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GID’s Waterline Square Has Banner First Half of 2021

GID Development Group’s Waterline Square, a three-building luxury residential development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is enjoying a record first half of the year in sales and leasing volume. 

On the heels of closing more than 100 condominium sales in 2020, the waterfront development secured 17 new signed contracts so far in 2021 valued at more than $85 million, with several more currently out for signature. 

Additionally, Waterline Square has signed 197 rental apartment leases since January, including 67 in the month of May alone, marking it the development’s most successful month of leasing since launching in late 2019. 

“We’re thrilled to see such an overwhelmingly positive response from buyers and renters as people continue to recognize the value of living in a development that offers this kind of well-rounded lifestyle,” said James Linsley, president of GID Development Group.  


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