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Silverstein’s 30 Park Place tops out

4J9Z9844-XLSilverstein Properties’ 30 Park Place officially topped out last week.

The tower is now the tallest residential building on New York’s iconic Downtown skyline, with 157 residences starting on the 40th floor featuring views of 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, which is slated to open in 2016.

Located at the corner of Church Street and Park Place in Tribeca, 30 Park Place, Robert A.M. Stern Architects designed the exterior and interiors, with SLCE serving as the Architect of Record. The residences feature oversized bay windows, ceilings as high as 13’10”, and feature solid white oak floors, white oak framed Bilotta kitchen cabinetry and marble baths with custom-designed vanities. 11 unique half and full floor penthouses crown the top of the building, each including fireplaces and outdoor space.

Financing for the $1 billion hotel and residency development was provided by a leading UK-based hedge fund; and Cumming, an international program and cost management firm, is providing ongoing project monitoring services on behalf of the lender.  [slideshow id=411]

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