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Sales get underway at Silverstein’s 30 Park

30 Park rendering
30 Park rendering

Developer Silverstein Properties today announced the official start of sales for 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown, located at the corner of Church Street and Park Place in Tribeca.

The tallest residential tower on the Downtown skyline, 30 Park Place will stand  926 feet high, with 82 stories and 360-degree views of New York City.

“Reflecting the great character and beauty of New York, 30 Park Place introduces a new caliber of luxury living that will redefine the Tribeca landscape,” said Larry Silverstein, Chairman of Silverstein Properties Inc. “The impressive art deco-influenced architecture and inspired interiors by Robert A.M. Stern Architects combined with the exceptional amenities and service of Four Seasons, provide an unmatched experience for residents in Downtown Manhattan.”

Robert A.M. Stern Architects designed the limestone and precast concrete tower from the inside out. Crowned by penthouse terraces, 30 Park Place features 157 homes atop the 189 room Four Seasons Hotel slated to open in 2016.

The  floor plans range from one- to six-bedrooms, including a collection of half-floor, full-floor and duplex penthouse residences with outdoor terraces and double-height loggias.

A  dedicated amenity floor managed by Four Seasons  on the 38th floor includes a fitness center with private yoga studio, vaulted conservatory with a baby grand piano, private screening room with home theater cinema, children’s play room designed by Roto Group, private dining room with separate catering kitchen and two double height loggias. There is also a 75-foot swimming pool, package room with refrigerated storage, bike storage and parking garage.

“30 Park Place is the first and only opportunity for five-star service living Downtown. We have seen a tremendous surge in buyers seeking luxury residences who want to move to neighborhoods like Tribeca, and until now, were unable to find anything comparable to the lifestyle and amenities of Four Seasons,” said Kelly Kennedy Mack, president of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.

KELLY KENNEDY MACK
KELLY KENNEDY MACK

“The legendary Four Seasons experience, paired with the impeccable design of Robert A.M. Stern and the vision of Larry Silverstein are together making 30 Park Place one of New York’s great addresses.”

Residents   who will have a separate entrance and lobby – also enjoy exclusive access to the Four Seasons Director of Residences and residential concierge, as well as a 24-hour doorman, bellman and service staff focused on providing personalized service. Additionally, residents can choose from tailored a la carte services including in-residence dining and catering, housekeeping, grocery and flower provisions, car service, personal, child and pet care.

“There is no better brand than Four Seasons to define luxury residential ownership. From architecture to interior design, service offering and residential amenities, every detail is carefully planned and executed – creating a coveted lifestyle, unlike any other,” said Paul White, Vice President of Residential, Four Seasons Hotels and Resort.

Prices rangefrom $2.6 million to over $60 million. A sales center is located at 7 World Trade Center.

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