What do you get when you combine the world-class service of the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts with the kind of breathtaking vistas that put you right in the heart of Downtown New York, all wrapped up in a skyline-defining tower designed by acclaimed New York architect Robert A.M. Stern? 30 Park Place. Rising 82 stories on the edge of Tribeca and the newly reinvigorated Financial District, this luxury condominium development is Downtown’s tallest residential tower, offering unparalleled panoramas of the Manhattan skyline, including Woolworth Tower and One World Trade Center. Add in around-the-clock access to everything the Four Seasons brand has to offer, plus 40,000 square feet of amenities, and you have a landmark in the making.
Developed By Silverstein Properties
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At 926 feet, 30 Park Place stands out in Downtown New York. But what is perhaps more extraordinary than its soaring stature is the slender tower’s ability to fit in. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern, the 82-story building has a classic silhouette, with a series of setbacks creating a tapering effect (and providing opportunities for loggias) at the top. The facade, made of precast concrete and limestone, evokes the 1920s and 1930s, creating an exterior that’s striking without calling too much attention. This is refined elegance at its best, from the quiet but intricate entrance to the double-height amenity spaces with bay windows.
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Known for cobblestone streets and waterfront views, Tribeca was once part of a parcel of land given by Queen Anne of England to Trinity Church. Today, the neighborhood, named for its location in the “Triangle Below Canal Street,” is quiet and inviting, with a restaurant scene that includes local institutions like The Odeon and Bubby’s, and ample outdoor space in the Hudson River Park and Washington Market Park. Off the beaten path, the petite Mmuseumm displays objects that tell the story of life today. Every summer, the Tribeca Film Festival draws filmmakers, actors, and artists to the neighborhood.
The tower is a story of two halves, with the Four Seasons Hotel occupying the lower floors and the 157 residences starting on the 40th floor. The vibe throughout, including shared amenity spaces, is one of subdued sophistication. Apartments recall prewar grandeur with lofty ceilings, expansive windows, and high-end finishes throughout (e.g., solid oak herringbone floors, Gaggenau appliances, and marble bathrooms with custom vanities designed by Robert A.M. Stern). All condominiums have stellar views of the city or the Downtown waterfront, but especially impressive are the half- and full-floor penthouses with private loggias.
Imagine living at a Four Seasons hotel, and you’ll have a good idea of the service and amenities available to residents at 30 Park Place. In addition to in-residence dining, a 24-7 concierge, housekeeping, town car services, and grocery and floral delivery, there’s a world-class salon and spa with a 75-foot pool. There’s also a dedicated residents-only floor where the fitness center, playroom, and conservatory all have stunning views from double-height windows and terraces.
- 24hr Doorman
- Fitness Center
- Hair and Nail Salon
- Private Dining
- Swimming Pool
Beautifully designed by New York architect Robert A.M. Stern, this full-floor penthouse is a gracious 4,500 square feet, with 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The home sits at the top of Downtown Manhattan’s tallest residential tower, offering unparalleled panoramas of the Manhattan skyline, including Woolworth Tower and One World Trade Center.
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