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Winter is Coming: Top 10 Rental Buildings with the Best Indoor Amenities

It seems fall has made an early exit and cold weather has swept over NYC. If you're lucky enough to live in one of the newly-built rental buildings and work from home, you might not ever have to venture outside. From indoor dog parks to heated pools, these new developments have it all.

City Realty

10 NYC residential buildings with the best amenities for dogs

There’s no arguing that New York is a city of dog lovers, but when most of us don’t have the convenience of letting our four-legged friends into the backyard, it can be a challenge. Thankfully, many of the city’s newest residential developments have realized how important it is to keep both pets and their owners happy and are incorporating amenities like dog runs, pet grooming, training services, and even “yappy hours.”

6SQFT

THESE BUILDINGS HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLAYROOMS FOR KIDS IN NEW YORK CITY

Gone are the days of unadorned basketball courts and scalding metal play structures—now you can climb a rock wall, visit an enchanted forest, and slide through the mouth of a whale, all without leaving the comfort of your home. As the latest trend in Manhattan’s constantly evolving real estate offerings, new luxury properties are beginning to feature some of the most inventive playrooms in the world.

Elle Decor

Starchitect-designed rentals at Waterline Square up for grabs from $3,938/month

Developed by GID Development Group, Waterline Square is now renting 868 studio to four-bedroom apartments. The whole project includes three towers that encircle a 2.6-acre park: One Waterline Square, designed by Richard Meier & Partners; Two Waterline Square, designed by KPF; and Three Waterline Square, designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects.

Curbed NY

On-the-board numbers are ambitious and optimistic, with 1,050 jobs totaling more than 218 million square feet. Among the largest jobs for each firm, 41 percent remain residential, but mixed-use is set to double to 31 percent.

GID Development Group Launches Leasing For Waterline Square On The Upper West Side

GID Development Group has officially launched apartment leasing within Waterline Square, a five-acre development that includes a trio of distinct high-rise buildings and lush landscaping throughout. The $2.3 billion development is perched along the Hudson River on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and was designed by a world class team of architects including Rafael Viñoly, Kohn Pedersen Fox, and Richard Meier.

Yimby

7 Real Estate Projects Opening This Summer

During the summer months, the pace of development, buying and selling in New York City slows down. But there are still several major developments set to open their doors this season, including the first building in a massive affordable housing complex in the Bronx, a major Manhattan office tower and a slew of new luxury rental units.

Bisnow

Rent Here and Eat Well

Where developers once wielded yoga studios, wine cellars and pet spas in amenity wars, the food hall is becoming the weapon of choice these days. Recalling the food courts of malls but with a homespun vibe and dimmer lighting, food halls are popping up in and around developments, which hope to use them to win over buyers and renters.

The New York Times

A First Look at the Interiors of Waterline Square

In the case of Waterline Square—a community comprised of three glassy residential towers, a public park, and an extensive amenity program slated to be completed in early 2019—a considered attention to detail is central to the vision of the project. Located on the Hudson riverfront where midtown Manhattan meets the Upper West Side, Waterline Square boasts an impressive lineup of architects and designers assembled by developer GID.

Architectural Digest

10 Reasons Why Waterline Square Will Redefine Upper West Side Living

GID Development Group's Waterline Square mega project is destined for West Side success. Rising from a plot of decades-long undeveloped doldrums, this waterfront residential complex is a neighborhood game changer. Architecturally stunning, conveniently located and luxurious, Waterline Square is poised to become the West Side’s premiere urban living community, when completed in 2018. The property is already planting the seed for a new upscale neighborhood which could eventually be called the Waterline District. Who knows? Here are 10 reasons why it should be a smash hit.

Forbes

The Last Piece of a Far West Side Project Gets Built

What was proposed for the area often rankled neighbors, who found the buildings to be too tall, too close together and too pricey. But, after welcoming its first residents in the late 1990s, the controversial mega-project is entering its homestretch. Construction is underway at the site’s three final apartment towers, which are rising from a nearly five-acre site from West 59th to West 61st Streets, and Riverside Boulevard to Freedom Place South.

The New York Times

Waterfront Towers Reel In Unusual Loan Deal

The partners behind a gargantuan apartment complex being built on Manhattan’s far West Side have nailed down $2.3 billion in construction financing at a time when money from traditional lenders is hard to come by. GID and Henley Holding Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, are putting up three towers along the Hudson River between West 59th and 61st streets. The expected finish date for the 1,132-unit Waterline Square Project is 2019.

The Wall Street Journal
New York's Waterline Square skyscrapers climb in time-lapse movie

New York's Waterline Square skyscrapers climb in time-lapse movie

Watch towers by three starchitects rise in this time-lapse video, which shows that the Waterline Square development on Manhattan's Upper West Side is almost complete. The new movie condenses the project's three-year construction process into just 45 seconds of footage, so the cluster of residential skyscrapers beside the Hudson River appear to shoot out of the ground. Scheduled to welcome residents early 2019, the trio of buildings at Waterline Square will encompass 2.2 million square feet of floor space, housing 263 luxury residences between them.

DEZEEN

"Three leading starchitecture firms – Rafael Viñoly Architects, Richard Meier & Partners Architects and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates – have joined forces to collaborate on Waterline Square, a new residential development occupying five acres of land on one of the Upper West Side's last remaining waterfront development sites along the Hudson River."

Construction Update: Waterline Square

Construction Update: Waterline Square

Construction is underway at Waterline Square, the three-tower development on the Upper West Side from GID Development Group. The development's three sites are the last sites available of the original 5-tower Riverside Center masterplan. Each of the three towers will be designed by a different high profile architecture firm. Tower One, located at the southwest corner, will be designed by Richard Meier Architects. Tower Two, at the northwest corner, will be designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Tower Three, adjacent to nearly completed One West End tower, will be designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects.

Field Condition
Starchitects Set To Invade Manhattan's Upper West Side

Starchitects Set To Invade Manhattan's Upper West Side

Named Waterline Square, the masterplan encompasses nearly five acres and will be located in Manhattan along the Hudson River from West 59th Street to West 61st Street, where Midtown meets the Upper West Side. The three buildings are One Waterline Square, which is designed by Richard Meier and Partners Architects, Two Waterline Square by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Three Waterline Square by Rafael Viñoly Architects.

Forbes
A First Look Inside Waterline Square on Manhattan’s West Side

A First Look Inside Waterline Square on Manhattan’s West Side

A triptych of luxury high rises in Manhattan, each designed by a different famous architect, will take the same approach inside—where three designers will create interiors to fit each building’s distinct facade.

Mansion Global

The partners behind a gargantuan apartment complex being built on Manhattan’s far West Side have nailed down $2.3 billion in construction financing at a time when money from traditional lenders is hard to come by.