Waterline Square — a residential complex located on Manhattan’s upper west side — has unveiled its resident amenities package, which is believed to be one of the most comprehensive in the entire city. The development features three condominium towers designed by Richard Meier, Rafael Viñoly, and KPF. Connecting the structures will be the recently revealed ‘Waterline Club’, which includes three levels of indoor amenities designed by Rockwell Group.
Open to all Waterline Square residents, the facilities feature more than 100,000 square feet of sports, leisure, and lifestyle offerings. Active amenities include an indoor tennis court, a squash court, a 30-foot rock climbing wall, a half-pipe skate park, a golf simulator, a full-size basketball court, an indoor soccer field, a fitness center, and pilates, boxing, and yoga/barre studios. a 25-meter, 3-lane lap pool will be joined by a separate children’s pool, a hot tub, steam rooms and saunas.
Planned leisure and social offerings include an enclosed catering kitchen, a party room, a bowling alley, a games lounge, a cards parlor, and a screening room. For more creative residents, an indoor gardening studio is provided, alongside studios that cater to art, music, recording, video, and photography. AV equipment and a green screen will also be on offer.
Children’s facilities include a 4,600 square foot indoor playroom designed by Roto Group, a party room, and a dedicated toddler’s play area. Pets aren’t left out either, with an indoor playroom, a washing station, and a training studio all available to residents. Waterline Square’s three towers are being developed and completed simultaneously and will eventually contain a total of 263 condominiums.