Updated a month ago
Riverwalk Place
Roosevelt Island, Manhattan | East 59th Street & East 60th Street
4 Rooms2 Beds2 Baths978 Square FeetCondo

Common Charges$937
Price Per SF

Listing Features

  • Entry Foyer
  • High Ceilings
  • Walk-in Closet
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Oversized Windows
  • Dishwasher
  • Horseshoe Kitchen
  • Open Kitchen
  • S Steel Appliances
  • En Suite Bathroom
  • Marble Bathroom

Outdoor space and views

  • North Exposure
  • West Exposure

Building Amenities

  • Full-Time Doorman
  • Bike Storage
  • Courtyard
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facility
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Laundry Room
  • Playroom
  • Resident Lounge
  • Roof Deck
  • Storage


Property Description

Introducing 455 Main Street, #1C. This perfect move-in ready 2-bed/2-bath luxury condominium is over 900 square feet, featuring: incredible high ceilings, oversized windows, north/north-western exposures, hardwood floors, double deep closets, and low monthly costs.

Enjoy all the conveniences of city living, with a suburban setting, minutes from the city. Please reach out to listing agent to tour this unit by appointment virtually or in-person.

Immediately as you enter #1C you are struck by the high ceilings and ample light in every room from the oversized windows where you can look out onto the garden courtyard overlooking the Manhattan skyline and East River in the distance. First you pass the large kitchen with stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinet and counter space to comfortably enjoying cooking and entertaining.

As you make your way towards the bedrooms, you pass the first full bathroom and in-unit washer and dryer on your right. The second full-sized bedroom on your left can function as a bedroom or home office. Down the hall the master bedroom can accommodate a king-sized bed and includes a full-sized ensuite bathroom and two closets - including a huge walk-in closet.

Originally designed by the award-winning architectural firm Costas Kondylis and Partners and built by the luxury real estate developer Related Companies, 455 Main Street "Riverwalk Place" is a full-service luxury condominium building, featuring a:
24 hour doorman.
Contemporary, warm and polished lobby with a fireplace.
Designer health and fitness center and weight-training facility.
Children's playroom.
Roof top lounge and adjoining landscaped sun terrace with views of the NYC skyline.

Roosevelt Islanders love the speak-easy reputation of Roosevelt Island and its oasis of calm and community living minutes away from the city. The island experience includes the benefits of a serene waterfront lifestyle offering views in every direction, while still being a part of the city. It is the conveniences of ample outdoor space and neighborhood lifestyle that people are looking for.

Roosevelt Island is commutable by the:
MTA Roosevelt Island Tram.
F train.
Astoria Line Ferry.
M86 bus line.
land bridge from Astoria.
and CitiBike.
Also, perhaps more important now than ever, people are able to self-park in the parking garage on the island and have a reserved spot.

The vibrant community also includes the newly developed Cornell University Tech campus with landscaped park space, cafes, and a hotel, dining at Anything At All and rooftop bar/club at The Panorama Room. Further, residents have access to the New York City public library, schools, post office, the new Foodtown grocery store, two well-stocked bodegas, weekly Farmers Market, Duane Read, Starbucks and a number of local restaurants featuring at least 5 cuisines - including Granny Annie's, Fuji East, Piccolo Trattoria Ristorante Pizzeria, Nisi and more.

In the age of COVID, Roosevelt Island is an attractive alternative to city living because of the abundance of community amenities and outdoor space, such as: parks, green space, gardens and community gardens, running and biking paths, swimming pools, baseball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, and playgrounds to name a few. Roosevelt Island is committed to green living, and in addition to weekly composting drop-off, one is able to even forage some plants and herbs on the island, and there is a membership run community garden. Other parks include: Southpoint Park and Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms State Park in the south and Lighthouse Park at the north end of the island. Some parks and green spaces include access to complimentary BBQ grills.

Enjoy all the conveniences of city living, with a suburban setting, minutes from the city. To schedule a viewing please contact the listing agent directly to tour this unit by appointment: virtually or physically.

Listing History

Initial Price by Kaja Meade

Building Details

Building TypeMid-Rise
Service LevelFull-Time Doorman
Year Built2004
Financing Allowed90%
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Transit and Citi Bike


Roosevelt Island
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Roosevelt Island
0.16 miles

Building Availability

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Two Beds in Roosevelt Island


Roosevelt Island | Manhattan

Quick Profile

Roosevelt Island is somewhat of an enigma to most New Yorkers. Ask just about anybody and the response you will get is somewhat quizzical. They generally know the location, unless of course, they confuse it with one of the other islands that dot the East River, and that one arrives at the island via the bright red tram that strings across the river from an elevated platform at 59th Street and Second Avenue. But to those who live on this small island enclave, home is bliss and they would prefer to keep their secret to themselves.

Roosevelt Island is only two blocks wide but extends almost two miles long (from 46th Street to 85th Street on the East Side). There is a waterfront promenade, shared by walkers and bikers alike, that encircles the entire island. There are very few cars, no need for the locals to drive, except maybe to the Gristedes mega-supermarket on the north end of the island. There is a red bus, free to all, that continuously loops from one end of the island to the other.  

Aside from the glorious promenade, the island has an inordinate number of parks, ball fields, t playgrounds, and open areas to just sit and relax. There is even a large community garden offering individual plots to amateur horticulturists. Tranquility is always just a moment away. And of course, you just can’t stop watching the barges that effortlessly pass by the island throughout the day.

There is a deep sense of community among the 12,000 or more residents of the island. The residential component, excluding the Cornell Tech component, consists of four areas, each on the north side of the Queensboro Bridge. Upon exiting the tram, one spills out onto Main Street (almost like arriving at Disney World) and is presented with nine buildings that align both sides of the street. These modern structures, the first of which opened in 2003, are architecturally pleasing and surrounded by green space and beautiful landscaping. The older housing structures, further south, are far more utilitarian.

Access to the island has never been better. Yes, for those who don’t know, you can even drive here if you must via the Roosevelt Island Bridge from 36th Avenue in Queens. The island is also accessible by subway, bus and ferry service.

If there is one drawback, it is the limited selection of stores and restaurants. While the island provides residents with the essentials, the lack of a truly sustainable retail presence has been a downer.   

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OLR ID: 1975677