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Top 6 Fall Events in New York City

Top 6 Fall Events in New York City

This weekend marks the start of the Fall season! Who doesn’t love making the most out of fall? Even in the city that never sleeps, the leaves die and the trees fall dormant making for incredibly beautiful scenery and cool breezes all of which encourage people to break out their fall attire and bask in the long-awaited cool weather.

 While cozying up with a hot cup of tea and a good book are certainly tier one fall activities, your flannels and boots will look much better out on the streets and at some of New York City’s best fall events. There’s plenty to choose from for a variety of ages and interests, but these top five are absolute must-sees in NYC.

6. Blood Manor

Looking for something spooky in honor of Halloween? Look no further than Blood Manor - New York City’s scariest haunted house experience. The house includes 5,000 square feet of terrifyingly themed rooms and passageways with everything from zombies to clowns to werewolves and more. It is described as the most “intense, creepy and ‘scream inducing’ haunted house attraction” in the New York tri-state area.

General admission tickets are priced at $40 at the door or $38.50 online. Blood Manor is open from October 1 to November 3. The haunted house is not recommended for children or anyone with a heart condition, but anyone else is guaranteed to have a terrifyingly good time. Oh, and don’t forget to wear something you don’t mind getting blood on.

5. New York City Food and Wine Festival


The New York City Food and Wine Festival is the largest food and wine festival in the region.  It will take place this year from October 12 through October 15. This event is a collaboration between the Food Network, the Cooking Channel and Food & Wine Magazine aimed at bringing attendees some of the tastiest cuisine in the country. Guests are invited to enjoy demos by nationally-acclaimed celebrity chefs, multi-course dinners at popular local restaurants, tastings and opportunities to see Food Network stars in action. 


This year is the event’s 10th anniversary - making it an event you won’t want to miss. Tickets are on sale now and priced per event at varying costs (some up in the mid-hundreds).  Packages are also available for purchase which include multiple events throughout the course of the weekend.

4. New York Botanical Garden’s Giant Pumpkin Weekend

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While the last two events are primarily catered toward adults, Giant Pumpkin Weekend at new York Botanical Garden is something the whole family can enjoy. This event showcases some of the nation’s largest pumpkins - some weighing in at over a ton - with last year’s largest pumpkin weighing in at 2,363 pounds!

Participants in this event will have an opportunity to meet the growers and participate in a growing process Q&A. The giant pumpkins will be on display October 20 and October 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

3. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade


The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is so much more than a fall activity to cross off your list.  It’s the world’s largest parade, an American icon and for many families, a holiday tradition. If you’re available to attend on Thanksgiving morning, that will be one more thing you can cross off your bucket list.

 For those who may not know, the Macy’s Day Parade has been a part of the city since 1924 and each year attracts around 3.5 million people. Over 2,000 performers flood the streets including dancers, clowns and marching bands and each year the parade features 30 large floats.

Be sure to verify the parade route before arrival and plan to arrive early to do your best to beat the crowds. You’ll thank yourself later when you remember to dress in layers.

2. Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade


Sure, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is known around the country and is basically a New York City staple...but nothing beats dogs dressed in Halloween costumes. That’s why the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade is number one on our list.

If you’re a dog lover, you won’t want to miss this event. If you’re not a dog lover you can see yourself out. This is the place for all of the city’s best dressed pups to come together to show off and compete for thousands of dollars in prizes. This event is free and open to the public. The runway competition begins promptly at noon so don’t be late!

 1. Apple Picking in The Hamptons


What says fall more than getting out of the city and into a beautiful orchard for some fall festivities? The Hamptons are equally as beautiful during the fall season as they are during the summer season. If you are looking to get outside in the crisp air with latte in hand for apple picking, check out Seven Ponds Orchard and Hank’s Pumpkintown.

Seven Ponds Orchard, located in Water Mill, offers apple picking with multiple varities including McIntosh, Honeycrisp (our favorite), Fuji, and more. They are open every of the week until Thanksgiving, and also offer hayrides and a corn maze for the kids.

Hank’s Pumpkintown is well known on the East End and a family favorite each season. Also located in Water Mill, it is a great place for the family to enjoy apple and pumpkin picking. They also offer a variety of fall favorites for sale including mums, straw bales, Indian corn, and baked goods.

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This brand new 10,000 +/- sq. ft. home commands tremendous presence, sitting majestically atop its own 6 acre hill, on a quiet cul-de-sac that includes some of Watermill North's most exclusive estates. A collaboration between developer, builder and design team, this estate demonstrates how master craftsmanship, amenities and style can come together to create a one-of-a-kind home.

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Regardless of how you participate, there are some fall activities for everyone in the family that are absolutely timeless, especially in the big apple. Between haunted houses, giant pumpkins, wine tastings and dogs in costumes - you’ll find that fall in New York is simply a continuation of the hustle and bustle that the city is known for.



3 Things to Consider for the Fall Real Estate Market

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Fall will officially be welcomed September 22nd, however, the fall real estate market is already getting in full swing. This season is typically a busy one for New York Real Estate with increased activity post summer including listings coming to market and new developments launching sales.

 If you are considering buying or selling before the end of 2018, ensure you are set up for success during the fall seasons as it may be prime time to make a deal. So, what do you need to know?


Speaking to luxury properties, absorption rate is up nearly 16% versus a year ago. What does this mean? Expect a longer time on the market going into the listing. Yes, your Broker helps reduce this time and sell faster than the average, but it is important to note where the average is. Given current supply, it would take 16 months to sell all the luxury homes listed in Manhattan in the second quarter. This is up significantly even from a year ago. During the last weeks of July, luxury properties were averaging 536 days on the market.


Simply put, the price must make sense. Sellers that purchased in 2011-2014 that are selling now feel that property should be priced significantly higher than where the market is today. Buyers are more attuned to price, and if the numbers make sense, they are more inclined to act. They are even more so inclined to act if the property represents a bargain.

More price scrutiny may come into place if the buyer is purchasing as an investment because resale numbers must make sense for them as well. Work with your broker to set a pricing plan – discuss price every X days, and if there is zero to little activity, agree in advance to reduce the price by Y every X days to stay relevant.

It is important to understand the crucial role pricing plays in the current market. No one wants to take a loss on their purchase, but if selling is the most important, sometimes getting a deal done means a significant price drop from the original ask.


Even though Buyers and Sellers have more information and access to information to make informed transactions than they did 10 years ago, listen to your Broker! A Broker has access to even more information, they are your boots on the ground. They know what is going on across the market at various price points because of their proximity to the industry. Listings where Sellers are not listening to the advice of their Brokers are sitting.

New Developments arriving this Fall

The fall is an exciting time as many new listings come to market, including new development. There is still an ample pipe of new development coming across all boroughs from Manhattan to Queens and Brooklyn. Below are a few to keep an eye out for as they hit the market this fall in Manhattan.

  •  100 Franklin- Situated across the street from the Roxy Hotel in TriBeCa, this project will bring 10 full-floor homes from DDG Partners

  • Greenwich West – Located at 110 Charlton Street in West SoHo, Greenwich West will be a collaboration between two Parisian design firms, Loci Anima and Sebastien Segers, and be comprised of 170 condos.

  • 200 Amsterdam- After fighting for approval, 200 Amsterdam will be one of the tallest buildings on the Upper West Side, clocking in at 668 feet. The building will have 112 units with a distinctive crowning top.

  • 1010 Park Avenue- Extell is bring new development to Park Avenue with 1010 Park Avenue design by Beyer Blinder Belle and interiors by David Collins Studio. The apartments are expected to be very luxe with prices starting around $15M.

Interested in Buying or Selling this Fall season? Get in touch!

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Guide: Labor Day in New York City & The Hamptons

Summer 2018 has passed by in the blink of an eye. We hope it was fun, eventful, and rejuvenating, and that you created new memories with family and friends along the way. Say goodbye to summer with a fun Labor Day Weekend. 

Check out top picks of what to do in New York City and The Hamptons for Labor Day. From sporting events to dining and boating, The Victoria Shtainer Team has curated a selection that is sure to keep you busy before you fire up your barbecue for the last time and say farewell to Summer 2018.

Hampton Classic


The Hampton Classic is one of the "it" events on the Hamptons circuit. The show, well into its third decade, is well respected from locals and equestrian-lovers alike. Because of its stature, the Hampton Classic has received the status of "Heritage Competition" by the United States Equestrian Federation, making it only the second horse show ever to receive this designation. The event will be running through September 2nd.

Daily: $10/person with Children Under 6 Free.



 If you aren’t in The Hamptons, there is no need to feel left out when it comes to the beach. NYC actually offers a lot of great beaches that many are unaware. The Rockaways has long been a crowd favorite, however, Jacob Riis Park, once overshadowed by the Rockaways, has become a destination for city goers looking to soak up some sun and sand.

The Riis Park Beach Bazaar has been going on all summer long, and has brought food, drinks, shopping, and entertainment to one of New York's best beaches. Catch the final series of the Get Summered DJ Series on September 3rd with the final installation of “Staycation with Get Summered & Friends” at the Riis Bathhouse Pavilion. The event is free to attend.

In addition to the final music series on Labor Day, there will be events all Labor Day weekend long at Jacob Riis Park Beach. For a full rundown on the events, visit their website here.

U.S. Open


The U.S. Open is one of the most, if not the most, popular sporting events in New York. The event draws a celebrity crowd so do not be surprised if you spot one. Enjoy food trucks and live music on the grounds, as well as shops including Ralph Lauren who offers their special U.S. Open collection. There is a Heineken Café, Emirates Sports Café, Mojito Restaurant & Bar, and more on site for enjoyment.

The tournament will run through September 9h with Ticketmaster being the best bet to snatch up tickets. Prices starting around $60 for grounds admissions with ticket prices increasing depending on the day and stadium you are looking to go to.


For those on the East End, we created the ultimate Dining Guide in The Hamptons this summer. Check out one of hottest spots on our list. One of our favorites is Doppa La Spiaggia


After splitting with Gabby Karan 2 years ago, Chef Maurizio Marfoglia kept the original space of Tutto Il Giorno in Sag Harbor and rebranded it as Doppo La Spiaggia which means “After the Beach.” His restaurant remains a go-to spot and still serves of favorites such as Chicken Under the Brick and homemade pastas including squid ink tagliotini. Menu items include a northern Italian influence such as the seafood stew as Marfoglia hails from Lake Como.


Staying in the city? Check out Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group. Situated atop 28 Liberty Street, Manhatta will offer you good food and jaw dropping skyline views. While the views are not the focus of the restaurant, they will certainly impress. In fact, the staff was trained with the blinds down so the view was not the focus, but rather the food and hospitality are the main focus. The dining room offers a pre-fixe, 3-course menu for dinner for $78, while smaller bites can be ordered at the bar in addition to a burger.



 Finish the summer with a bang with a luxury boat charter in The Hamptons from True East Charters. Departing from Hampton Bays, Southampton, Sag Harbor, or your private dock, True East can accommodate up to 10 guests for half or full day charters exploring Long Island by water. Excursions can take you to/from Westhampton to Montauk, to North Fork, to Block Island, and Essex Connecticut. Enjoy the serenity of the water and take in the beauty of the East End to close out summer.

Why Hudson Yards is NYC's Most Up-and-Coming Neighborhood

Long viewed as the “Far West Side”, the new Hudson Yards development contains a surplus of fine amenities, redefining the culture of the previously barren neighborhood. This 28-acre site is distinguished by its abundant square acerage, dedicated to office and residential space, as well as retail, dining and public recreation options.

Hudson Yards, the largest development of private real estate in U.S. history, is projected to contain over 4,000 residences within four skyscrapers, amounting to 18 million square feet of office and residential space. With 14 acres of public space, over 100 shops and 25 dining options, Hudson Yards will dominate social living in New York City.


With the establishment of the City’s first Neiman Marcus follows a long list of high-end retailers, such as Stewart Weitzman, Tory Burch, Lululemon, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Rolex. Over 100 stores are complemented by the wide variety of dining options, with spots showcasing some of the worlds most renowned chefs.

Recreational conveniences include a theater, public school, park, hotel and dazzling views from the skyscrapers, providing plenty to do within the development alongside the apartment complexes and office space. With an infinite amount of activity, it’s no surprise that Hudson Yards is expected to be the “new heart of New York City”.


The development anticipates millions of visitors per year following its completion, who will experience the liveliness and glamour of the neighborhood, making Hudson Yards a premiere destination in New York City.

Interested in Experiencing Hudson Yards Living?

448 West 37th Street 8A

Interested in experiencing Hudson Yards living? Our latest listing, 448 West 37th Street #8A, combines the luxurious amenities of the new development with classic loft living. Only a short distance from the plethora of shops and restaurants, Apartment 8A provides a sun-filled space, boasting 12-foot windows, in addition to 1840 square foot expansive layout.

Best NYC Rooftops with Instagrammable Views

Across New York City lies a wide variety of rooftop restaurants and bars, offering sweeping views of the remarkable skyline and chic atmospheres to relax. In addition to the glamorous ambiance, these settings offer breathtaking glimpses of the boroughs that are most definitely insta-worthy. These photo-ops will have your followers liking your latest posts in no time.

The Crown


This rooftop bar and lounge, located on the the 21st floor of the swanky 50 Bowery Hotel, offers beaming views of Manhattan and Brooklyn, in a light-filled space. Unique dishes and drinks created by Chef Dale Talde, David Massoni, and John Bush of Three Kings Restaurant Group allow for both an enjoyable and worthwhile experience.

Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar

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Loopy Doopy offers signature, stylish popsicle coctails with a remarkable background. The bar provides impressive sights of attractions such as the New York harbor, Statue of Liberty and even the New Jersey skyline, alongside the Hudson River. This unforgettable bar has a monthly rotation of beverage flavors, allowing constant anticipation for your next return.

Westlight at the William Vale


Located in the saavy neighborhood of Williamsburg, Westlight at The William Vale has breathtaking panoramic views of Manhattan, with phenomenal food and drinks to complement. Especially at sunset, this rooftop offers unparalleled sights of New York City, desirable enough for a new Instagram post.

230 Fifth

230 Fifth offers unobstructed views in the heart of Manhattan, highlighting spots such as the infamous Empire State Building. This lavish hangout offers a glamorous rooftop filled with seasonal intricate cocktails, in addition to an “igloo bar” November-May. The space has both an indoor penthouse along with a rooftop garden, perfect for entertaining, as well as a casual drink.

Mr. Purple


Situated on the 15th floor of Hotel Indigo Lower East Side, Mr. Purple has indoor and outdoor space offering dazzling views of downtown Manhattan. This trendy rooftop contains an outdoor pool surrounded by stunning glimpses of several bridges and world-class architecture.

Salon de Ning at The Peninsula

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Salon de Ning is located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, inside the exclusive Peninsula Hotel. This rooftop lines Fifth Avenue, and has views of Central Park, as well as the bustling city below. Two terraces and an inside bar offer a relaxing setting despite the hectic scenery surrounding the area.

Inside the Latest Penthouse Unveiled at 30 Park Place Designed by Santopietro

30 Park Place, the first private residences by the Four Seasons in New York, has had an overwhelmingly positive reception since its launch. The building is positioned conveniently in the heart of downtown Manhattan, moments from The Oculus, TriBeCa, and SoHo. The building unveiled its latest penthouse to hit the market, 77B, which has been designed by interior designer Alessandra Santopietro of Santopietro Interiors

Penthouse 77B

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Located near the top of the 937 foot tower, Penthouse 77B stuns with views from the moment you enter. Through the entry gallery, into the expansive 30'x16' living room, residents and their guests are greeted with sweeping southern, eastern, and western views. The 3,173 square foot home is comprised of 3 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The home also features 2 outdoor terraces which are perfect for taking in the endless views.

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The penthouse truly feels like a home with an eat-in kitchen, fireplace, and a separate dining room that measures 18' long with eastern and southern views. Imagine hosting a dinner party and treating your guest to the views!

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The Master Suite features dual en-suite master baths as well as terrace access and an expansive walk-in closet. The additional bedrooms all feature en-suite baths as well. 

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30 Park Place is a Silverstein Property designed by Robert A.M. Stern architects and is currently the tallest residential tower in lower Manhattan standing at 937 feet. Because this is the Four Seasons Private Residences, residents of 30 Park Place enjoy a suite of amenities and offerings that offer an unparalleled luxury living experience. Residents can enjoy access to hotel amenities such as the indoor lap pool, in-residence dining from Wolfgang Puck's CUT, and car service.

30 Park Place Facts:
•    Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
•    Collection of homes that are part of the Four Seasons Private Residences Program
•    Private Residential lobby at 30 Park Place
•    Amenities: complete Four Seasons residential concierge, 75 foot pool, 38th floor club including fitness,  private dining, and screening room.

30 Park Place- Penthouse 77B is currently on the market offered at $16,450,000

Waterfront Development Offers Buyers Yacht Access


From Manhattan to Brooklyn, developers are snagging up some of the last waterfront parcels to develop what will be the next wave of trophy properties and coveted buildings. Examples in 70 Vestry Street in Tribeca, The XI in West Chelsea, and One Manhattan Square.

In a luxury market that is saturated with inventory, developers are continuing to entice and innovate when it comes to amenity offerings. The latest waterfront property to grab the attention of buyers seeking amenities is One Seaport in Lower Manhattan. What is better than waterfront living coupled with a yacht? Nothing some would argue!

One Seaport, built by Fortris Group, has partnered with members-only yachting service Barton + Gray Mariners Club. Residents will be able to walk out the lobby and onto a Hinckley Yacht. Currently, residents are entitled to 3 complementary yacht excursions a week. There will be an extra charge for fuel and champagne. This amenity for residents of One Seaport packs value as a membership to Barton + Gray Mariners Club would normally set you back $20,000-$50,000 a year.


One Seaport has been a popular new development in the heart of the revitalized Seaport District, luring buyers with an expansive amenity offering, luxe finishes, and wonderful water views. The residences are completed with luxurious finishes such as gold calcutta marble backsplashes, Gaggenau appliances, and grey limestone in the bathroom. The full suite of building amenities includes a port-cochere, fitness center overlooking the water with Brooklyn Bridge views, and a “Water Club” on the 30th floor with hydrotherapy and a pool.


The building is currently 75% sold, however, we do expect additional inventory to be released for the fall selling season.

This particular amenity offering comes at an interesting time when the city has been expanding the NYC Ferry System on the East River. Commuters are looking for alternatives to the crowded, unreliable subway system. Many wealthy commuters have opted to take Uber to and from work given the convenience and relatively the lost cost compared to a monthly transit pass.

In an effort to get people out of the crowded subway system and onto the water, the city has pledge some $600 million over 5 years towards the NYC Ferry program.

For those looking to take cruising the East River and beyond to a new level, the private yacht offering at One Seaport is certainly the way to go!

Inside the 2018 Hamptons Designer Showhouse

The 2018 Hamptons Designer Showhouse is underway, and we got an exclusive first look inside during the opening night Gala at the Bridgehampton home. Each year, the Showhouse allows designers to exhibit the latest in design trends all while benefiting the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. This year’s home is presented by Traditional Home and was built by Barsalin Building and Design.

The home is located just past Channing Daughters Winery and nearby to Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor Villages. The 8,000 square foot home is finished on 3 levels and comprised of 7 beds and 7.5 baths. The home is situated on 2 acres with a gunite pool and tennis on the exterior. The design features signature Barsalin touches. From the moment you enter, you are greeted with magnificent scale thanks to the double-height foyer that extends fully to the Great Room where a 25’ wall of glass overlooks the backyard and pool. An Open floorplan is at the core of the home’s design with a grand kitchen that flows to a 3-sided glass breakfast room, to a Butler’s Pantry/Bar, as well as an oversized outdoor Dining Porch.

The home features beautiful materials throughout such as gray rift oak cabinetry in the kitchen and the most up-to-date electronic plumbing systems from Kohler in the Master Baths. The Showhouse designers have used this extraordinary canvas to exhibit the latest interior design trends from modern to nautical.

We’ve highlighted some of our favorite spaces throughout the home, but with so must to see and all the inspiration that can be found, we highly recommend a visit to the house!

Dining Room:

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Design by Lisa Friedman Design who specializes in high-end residential interiors. She has transformed the space into a serene setting for any Hamptons Dining party with a neutral palette of greys.

Power Room:

Jackie Young for Baltimore Design Group

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Jackie Young, lead designer and project manager for the last seven years, brings great energy and curiosity to her designs which is evident in the stunning powder room which features bright color and whimsical touches such as the lip art installation.

Butler’s Pantry:

Mark Addison

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Author, designer, and entertaining expert Mark Addison designed the Butler’s Pantry with inspiration from his book Cocktail Chameleon. We think he succeeded! The space is a lively area to get any party started with is bright colors and luxurious details including Baccarat Glassware and luxe libations from Armand de Brignac and Louis XII. Need cocktail inspiration? Check out the art installation for some ideas!

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Designs by Fernando

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The kitchen of this year’s showhouse is really a stunner, and is at the center of the first floor given its flow into many of the living areas of the home. Designs by Fernando prides themselves on the use of custom finishes including stains, cerused textures, white washing, bleaching, and high-gloss finishes to name a few. Their trademark design is evident in this beautiful kitchen with a prominence of white and unique finishes such as carbon fiber faucets.


Mother-in-law Suite:

IBB Design for CR Laine

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The home offers a second, junior master, on the first floor where no attention to detail was spared. Shay Geyer has designed this space to be inviting with Hamptons touches like the color palette of blues and whites. The bath has a deep soaking tub, designer tiles, and a state-of-the-art electronic shower system from Kohler.

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Kohler Master Bathroom

Additional Spaces:

  Great Room by Lisa Mende Design for Wesley Hall

Great Room by Lisa Mende Design for Wesley Hall

  The Reading Lounge by Mart T Miller Interior Design

The Reading Lounge by Mart T Miller Interior Design

  Pool Surround by Kim E Courtney Interiors & Design for Lloyd Flanders

Pool Surround by Kim E Courtney Interiors & Design for Lloyd Flanders


General Information:

Open Daily Monday-Sunday until September 3rd


Admission is $40

2148 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton

Waterline Square Releases First Penthouse to Market

The luxury market remains hot like the summer in New York! The July 4th week marked the 23-straight week of 20+ luxury properties going into contract in Manhattan. In addition to properties going into contract, exciting luxury product continues to come to market, especially in new developments.

We previously wrote about the launch of Waterline Square, the mega project on the Westside between 59th and 61st Streets spearheaded by 3 Starchitects – Kohn Pederson Fox, Richard Meier, and Raphael Vinoly. Waterline Square launched sales last summer and was ranked the fastest selling new development in 2017. Each of the 3 buildings has now topped out, and progress continues to be made onsite.

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The first of the buildings’ penthouses has hit the market at Two Waterline Square designed by Kohn Pederson Fox. Two Waterline will be the tallest of the 3 buildings in the complex. The penthouse, on the 38th floor, is comprised of 4 beds and 5.5 baths with 4,134 interior square feet of space plus an outdoor terrace spanning 1,850 square feet. We ranked our favorite properties with private outdoor space, but this will certainly need to be added to the top of the list! The penthouse also features a fireplace in the living area and dramatic floor-to-ceiling glass throughout.

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The home is asking $17.25M.

We expect that the terrace will offer stunning views and wonderful sunsets given the buildings waterfront location. The terrace also includes a hot tub and outdoor grill and will be accessible from both the master bedroom and the living area.

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The Penthouse comes with access to the Waterline Club which will offer residents an unparalleled amenity experience. Most notably, the Waterline Club will house New York City’s first indoor tennis court attached to a Condo.

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In addition to the Waterline Club, Two Waterline has its own 11,000 square foot amenity floor which offers private dining with a kitchen, a salon, and a river-view lounge with billiards, bar, and a library.

More about Two Waterline Square

With a design accentuated by a series of ascending, set-back terraces atop the building, Two Waterline makes a striking statement at Waterline Square. Designed by John Pedersen Fox, who is known for glass towers that punctuate skyline, this building makes no exception to this rule. The base of the building will be home to a porte-cochere to welcome residents home.

Homes are designed around the floor-to-ceiling windows that allow the homes to take advantage of the building’s waterfront setting. Yabu Pushelberg has selected natural materials to use throughout such as kitchens done in chic and modern white marble with warm wood accents and white lacquer cabinets.

Questions about this project that is redefining the Upper West Side? Contact Us for more information!





Images via Neo & Associates with the Boundary & Waterline Square

How to Spend Hot Summer Nights in the City

Summer in the city is all about getting outside and enjoying the best entertainment and dining under the summer skies. While there are many restaurants across the city that offer outdoor seating from Battery Park to Uptown, many are surprised to know that the city hosts a lot of outdoor entertainment, especially the NYC Parks. We’ve put together a list of summer ways to spend Hot Summer Nights in the city. Get out and enjoy!


Pier 17: Pier 17 is a new venue in the heart of the Seaport District. The venue was part of the continued Seaport revamp spearheaded by the Howard Hughes Corporation. The space has a waterfront bar, and multiple vendors including a Jean Georges food hall that is slated to open. Pier 17 has a full lineup of events throughout the summer including comedy and music. Its waterfront location offers great skyline views, and the rooftop is where most of the shows will take place.

Check out Kings of Leon August 2nd starting at 7pm. Tickets are available online.


The Roof at The Viceroy - Situated atop the Viceroy Hotel, The Roof offers a sophisticated space to escape Midtown to enjoy a cocktail and view. The space faces North, offering views of the classic Central Park South skyline as well as the park itself. The interior of the lounge is reminiscent of an old luxury airliner with a menu offering up craft beers, global wines, and classic and modern cocktails that rotate to utilize the freshest ingredients.

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Met Summer Recital Series- The Met’s popular concert series in New York City parks spanning all five boroughs has returned. The series kicked off June 11th in Central Park with an evening of arias and duets selected from various Operas. The four subsequent recitals will showcase young artists Gabriella Reyes de Ramírez, Gerard Schneider, and Adrian Timpau. Dan Saunders will be at the piano to accompany each performance.

View program details Online


Movie Nights at Bryant Park – Featured films screening in the park on the big screen under the stars. Just bring your blanket and some friends to enjoy a great movie outdoors. The lawn opens at 5pm with screenings beginning at sunset. A new addition this year is the Beer and Wine lounge located on the Upper Terrace offering beverages to be purchased before and during the movie. Movies running through August.


Summerstage - Celebrate summer by getting outdoors! Happening now through July 15th, enjoy fantastic music, comedy, theater, dance, lectures, and films during SummerStage in city parks. Summerstage is New York’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival with everything from Indie to EDM from iconic names to up and coming performers. More than 100 shows are scheduled in 18 neighborhood parks this summer. The (mostly) free concerts are popular, so be sure to arrive early! Tickets can be purchased online.


Press Lounge - Tucked away in Hell Kitchen on Manhattan’s West Side is the Kimpton Ink 48 Hotel which is home to The Press Lounge. The Press Lounge is a fan favorite for rooftop bars in the city, offering up a swanky space and panoramic views of both the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River.

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Coming Later this Summer


Met Opera HD Summer Festival - The summer series at the Met Opera will be returning for its eighth season this year. Spectators can enjoy performances presented from the acclaimed "Live in HD" series outdoor on Lincoln Center Plaza. Showings begin at 8pm, but plan on getting there much earlier if you want to grab a seat for the screening. August 24th – Labor Day.