If there’s one area of the world where it seems real estate is always on the rise, it’s New York, New York. Having a view of the Manhattan skyline will always carry a premium but at certain prices there are obviously some special perks that are a little fancier than others. That’s probably why the Four Seasons Private Residences is selling this 10,000 sq ft Park Avenue behemoth for $65 million.
TriBeCa’s new 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown is not only the designed by the legendary “Mr. Downtown” developer Larry Silverstein and acclaimed architect Robert A.M. Stern but it marks the first ever downtown location of the Four Seasons private residences in New York City.
As wealthy New Yorkers are fleeing the fancy highrises of 57th street and midtown, this new downtown Park Avenue location is perfectly situated in the newest hot area for fancy real estate.
The building has a private entry on Park Place as well as amenities one could come to expect with this lofty price tag. What kind of amenities exactly? For starters: marble mosaic floors, gas-burning St Tropez French limestone fireplaces and “Chinchilla Mink” marble countertops. There’s also the sheer height of the building. At 82 stories, it’s the tallest residential building downtown. If one has the funds, 30 Park Place should be a serious consideration.
Owners will enjoy more than 40,000 square feet of amenities, including a fitness center, yoga studio, pool, screening room, children’s play room designed by Roto Group, dining room with separate catering kitchen, access to the hotel restaurants, and two gracious double height loggias, Four Seasons spa including steam rooms, treatment rooms, a business center, additional storage units and a parking garage.
The best of the best in this building are the Penthouse units. The $65 million dwelling totals 10,480 square feet of interior space and 861 square feet of outdoor space with 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 2 powder rooms.
Photos by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Silverstien Properties.