One Riverside Park, the last of the exclusively residential developments of the Riverside South site, is now open for sales. The Upper West Side luxury condominium brings 219 new units to the Hudson River waterfront.
One Riverside Park is the 11th building to rise on the boulevard, but this luxury building earns its “one” by being the first building along Riverside Boulevard, as well its one-of-a-kind homes. Rising 35 stories, this new luxury condominium clad in limestone and glass was temporarily pulled from the market for a price adjustment last year due to the overwhelming demand.
The Riverside South sub-neighborhood of the Upper West Side was formerly a rail yard and later purchased by Donald Trump in 1985. Development in the neighborhood was slow at first due to a weak housing market, and in 2005, the Carlyle Group and Extell Development purchased undeveloped sections of the site.
One Riverside Park, located at 50 Riverside Boulevard, is not the only building owned by Extell along this stretch of the Upper West Side. The development company’s residential buildings along Riverside Boulevard also include the Avery at 100 Riverside Boulevard, the Rushmore at 80 Riverside Boulevard and the Aldyn at 60 Riverside Boulevard.
The Aldyn is located next door to One Riverside Park, and the two luxury buildings share the La Palestra Athletic Club and Spa. Residents have full access to top-of-the-line strength training and aerobic equipment, 75-foot indoor pool, yoga room, pilates studio, game room, bowling alley, rock climbing wall, basketball court, golf simulator, squash court, massage rooms, locker/changing rooms and lounge area.
Other amenities at One Riverside Park include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, residents’ lounge, screening room, entertainment room with catering kitchen, billiards and game room, indoor playground, landscaped garden courtyard and on-site parking. With luxury amenities, tasteful architecture and stunning views, One Riverside Park is one-of-a-kind.