Residents of the affordable portion will now get shared access to a courtyard and a roof deck facing the Hudson River.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he voted for a Riverside Boulevard development that will include a separate door for low-income tenants only with the idea of increasing affordable housing in mind.
Multiple published reports this past week said a planned residential tower on the Upper West Side will include both luxury condos and affordable low-income rental units – but the two groups will be separated with their own entrances to the building.
Melissa Kleiner Cohen, a salesperson for Douglas Elliman, said she’s seeing more families deciding to live in the city.
It’s a nearly $19 million apartment along the Hudson River, and it offers some remarkably incredible views. CBS 2’s Emily Smith takes a tour of a penthouse on Riverside Boulevard in Manhattan.