Carlyle, Extell bringing 36-story tower to Lincoln Square

10 Riverside Boulevard will have 288 apartments

TRD New York /
Apr.April 01, 2015 01:18 PM

Carlyle Group and Gary Barnett’s Extell Development are planning to build a 36-story residential tower at 10 Lincoln Square, according to permits filed with the city today.

The building will hold 288 apartments, spanning 413,000 square feet of residential space, and have 1,400 square feet of commercial space located in the basement.

The developers purchased the vacant lot, at the corner of West 59th Street and 12th Avenue,  in 2005 for $50.3 million.

Jason Hart, a principal of the Carlyle Group, declined to comment, and representatives from Extell were not immediately available to comment.

Amenities in the tower will  include an indoor soccer pitch, a squash court and a golf simulator on the sub-cellar level. A game, film, party and study room will be on the second floor, as well as a private dining area.

Twelve apartments will be on each of the third through 13th floors, and the 14th floor will hold more amenity space.

Between six and nine apartments will be on each of the 15th through 34th floors. Another two apartments will be on the 35th floor, and a single residence will take up the entire 36th floor.

Goldstein Hill & West is the architect of record.

 


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