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Waterline Square MXU Will Have Its Own Indoor Skate Park

GID’s Waterline Square, a five-acre mixed-use project on the Upper West Side, will reportedly be the city’s first residential building to feature an indoor skateboarding park. Located within the Waterline Club shared amenities space, the half-pipe skate park is more than 40 feet long and four feet high.

The half-pipe skate park at Waterline Square also features an open seating lounge area, a sound system with DJ deck, and large screen TV with video game provisions. Skateboards and helmets will be available for residents who don’t have their own .

Situated along Riverside Boulevard from 59th to 61st Street, the 2.1-million-square-foot mega-development designed by Richard Meier & Partners, Rafael Viñoly Architects and KPF is reportedly the last remaining waterfront development to be completed on the UWS.

The New York Post reported that condominiums at the complex start at $1.92 million for a one-bedroom unit. Closings are expected to begin this spring.

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