The Vandewater, located at 543 West 122nd Street in New York's Morningside Heights, presents a neo-gothic residential experience designed by the renowned firm, Incorporated Architecture & Design. This elegant building, enriched by the vibrant neighborhood, stands at one of Manhattan's highest points, offering residences that are masterpieces of artful luxury. The interior of each unit reflects meticulous craftsmanship, from the rich living areas to the kitchens adorned with beautiful fixtures, ample countertops, generous islands, and timeless oak finishes.
The building's grand lobby sets a refined tone, complemented by attentive concierge services. Wellness amenities at The Vandewater, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, a quiet energy room, treatment room, private sauna, and an impressive 70-foot indoor pool, cater to the pinnacle of luxury living. The building also embraces its picturesque surroundings with easy access to parks, tennis and basketball courts, and recreation centers, lying close to Morningside Park, Riverside Park, and Sakura Park.
Architecturally, The Vandewater is a blend of neo-gothic and neo-classical styles, a modern homage to old-world elegance, offering breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Columbia University, and Riverside Church. The building's design and branding, developed in collaboration with INC Architecture and Design and The Seventh Art, respectively, aim to merge grandeur with grace, redefining contemporary luxury and tapping into the cultural richness associated with Columbia University and the neighborhood's prestigious institutions.