80 Riverside Boulevard #28C
Lincoln Center | 64th Street
Common Charges: $1,432
Real Estate Taxes: $543
This floor-thru 3BR/3BA features some of the best views the city has to offer, as well as the exclusivity of only 2 residences per floor. The windowed eat-in kitchen offers Subzero, Viking, and Miele appliances with natural stone countertop, marble back splash and white wood cabinetry. The baths offer a range of travertine marble, and crystallized glass finishes with Kohler tubs, Toto water closets, and Waterworks fittings. The master suite features a walk-in closet, a luxurious 5-fixture windowed bath, and a corner north/east exposure. The Rushmore offers the height of elegant living surrounded by parks and water, with resort-like amenities including Luxury Attach Concierge services, a spectacular La Palestra Wellness Center with indoor swimming pool, an exclusive collaboration with Kidville, NY, screening room, garden lounge, entertainment suite, billiards room, and sundeck.
The Rushmore in Manhattan is an Upper West Side condo development that’s located at 80 Riverside Boulevard. Completed in 2008, Gary Barnett of Extell who developed such top-notch New York City condo residences such as The Avery Condominiums, The Lucida and Orion, brings the same vision to these incredible residences. The Rushmore exceeds expectations. Designed by the architectural firm of Costas Kondylis and Partners who also designed the Avery and several of Donald Trump’s projects, these New York luxury apartments fuse refined elegance with contemporary and traditional living. The Rushmore is a two-towered, 41-story, 880,000 square foot building between 62nd and 63rd Streets that offers the best in Manhattan luxury living. With unobstructed views of the Hudson River and Riverside Boulevard, it houses a range of residences; from one-bedrooms to six-plus bedrooms, with pricing from $995K to $12 million. On the ground floor are six duplex apartments with the 425-foot high building’s second through 36th floors containing 22, 18, 10, 6, and 2 apartments, respectively. Floors 37 through 41 have one apartment in each tower. The result is a stunning and meticulously-designed building that borrows its dramatic visual impact from Cesar Pelli’s World Financial Center at Battery Park City.