Introducing Riverside South in Lincoln Square

Riverside South in Lincoln Square

Nestled in the heart of Manhattan in New York City is Riverside South. This upmarket urban development is focused on the Lincoln Square neighborhood in Manhattan’s upper West Side. 6 civic associations, in partnership with real estate mogul Donald Trump, pooled their resources to make this ambitious project a reality. The complex is residential in nature and it is situated on the erstwhile New York Central Railroad and it now includes the Riverside Center and Trump Place.

Essential Information Riverside South in Lincoln Square

• The Riverside South project is otherwise known as the River Center or Trump Place
• Construction has been taking place since 1997 and it is largely residential in nature
• Architects include Marilyn Taylor & David Childs, Daniel Gutman and Paul Willen
• Developers include Extell Development Company, Hudson Waterfront Associates, and The Trump Organization
• The owners are Extell Development and The Carlyle Group
• The total cost of the project is $3 billion and there are 19 buildings in Riverside South, housing some 8,000 occupants (as at 2012)


In 2011, the award category for Park, Walkway, Recreational went to Riverside Park South Waterfront in New York City.

Interesting Facts

• Baseball legend A-Rod – Alex Rodriguez – purchased a 39th floor condominium in Riverside for a price of $5.5 million in 2011 March. He promptly sold it several months later for $8 million.


Riverside South in Lincoln Square