The property features 157 residences across 82 stories. It will have ultra-plush amenities, including a gym, yoga studio, movie theater, conservatory, 75-foot sunlit pool, children’s play room, a private dining room with a catering kitchen, and access to all of the hotel’s restaurants. Residents will have access to the luxury hotel management company’s spa, which includes a steam room and sauna, as well as its business center.
In addition to having access to a new caliber of residential living, tenants will have the privilege of an exclusive Four Seasons residential concierge who will take care of their every need. Concierge will handle things such as pre-arranged transportation for a day of shopping or out of town trips.
Other services to expect are:
- Access to dry cleaning, laundry, pressing, fully vetted trainers, pet care providers, and baby sitters.
- A fully stocked refrigerator and flowers on the mantel.
- Meals from the finest restaurants delivered straight to the comfort of one’s home.
- Full range of services required to keep a home sparkling and pristine.
The 926-foot structure will become the highest building in the Tribeca area. It is also the he very first downtown location for the Four Seasons.
Located at 30 Park Place, at the corner of Church Street and Park Place, the residence is slated to be completed sometime next year. Prices for the available one- to five-bedroom apartments range from $3.4 million to $29.5 million for the penthouse at 78B.
The building’s developer, Larry Silverstein said, “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.” He continued, “The impressive art deco-influenced architecture and inspired interiors by Robert A.M. Stern Architects combined with the exceptional amenities and service of Four Season, provide an unmatched experience for residents in Downtown Manhattan.”
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