One of Manhattan’s most anticipated residential condominiums, the US$2.3 billion Waterline Square development, is expected to be completed by September 2019.

Comprising towers by Richard Meier & Partners, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Viñoly, the development will range along New York’s Hudson riverfront, spanning five acres.

Architect David Rockwell – who in 2017 designed an “ethereal, dream-like environment” for Tokyo’s Prince Gallery Hotel – is responsible for designing the indoor amenities for Waterline Square.

The Waterline Club connects the three buildings that make up Waterline Square and offers a range of amenities and a ‘lifestyle programme’ for residents. Wellness facilities include a basketball court, skate park, bowling alley, soccer field, tennis court, and other facilities such as a 25-metre pool and a spa.

Residents will also have access to an art studio, a music studio and a gardening workshop (this page). A children’s play area has been designed by Roto.

Facilities include:

Tennis court, Full-court basketball, Indoor soccer field, Squash court, 30ft climbing wall, Indoor half-pipe skate park and Golf simulator.

Fitness centre, Pilates studio, Boxing studio and Yoga/barre studio.

Indoor gardening room, Art studio, Music and recording studio and Video and photography studio.

Children’s indoor play room, Toddler’s play area and Children’s party room

25m lap pool, Children’s pool, Hot tub, Steamrooms and saunas and Massage treatment rooms.

Waterline Great Room, Party room, Catering kitchen, Bowling alley, Games lounge, Cards parlor and lounge, Screening room and performance space and Business center.

Indoor playroom for dogs to socialise, Dog washing salon and Dog training studio