The Rockwell

March 15, 2023

Meticulously merging classic with current, Hill West designed The Rockwell, a 13-story residential building, as a study in contrasts. The building is uniquely at home on the Upper West Side, where greenspace abuts urban space, stately and sleek live side by side, and the atmosphere is intimate yet brimming with energy. Named for the iconic American artist, born on the very same block, The Rockwell offers a coveted collection of original condominium residences that create a portrait of timeless style against an idyllic urban backdrop.

Located at 2688 Broadway on the southeast corner of West 103rd Street, The Rockwell is situated between Central Park and Riverside Park on the Upper West Side. The building is comprised of 81 one- to three-bedroom condominium residences.

Designed by Whitehall, the interior design of the residences will feature high-end luxury finishes. Residents will enjoy a best-in-class amenity package, which includes a 24-hour attended lobby, lounge with landscaped terrace, private dining room, fitness center, children’s playroom, screening room, music room, pet spa, and rooftop terrace with grills.


Waterline Square

December 16, 2016

Waterline Square comprises of 3 buildings on the Hudson River waterfront of Manhattan’s Upper West side between West 59th Street and West 61St Street. The buildings are connected by a Matthew-Nielson designed park complete with a water feature and will include over 100,000 square feet of leisure, lifestyle, and sport amenities.

Hill West collaborated with Richard Meier & Partners on One Waterline Square, Kohn Petersen Fox Associates on Two Waterline Square, and Raphael Vinoly Architects on Three Waterline Square.

The original ULURP for Riverside Center, approved by the City Council in 2010 included 5 buildings, and was designed through a collaboration of Hill West with French Architect, Christian de Portzamparc. Waterline Square picks up where the ULURP left off and is connected to the other 2 buildings that were originally part of this ULURP by a footpath.

One Riverside Park

November 27, 2016

One Riverside Park at 50 Riverside Boulevard is a 33-story, 274-unit, residential condominium that is part of the exciting developments on Riverside South that include both Riverside Center and Waterline Square.

The building’s design turns to a lighter, glassier aesthetic than that of the developments to the north. The design was achieved by an innovative use of the SOTA wall system, which is a hybrid of curtain wall and window wall. Both stone and glass panels are part of the architectural precast system used in the composition to create the facade. The storefront is framed in 4 textures of stone and the building is glassier as it rises to capture the Hudson River, Riverside Park South, and Manhattan views.

The residential entry is dramatically elegant with a series of canopies on double-height window openings. The building is segmented to include many different levels of high-end residences that include full floor apartments and extensive amenities: a screening room, game room, lounge, and 24-hour fitness center. Some units feature private swimming pools.

One Riverside Park distinguishes itself and while still becoming an integral part of the Westside’s ongoing transformation into a premiere destination. To the south, Riverside Center and Waterline Square feature 3.2 acres of open space and a K-8 public school with over 100,000 square feet of retail shops and services.

One West End

November 27, 2016

One of the first buildings to be completed as a part of the Riverside Center Master Plan, Hill West collaborated with Pelli Clarke Pelli on the 42- story One West End Avenue.

This condominium tower has 246 units and 12,000 square feet of landscaped outdoor space.

Riverside Center

November 27, 2016

The City Council approved the Riverside Center ULURP in 2010. Hill West collaborated with French Architect, Christian de Portzamparc, to develop 5 new multi-use buildings overlooking the waterfront in New York’s Upper West side between West 59th and West 61st Street.

This project has evolved to include 3.2 acres of open space, a K-8 public school, and now has 100,000 square feet of retail shops and services.

Hill West has collaborated with world-renowned architects on 4 of the 5 buildings including the three buildings at Waterline Square and One West End in collaboration with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects.

The Aldyn

November 27, 2016

The Aldyn at 60 Riverside Boulevard is a 39-story condominium tower with 286 units overlooking the Hudson River on Manhattan’s Upper West side.

Hill West crafted residences worthy of the spectacular unobstructed river views.

Amenities include La Palestra Athletic Club and Spa that includes a 75-foot indoor pool, hot tub, rock-climbing wall, basketball and squash courts, and a bowling alley.

The Heritage

December 14, 2016

220 Riverside Boulevard

December 14, 2016

250 West 81st Street

December 14, 2016

221 West 77th Street

December 14, 2016

The Apthorp

December 14, 2016

Columbus Square: 795 Columbus Avenue

December 14, 2016

180 Riverside Boulevard

December 14, 2016

160 Riverside Boulevard

December 14, 2016

Columbus Square: 805 Columbus Avenue

December 14, 2016

Columbus Square: 775 Columbus Avenue

December 14, 2016

The Ashley

December 14, 2016

The Rushmore

December 13, 2016

Columbus Square: 808 Columbus Avenue

December 13, 2016

The Melar

December 8, 2016

555 West End Avenue

November 27, 2016

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