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Articles about "Riverside Center"
In NYC, Buildings Matter; Starchitects, Not So Much
September 24, 2012
While New York is certainly known for being home to some of the tallest buildings in the world, it is also interesting to note that these skyscrapers are among the most well-designed as well, with their architecture generating the same amount of buzz as their startling heights. One of the architects who has been known for his designs on the Manhattan skyline is French architect Christian de Portzamparc, whose Pritzker Prize winning roster in the city includes impressive addresses like the LVMH Tower, 400 Park Avenue South and the current toast of the town, One 57. Besides getting the best luxury lifestyles possible, residents of these buildings can take pride in the fact that they are living in what is, ultimately, a piece of art.Read More
The Upper West Side Just Got A Little Smarter
December 16, 2011
We’ve written before about the Riverside Center complex, the sprawling residential development that has plans to open in the Upper West Side by September 2015. The massive, five-building project will include, in addition to 2,500 residences, a movie theater, an auto showroom, office space, and a 1,500-space parking garage.Read More
Riverside Center Nearing Fruition
September 22, 2011
With all the development occurring on the West Side of Manhattan, we often tend to focus on Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, and Clinton, neglecting the Upper West Side in the process. After all, does the Upper West Side have the High Line? Well, no, it doesn’t, but instead its signature development project, Riverside South, is nearing completion with its final portion, Riverside Center, well under way. Although not as well known as many other luxury residential and commercial projects in Manhattan, Riverside Center is critical in the development and continued growth of not only the West Side but also Manhattan in general.Read More