It forms part of Waterline Square, a five-acre mega-development in New York and is nearly 42 feet long and four feet high with ramps.
Designed by award-winning SITE Design Group, whose credits include a new skate and BMX plaza at Stars and Stripes Park near Lake Hefner and the Linda Vista Skatepark in San Diego, the skate park at Waterline Square on the Upper West Side features open seating lounge area with DJ deck and large-screen TV.
Situated along Riverside Boulevard from 59th to 61st Street, the 2.1 million square foot mega-development designed by Richard Meier & Partners, Rafael Viñoly Architects and KPF is the last remaining waterfront development site to be completed on the Upper West Side.
Waterline Square masterplan encompasses three buildings. The glassy towers complement one another in their articulated facades, outdoor spaces, and faceted crowns. All three are being constructed simultaneously, offering future residents a completed neighborhood.
Waterline Square features 263 luxury condominium residences located among the three towers of up to five bedrooms that start on the 20th floor and above to provide sweeping views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline that stretch down to the Statue of Liberty.
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