50 Riverside Boulevard , 23A
Condo · Upper West Side · $27,500
August 1st move-in apartment of 3,190 square feet, three exposures and panoramic views offers a whole new level of waterfront living in Manhattan and showcases the functional modernism aesthetic of its world-renowned designer Shamir Shah. The 7-room apartment boasts a living room and a dining room with ravishing views from every spot, an oversized eat-in-kitchen with top-of-the-line equipment and finishes, and four generous bed-rooms with ample closet space. Its floor-to-ceiling windows throughout provide breathtaking views of the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge and the sleepless city skyline.
One Riverside Park is a world-class luxury condominium newly built and impeccably managed by Extell. The building provides superb white-glove service including a 24-hour doorman, five-star concierge and on-site management. Its lavish lobby is designed with the use of natural materials like travertine and accented with metal work and a custom hand-blown glass chandelier. Its record-breaking 50,000-square-feet of amenities, including a 40,000-square-foot athletic club and spa, a 75-foot swimming pool, a 38-foot rock-climbing wall, basketball and squash courts, a two-lane bowling lounge, and a golf simulator. Spa facilities include locker and dressing rooms, sauna and steam rooms, and private treatment rooms. In addition, the building offers an indoor playground designed by Kidville, a resident's lounge equipped with a catering kitchen, a private screening room, a game room, a landscaped courtyard, an on-site valet parking garage, and a Riverside South shuttle service. The Riverside Park South right outside the building offers 21 acres of open space ideal for walking, running and biking. In addition, there are many of the city's most visited destinations within its walking distance, including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, American Folk Art Museum, Museum of Arts and Design, and shops and restaurants at Columbus Circle.
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