River Terrace 15R, New York, 10282 | Property for sale | Savills
200.30 sq m(2,156 sq ft)
Guide price $5,995,000(€5,588,179)

River Terrace 15RNew York, 10282


    Key features

    • 3 bedrooms
    • Spectacular views
    • Beautifully designed
    • Bright
    • High ceilings

    Sweeping Hudson River and Iconic Manhattan views.

    About this property

    • Located at 2 River Terrace, this high floor, loft-like 3 BR / 3 BA designer condo encompasses sweeping Hudson River and iconic Manhattan views of One World Trade, Statue of Liberty, and The Empire State Building, to name a few. Start your day basking in the morning light of the kitchen overlooking TriBeCa, and unwind in the Great Room, as the sun sets on the skyline of New Jersey.

      The home is meticulously designed and constructed by Matthew Kelly of MKDREAMDESIGN, featuring thematic materials: wood, stone, and glass with addition of Corian, silk, and suede in strategic places. No stone is left unturned, predominant details include handcrafted columns by artist Janusz Gilewicz, window ledges replaced with floating limestone ledges, and minimalist floor moldings appointed throughout.

      The generously proportioned footprint boasts a welcoming Great Room (28'4" 24') with corner alcove (facing southwest), the perfect place to entertain friends and relax with loved ones. This area is particularly bright and airy due to the soaring 10' ceilings, the highest offered in the complex.

      The modern, open plan chef's kitchen is cloaked in day-long natural light, and features teak covered Italian cabinetry by SCHIFFINI, Corian counter tops and energy star appliances: Subzero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Thermador gas cooktop and electric oven.

      The Master bedroom overlooking the Hudson River, is tucked away creating a private wing, with an ensuite bathroom that has been reimagined featuring heated stone floors and shower walls, steam machine, an oversized shower railhead with three water experiences, built-in stereo with phone connectivity, relaxation lights, complemented by a beautiful raised wood beam ceiling. Get lost in the walk-in wardrobe equipped with walnut shelves, hanging sections and shoe display, floor to ceiling mirror, and limestone heated flooring.

      The second bedroom also overlooks the Hudson River, with a completely redone ensuite bathroom featuring limestone tiles, new custom sink and counter, sink to ceiling mirror cabinets, multicolored light relaxation system, custom bathtub/shower glass doors, and the thoughtful touch of a raised ceiling. The versatile third bedroom faces east overlooking TriBeCa and One World Trade, and offers the possibility of an office or a guest bedroom.

      The home features several unique art pieces, a sculpture (glass and stone) custom made by Matthew Kelly that covers one of the dining room's walls, and a canvas artwork (13'6" x 7'0") custom made for the master bedroom. Other design elements of note; all the doors have been replaced with floor-to-ceiling walnut doors with floating frame, all closets are custom equipped with walnut shelves and/or drawers and extended where possible, and custom shades and recessed lighting with Lutron dimmers. Enjoy the convenience of an in-unit washer/dryer, and a myriad of thoughtful custom storage options are punctuated throughout the home.

      Riverhouse, One Rockefeller Park is situated on the most desirable waterfront property in Battery Park City, a block west of Tribeca. Riverhouse has amenities and interiors designed by David Rockwell (Nobu, W Hotels & Kodak Theater in Los Angeles), exterior architecture by Polshek Partnership Architects (Rose Center at the Museum of Natural History), and layouts by Ismael Leyva Architects (Time Warner Center). The boutique condominium, home to many A-list residents since 2008, is the only LEED Gold certified green community in North Battery Park/TriBeCa West, and residents enjoy twice filtered air, filtered water, non-toxic materials and lower energy costs. Located in the Riverside wing of the building, a private entrance delivers residents to the stunning Hudson River Parks with an abundance of family activities, amenities and an unparalleled bike/run/walk path. This picturesque journey from Battery Park City to beyond 178th Street, to the exquisite Inwood Hill Park, offers a plethora of NYC activities along its route, from Hudson River kayaking, tennis, adventure playgrounds, mini golf, volleyball, trapeze bars, dog runs, restaurants, Chelsea Piers, museums, and much, much, more.

      2 River Terrace is a full-service building equipped with a 24-hour doorman and concierge. Amenities include: on-site parking, fitness center with yoga studio, 50' lap pool, children's playroom, billiards room, media cafe, and second floor landscaped garden overlooking the latest extension of Teardrop Park. Poets House, a 45,000-volume poetry library, the new branch of the New York Public Library, and the beloved Blue Stone Lane Cafe complete the retail spaces. Steps away are Rockefeller Park, Teardrop Park, the Hudson River Esplanade, and the culture, art, retail and cuisine on offer at the world-class Brookfield Place. Conveniently located a stone's throw from the ferries servicing New Jersey, Brooklyn, and other parts of Manhattan, and a short walk from major subways (A,C,E,2,3) and PATH train at the World Trade Center, immersed in a leafy and vibrant community, this is Battery Park Living at its finest!

    Local information

    • Sitting between West Street and the Hudson River at the southern tip of Manhattan, Battery Park City was created as a model residential community only a short distance from the Financial District. Construction began in 1980, and any residents in the area today would agree it was a success. Residential buildings are separated by landscaped squares and paths, while a riverside promenade runs along the neighborhood's western edge. Battery Park City has a decidedly different pace and vibe from other parts of Manhattan, something made even more appealing by the sunset views over and cool breezes off of the Hudson. There is an almost festive air to the neighborhood on sunny summer weekends, as it feels like the entire city is rejoicing in a stroll along the promenade. And thanks to continuing retail and restaurant developments nearby, Battery Park City's popularity only continues to grow.