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Silverstein tops out downtown’s tallest apartment building

Larry Silverstein, chairman of Silverstein Properties, celebrated the topping out of 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown at 926 ft. and 82 stories.

The tower is now the tallest residential building on New York’s Downtown skyline, offering 157 luxury apartments starting on the 40th floor overlooking the Hudson and East Rivers, New York Harbor, Empire State Building and all of Midtown.

The residences are perched above the 189-room Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown slated to open in 2016.

Larry Silverstein sounds a horn to mark the development milestone
Larry Silverstein sounds a horn to mark the development milestone

“This historic milestone comes just as Downtown is completing its incredible transformation into the world’s most vibrant, integrated, mixed-use destination on a scale not seen in New York City since Rockefeller Center opened in 1939,” said Silverstein.

“Next year, when it opens, this will be the top hotel and condominium building in Tribeca.”
Located at the corner of Church Street and Park Place, 30 Park Place brings the first Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences to the neighborhood.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects designed the exterior and interiors and SLCE served as the Architect of Record.

Financing for the $1 billion hotel and residency development was provided by a leading hedge fund; and Cumming, an international program and cost management firm, is providing ongoing project monitoring services on behalf of the lender.

“All of us at Silverstein Properties are proud to play a role in creating what will soon be one of the most impactful and iconic buildings in New York,” said Marty Burger, chief executive officer of Silverstein Properties.

Kelly Kennedy Mack, President of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, the property’s exclusive marketing and sales agent, beamed, “We’ve created something unmatched by any other project – 30 Park Place is the new definition of luxury.”

The residences will have nearly 40,000 s/f of amenities, as well as a full suite of hotel services, all managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

The 38th floor is devoted to dedicated private residential amenities including a fitness center with yoga studio, vaulted conservatory with a baby grand piano, screening room, children’s play room designed by Roto Group, dining room with separate catering kitchen and access to the hotel restaurants, and two double height loggias.

The tower is already over half sold
The tower is already over half sold

Additional amenities include a sunlit 75-foot swimming pool, the Four Seasons spa including steam rooms, treatment rooms, and salon, ballroom facilities, meeting rooms, a business center, additional storage units and a parking garage.

Additionally, residents enjoy exclusive access to the Four Seasons Director of Residences and dedicated residential concierge, as well as a 24-hour doorman, bellman and service staff focused on providing the bespoke services for which the brand is known.

Tailored à la carte services are available to residents including in-residence dining and catering, housekeeping, grocery and flower provisions, car service and personal, child and pet care.

Construction is being overseen by Tishman Construction. The superstructure for the building contains 45,000 cubic yards of concrete, 5,800 tons of reinforced steel and over 2,000 windows.

30 Park Place is over 50 percent sold. Remaining residences range from 1,108 to 6,127 square feet and include a collection of half-floor, full-floor and duplex penthouse residences with varied outdoor spaces. Prices range from $3.1 million to over $60 million for the combined duplex penthouse.

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