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Larry Silverstein’s 30 Park Place Reaches Halfway Point

30 Park Place

Larry Silverstein’s new skyscraper currently under construction at 30 Park Place in Manhattan has already reached the halfway point in height.

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Its first 20 stories are already covered in an imitation limestone concrete façade. A visitor to the area cannot help but notice the huge red canvasses that drape the already completed floors above the twentieth story.

It was designed by the architect Robert M. Stern who is known for his love of limestone.

Located in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, Silverstein Properties began construction on the project in December 2013. It is to be a Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences. When complete, its 926 foot height will make it the tallest residential building in lower Manhattan. The tower will have a total of 710, 000 square feet of space.

The first 27 of its 82 stories are reserved for the 189 rooms of the new Four Season Hotel. 15% of the guest rooms will be suites, including the 3, 500 square foot Royal Suite. The remaining floors will hold 157 luxury condominiums, the largest of which will have as much as 6, 000 square feet of space.

The residences feature high ceilings, multiple exposures, and “warm details that add to the character of these beautifully designed homes.” Residents will be able to enjoy amenities such as a sunlit 75 foot pool with adjacent steam rooms and luxurious Four Seasons spa.

The apartments first went on sale in June with prices ranging from $2.6 million to $60 million. 10 are listed as still available ranging from one to five bedroom units and in price from $2.985 million to $27.5 million. The larger one also has six and a half bathrooms and 434 square feet of exterior space.

The building’s website boasts that The Four Seasons Hotels, ”year after year earns the deep respect, appreciation, and loyalty of the most discerning guests. Its expectation-exceeding service comes to life in the residences of 30 Park Place.”

The building should be completed sometime in 2016.



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