Inside the second Four Seasons in New York

At 937 feet, the new built 82-story tower branded 30 Park Place and developed by Silverstein Properties will be the tallest residential building Downtown, offering residents panoramic views of the Midtown skyline and New York Harbor.

More than half of the tower will be occupied by the Four Seasons Hotel, New York Downtown, second after the Four Seasons, New York in Midtown East, while the rest of the building will house the  Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown

The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown will occupy the lower portion of the building while the private residences, designed by architect Robert AM Stern will begin on the 40th floor. The released rendering images show the interior of the property, exhibiting 14 feet high ceilings and windows almost as tall.

Robert A.M. Stern’s style is in play, the limestone and concrete exterior looks distinctively similar to the Woolworth Building. The interiors were also designed by Stern Architects, finishing the 157 residences with a complete white-oak style of solid floors and framed Bilotta kitchen cabinetry, and marble bathrooms.

Residence owners receive the same amenities as the guests and are encouraged to order room service and anything else they may need. The amenities also provide a residences-only pool, gym, screening room, and a Four Seasons spa. Currently, 30 Park Place has 10 units on the market, including two penthouses, an almost 3,200-square-foot three-bedroom and a two-story, nearly 6,000-square-foot five bedroom. The available residential units are priced between $5,4 million and $29 million.

The building is scheduled to be completed mid-2016.

Dusica Tomanovici Popovic