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Well Home inspires Rockwell Group’s visionary Waterline Square brings new meaning to the ‘high-life’ 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. Turn the page for more photography

The Gardening Studio is one of a long list of amenities being planned for Waterline Square in New York City

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Well Home Q1 2019 Vol 1 No 1  

Well Home Q1 2019 Vol 1 No 1