Rare highest duplex apartment at 30 Park Place, first of its kind available for resale. This spectacular duplex spans 2265 square feet, offering three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathrooms, imbued with a timeless yet modern beauty and an authentic story of material and craftsmanship throughout. Perched above the Four Seasons Hotel Downtown, the Residences at Thirty Park Place establishes a timeless presence in Tribeca, celebrating the history, culture, and architectural details of both the new and the old in the landmark New York neighborhood.
Beyond the formal entry foyer, with expansive double height ceilings, the luminous living room encourages entertainment and leisure and offers dramatic southern views from its rare Tribeca vantage point on the 50th floor. Balancing the light warmth of solid oak wood flooring with herringbone patterns, the sophisticated interior finishes reflect luxury at its finest.
Artfully designed eat-in kitchen has double exposure windows with beautiful corner views, blending form and function with custom Bilotta rift-cut kitchen cabinetry seamlessly integrating top of the line Gaggenau kitchen appliances and marble countertops. The kitchen features a Miele hood that vents out, a Gaggenau wine cooler, Insinkerator, and silver hardware finishes.
Up the stairs, a second entryway is accessible from the 51st floor entrance to the apartment. The Master corner bedroom suite is an oasis of elevated calm designed for rest and relaxation. With full-height windows, the bedroom invites ample morning light that continues during the day from the double eastern and southern exposures. A thoughtful touch includes a wet bar featuring a Sub-Zero mini-fridge and Kohler sink. The master bathroom has beautiful views of the historical Woolworth Building, and is composed of Robert A.M. Stern custom-designed double vanities, deep soaking bathtub, separate, marble shower, and Nuheat floor heating under its white marble floors.
Each of the additional two bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms elegantly appointed in a meticulous symphony of expressive materials, textures, and white tones with fine marble tile flooring, Robert A.M. Stern custom-designed sinks, Kallista toilets, and silver bathroom fixtures. The powder room features a tailor made marble vanity stand, making an elegant yet dynamic statement, coming together to form an exquisitely curated space. A discreet laundry room is hidden in the hallways for ease and convenience, and the dryer vents out. Shades are installed throughout the apartment, and along with built-in Honeywell multi-zoned heating and air conditioning for year-round temperature control and comfort.
Thirty Park Place Four Seasons Private Residences New York, Downtown offers a new paradigm in luxurious living in Tribeca. Residents have access to both the private residence and hotel suite of services. Private residence amenities include the 24-hour Doorman and Bellman, 38th floor residents-only conservatory with adjacent loggia, fitness center with yoga room, private dining room with catering kitchen, Roto-designed playroom, and screening room. Hotel amenities include Wolfgang Pucks first restaurant and bar in New York, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, lobby lounge and bar, spa, fitness center and pool, attended parking garage, ballroom and banquet facilities. A la carte services include in-room dining and housekeeping. Pets are welcome.
Tribeca (Triangle-Below-Canal) extends south of Canal Street, down to Barclay Street, between Broadway and the Hudson River. The area is made up of lofts, once used for light manufacturing and warehouses, that have slowly been converted into luxury rental and loft condo buildings. TriBeCa boasts some famous residents such as Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro and Mariah Carey. Tribeca has many high-priced, fashionable restaurants and clubs as well as its share of avant-garde clothing, design shops and galleries. Every top restaurant in town can be found here. Tribeca is safe, has great schools, and is situated a mere 15 minutes from Midtown.
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