This 82-story, mixed-use tower at 30 Park Place just to the west of the Woolworth Building at 233 Broadway combines a 175-room Four Seasons Hotel on the lower 22 floors and 157 luxury condominiums on the upper floors numbered 39 through 82.
Silverstein Properties, the developer of nearby towers at the World Trade Center, and the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS) are the developers.
Robert A. M. Stern is architect.
The project is scheduled for completion in the middle of 2016.
A handsome, mixed-use tower whose form and detailing hark back to such downtown landmarks as One Wall Street and 20 Exchange Place and whose next door neighbor is the incomparable Woolworth Building.
A very slender, limestone-clad mixed-use tower on the western side of the Woolworth Building block.
At 926-feet-high, it is considerably taller than the 762-foot-high Woolworth Building.
The hotel portion of the building has a slightly curved entrance marquee on Park Place beneath three outrigger flagpoles.
The top of the tower has five setbacks.
The hotel entrance on Barclay Street leads visitors into four floors of lobbies, lounges, restaurants, ballrooms, meeting facilities, and a spa and fitness center. The public rooms of the hotel face a through-block garden framed by a lower annex building that conceals building services and access to below-grade parking.
A separate entrance and lobby on Park Place serves the residences. Amenities for the apartments are located on the twenty-ninth floor; the function rooms and fitness center open to exterior loggias. The limestone and cast stone shaft of the tower rises to a dramatic skyline profile of full-floor penthouses and setback terraces.
The residential apartments start on the building’s 23rd floor, which will have eight units. There will also be four apartments each on the 25th through 48th floors, as well as six duplexes. The 49th through 58th floors will have three units each, while 59 through 61 will have two each, and the 62nd and 63rd floors will have two duplexes between them. The 64th to 66th floors will each have a full-floor penthouse.
The building has a concierge and a doorman, a gym with a pool, a media room, and a children’s playroom.
The 38th floor will have a double-height conservatory with a baby grand piano and the building will also have a private dining room with a catering kitchen.
Kitchens have solid white oak cabinetry by Bilotta, Colorado White marble countertops and backsplashes, and Gaggenau appliances.
Baths will have Chinchilla Mink and Bianco Dolomite marble.
Apartment B on floors 64 through 73 is a three-bedroom unit with 2,611 square feet of space. It has a 27-foot-long living/dining room with a bay window adjacent to a 12-foot-long, family room and a 14-foot-long, eat-in kitchen. The unit also has a 16-foot-long gallery.
Apartment C on floors 64 through 73 is a three-bedroom unit with an entry foyer that leads past an enclosed kitchen to 21-foot-long, living/dining room with a bay window.
Apartment D on floors 40 through 51 is a duplex with a 17-foot-long, double-height living room that open to a 12-foot-long dining room adjacent to a 12-foot-long, eat-in kitchen, a long foyer and one bedroom on the lower level and two bedrooms on the upper level.
Apartment E on floors 40 through 51 is a three-bedroom unit with a long entry foyer that leads pas an enclosed kitchen to the 24-foot-long living/dining room.