|Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown|
The Four Seasons is the tallest tower, on the left
|Alternative names||30 Park Place|
99 Church Street
Four Season Private Residences New York Downtown
|Type||Residential, and Hotel|
|Opening||September 19, 2016|
|Antenna spire||926 ft (282 m)|
|Roof||926 ft (282 m)|
|Top floor||869 ft (265 m)|
|Floor area||683,002 sq ft (63,453.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Robert A. M. Stern|
|Structural engineer||WSP Cantor Seinuk|
|Main contractor||Tishman Construction|
The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, also known as 30 Park Place, is a hotel and residential skyscraper in Tribeca, Manhattan, New York City. At 926 feet, the property is the tallest residential building Downtown, offering residents panoramic views of the Midtown skyline and New York Harbor. The top floors of the 82-story building, known as the Four Season Private Residences New York Downtown, have 157 residences, ranging from one to six bedrooms, all reached through a dedicated residential lobby at 30 Park Place. Below is a 189-room Four Seasons Hotel, with its own lobby on Barclay Street, which opened in September 2016.
The property was purchased in 2006, but funding for construction was not secured until 2013. Developed by Silverstein Properties, the tower was designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. In May 2013, Silverstein Properties secured $660 million for construction financing.Tishman Construction managed the project. Construction began in the fall of 2013, the building topped out in early 2015, and installation of the exterior and windows was finished in August 2015. The hotel celebrated its grand opening on September 19, 2016. It is the second tallest residential building in Downtown Manhattan, after 70 Pine Street.
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown features 189 guest rooms and suites, a 75-foot lap pool, spa with 7 treatment rooms, 24-hour business services, and a 24-hour gym. Just off the lobby is CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the celebrity chef's first New York City restaurant.