|For Sale||1 Beds||$1,280,000||ADD|
|For Sale||2 Beds||$1,750,000||ADD|
|For Sale||3 Beds||$3,695,000||ADD|
|For Sale||4 Beds||$5,495,000||ADD|
|For Sale||5 Beds||$9,600,000||ADD|
|For Rent||2 Beds||$5,600/Month||ADD|
|For Rent||3 Beds||$15,495/Month||ADD|
|For Rent||5 Beds||$24,500/Month||ADD|
Many apartments have sweeping views of the Hudson River and New Jersey. Quality new construction with exceptional finishes.
Expensive for an area that can seem disconnected from the city. The immediate neighborhood lacks grocery stores, shopping, and restaurants.
If you're looking for a large apartment in a building surrounded by parks and the ability to feel that you are getting away from the hustle of the city, without leaving it, then the Rushmore is a good option. There may be some better-priced options in the neighborhood.
Residents of The Rushmore were given a choice of kitchen designs upon moving into the building. Each was luxuriously appointed with Sub-Zero, Miele, and Viking appliances. Bathroom fixtures are by Kohler and Waterworks. Many have 10-foot-long foyers, and some have family rooms, in addition to great rooms.
Two slim towers make up the 43 stories of the building. In those towers are 269 residences in sizes ranging from studios to five bedrooms. Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierge, gym, indoor swimming pool, screening room, billiards room, garden lounge, sundeck, and an entertainment suite.
Lincoln Square is a prime neighborhood for cultural activities, as it is close to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Time Warner Center, and Columbus Circle. It also offers recreational activities in nearby Central Park and Riverside Park, which offers 21 acres of playgrounds, gardens, and open space along the Hudson River. Its proximity to the Upper West Side makes it convenient to upscale dining and shopping.