In just a few weeks closings will get underway at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 30 Park Place otherwise known as the Four Seasons Private Residences. At 926-feet tall, it is the tallest residential building downtown and comprises of a 185-room Four Seasons Hotel on the lower floors, and 157 luxury apartments above with interiors designed by Yabu Pushelberg. Recently, Curbed got a chance to tour two under-construction duplex penthouses on the 78th floor. Though the apartments themselves aren't ready to be seen just yet, the views from their terraces are pretty spectacular and still worth checking out.
The Silverstein Properties-developed building stands 82-stories tall, and residences begin on the 39th floor and go upwards. The duplex, half-floor penthouses Curbed toured — 78A and 78B — are currently listed on the market for $32.5 million and $29.5 million respectively.
The former spans 6,127 square and includes 427 square feet of outdoor space, whereas the latter spans 5,937 square feet and includes 431 square feet of outdoor space. Both come with five bedrooms and six bathrooms, and some of their standout features include a private elevator within the apartment, a formal dining room, a living room with a fireplace, and a library with a wet bar.
As for the building, residential amenities are located on the 38th floor, and include a fitness center with a yoga studio, a screening room with a home theater system, and a children's playroom. Other amenities in the building include a 75-foot, three-lane swimming pool, and a 24-hour doorman. At an additional cost, residents in the building also get access to the amenities and services provided by the Four Seasons Hotel.
The hotel, and the restaurant by celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck are expected to open sometime in the summer.
- All the 30 Park Place Coverage [Curbed]