40 Riverside Boulevard will soon be home to a new 650,000 square-foot mega-glassy condominium. Nearly a dozen apartment buildings have been built at Riverside South and the site at 40 Riverside Boulevard will be one of the final projects in the area, offering Upper West Side residents the chance to live in the glassiest condo in the neighborhood with unobstructed views of the Hudson River.
The new tower will rise 33 stories into the Manhattan skyline, ranging in apartment size from one-bedroom condos to duplexes and even single-floor apartments reported Crain’s New York. Developer Goldstein Hill & West Architects are no strangers to the Upper West Side; partner Stephen Hill has taken part in developing Riverside South for years now. Through him, the architectural firm also had a hand in developing The Rushmore condos, as well as the Aldyn and luxury rental building, the Ashley.