Even the most well-heeled New Yorkers know that quality space comes at a premium, and that’s why today’s 10,000+ square foot Dream Home (with its equally dreamy $65 million price tag) is such a rarity.
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.
The new residences mark an exciting transition to a ‘New’ Downtown Manhattan, as billionaire buyers are straying from ‘Billionaires Row’ of 57th Street/Midtown to the most fast-paced downtown areas of the city.
From its private entry on Park Place to its gorgeous amenities — think White Carrara marble mosaic floors, gas-burning St Tropez French limestone fireplaces and “Chinchilla Mink” marble countertops to its awe-inspiring height (at 82 stories, it’s the tallest residential building downtown) there’s little left to be desired at 30 Park Place.
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 creme de la creme of the units is the combo unit of Penthouse 78 and 79, priced at a cool $65 million, totaling 10,480 square feet of interior space and 861 square feet of outdoor space with 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 2 powder rooms.
Accessible via private elevator and boasting two internal staircases, the unit boasts a corner double-height living room with fireplace, a formal dining room with an adjacent parlor and catering kitchen, a windowed eat-in kitchen with adjacent family room library with wet bar, a fifth bedroom/media room with wet bar, a master bedroom suite with 3 walk-in closets and adjacent sitting room with a fireplace, dual-windowed master bathrooms, a morning kitchen adjacent to bedrooms, a laundry room with sink and 2 separate service entrances.
We’re sure the condo fees are killer, but, for a $65 million buyer, we’re betting they can handle it.