Delivering an elevated living experience at an accessible price, Riverwalk Park from Related and Hudson offers elegant and modern homes in a dynamic neighborhood. Each apartment features efficiently designed interiors, well-crafted finishes, and views of the East River. In addition, all residents have access to exclusive amenities, including an attended lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, a riverfront terrace and a children’s playroom.
Enjoy prime access to riverfront esplanades, park spaces, shopping, and dining unique to Roosevelt Island, just steps from your front door and all just minutes from Manhattan. Points of interest include:
- Prestige Garment Care and House Cleaning
- Fuji East Japanese Bistro
- Granny Annie’s Bar and Kitchen (Coming Soon)
- Duane Reade
- Nisi Kitchen
- Liukoushui Hot Pot Noodle
- Music and Play Station
- Island Om (Coming Soon)
- Gallery RIVAA
- And more...
- Wholesome Factory Market
- Island Wine
- Bread And Butter Market
- Roosevelt Island Cleaners
- The New York Public Library
- Weill Cornell Medical Center
- Pup Culture
- NYC Ferry
- NYC Subway F Train Station
- Roosevelt Island Tram
- Roosevelt Island Racquet Club
- Four Freedoms Park
- The Lighthouse Park
- Attended lobby
- On-site Resident Manager
- Fitness center
- Riverfront terrace
- Yoga studio
- Children’s playroom
- Party lounge
- Laundry room
- Game room
- Teen lounge
- Bike storage
|STUDIO||1 BEDROOM||2 BEDROOM||3 BEDROOM|
|$506 - $1,961*||$648 - $2,468*||
$791 - $2,974*
$909 - $3,432*
*Rents and corresponding household income ranges based on 40%, 50%, 80%, 130%, 165% AMI.
What constitutes income?
Income is from all sources from anyone over the age of 18 in your household. This includes wages, bonuses, tips, unemployment compensation, alimony, child support, pension benefits, Social Security benefits, recurring gifts and public assistance.
Is net or gross income used to determine your income eligibility?
Income will be calculated using gross annual income. (Gross income is the income you receive before any taxes or deductions.) For self-employed applicants, net income is analyzed, which includes net business income from current and prior years. If you reach the consultation stage, be prepared to submit a statement that details projected income and expenses through the end of the current calendar year.
What information will I need to present?
Be prepared to present copies of recent years’ federal tax returns, recent paystubs, and copies of financial statements. Start to keep these now so you will have them easily available if you are invited for a consultation. For more information on documentation requirements, please see the “After You Apply” section on HPD’s website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hpd/renters/after-you-apply.page
Where will consultations take place?
Consultation locations will be communicated to applicants in Q2 2020. We will have updates on the website and will also inform applicants directly.
What are the preferences for this buildings?
The preferences and order in which applications will be reviewed are as follows: 7% of apartments for mobility, hearing and/or visually impaired, 50% of apartments for residents of Manhattan Community Board 8, 5% of apartments for municipal employees, followed by the remaining non-preference applicants.
Are utilities included in the rent?
Heat and hot water will be included
What are the services and amenities? Is there a fee to use them?
All residents will enjoy the benefit of an attended lobby and on-site Resident Manager. Other amenities, which do have a cost, include a fitness center, yoga studio, children’s playroom, bike storage, party lounge, game room, and library.
Do you allow pets?
We welcome pets, our policy limits households to two pets; breed restrictions for dogs will apply. Pet owners will need to complete a Pet Rider addendum to their lease.