium, located at 50 Riverside Boulevard in New York City, features warm, elegant interiors by acclaimed designer Shamir Shah and are some of the Upper West Side’s largest residences. The building’s lobby, with a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, includes the lavish use of natural materials such as travertine, accented with decorative metal work and a custom hand-blown glass chandelier.
The luxury condominium building features over 50,000 square feet of lifestyle amenities, including LA PALESTRA, a 40,000-square-foot athletic club and spa, which offers endless opportunities for exercise, recreation and play. Amenities include a 75-foot swimming pool, 38-foot rock-climbing wall, basketball and squash courts, two-lane bowling alley and lounge, and a golf simulator. Spa facilities include locker and dressing rooms, sauna and steam rooms, and private treatment rooms. One Riverside Park also includes an indoor playground designed by Kidville, function room equipped with a catering kitchen, private screening room, residents lounge and game room and landscaped garden courtyard.
Neighboring Riverside Park South offers 21 acres of open space, sports fields, playgrounds, plazas, piers and intimate gardens easily accessed by residents. The waterfront neighborhood, stretching along the Hudson River from 72nd to 59th Streets, is also in close proximity to some of New York City’s most famous cultural attractions, retail and dining destinations.