New York—Extell Development Company has begun selling units at One Riverside Park, a luxury condominium on the Upper West Side’s Riverside South.
“Extell began developing condominiums on Riverside South about eight years ago. Their vision has been the driving force of this neighborhood really coming into its own,” Karen Lee Duncan, sales director of One Riverside Park, tells MHN. “Extell’s other developments, The Avery, The Rushmore and The Aldyn, have been brought to market and sold out and The Ashley completely leased-up. Accordingly, the neighborhood has become increasingly populated and vibrant.”
Located at 50 Riverside Boulevard and 62nd Street, One Riverside Park was designed by award-winning architecture firm Goldstein Hill & West Architects and overlooks the Hudson River.
The building will feature 219 luxury condominium residences with interiors curated by interior designer Shamir Shah. Residences range from one- to seven-bedrooms, including five full-floor penthouse residences, each featuring six-bedrooms with more than 6,000 square feet of living space and breathtaking panoramas. Many of the homes will contain floor-to-ceiling glass with endless views of the Hudson River, Riverside Park and the Manhattan skyline.
Amenities include a 40,000-square-foot athletic club and spa, a private residential athletic club, which includes a 75-foot swimming pool, 38-foot rock-climbing wall, full-size basketball and squash courts, two-lane bowling alley and club lounge, and a golf simulator. There’s also a game room with billiards and ping pong, indoor playground designed by Kidville, function room with full catering kitchen, private screening room, residents lounge and landscaped garden courtyard.
The exterior will be constructed primarily from glass and limestone, reflecting the look of the neighborhood.
“River and city views, outstanding amenities, a blossoming community in close proximity to some of the best attractions, shopping and dining in New York and an exceptional selection of some of the largest luxury residences on the Upper West Side are just some of the assets that make One Riverside Park so alluring to buyers,” Duncan says.
The building is located steps from some of New York City’s most desired cultural attractions, such as Lincoln Center for the performing arts, Central Park, Time Warner Center, and many of the city’s finest dining and retail destinations.
Designed by Thomas Balsley, Riverside Park South offers 21 acres of open space, sports fields, playgrounds, plazas, piers and intimate gardens easily accessed by residents. The final piece of the Riverside South community will be Riverside Center, which, once completed, will provide the neighborhood with over 100,000 square feet of shopping, dining and retail services, a public K-8 school and 3.2 acres of green space.
“Riverside South is rapidly becoming one of the most vibrant communities in Manhattan. With more than 100,000 square feet of shopping, the best dining and retail services, a public K-8 school, which is under construction now and plenty of great parks and outdoor activities, we have been seeing buyers from all over New York City moving here,” Duncan says. “One Riverside Park will help meet the neighborhoods’ strong demand for spacious, luxury condominiums.”