New Development Highlight: Four Seasons Private Residences Downtown

ricardo, 9/5/14 5:17 PM

The Four Seasons Private Residence Downtown is destined to be one of the finest Manhattan Luxury Properties in all of Downtown New York City when it opens in late 2016. This prestigious hotel and condo building will rise 926 feet tall over 82 stories, making it one of the tallest residential buildings in all of downtown. Located in sophisticated Tribeca, just north of the World Trade Center, the building will serve a huge need in the area for true 5-star hotels, as well as private residences with 5-star hotel services.

Designed by architect Robert A. M. Stern, the same architect that designed 15 Central Park West (currently, the most expensive and chronicled condo building in NYC), the Four Seasons Private Residences Downtown is the only classically styled new construction condo building in Downtown Manhattan. The design aesthetic is reminiscent of stately, turn of the century buildings lining Fifth Avenue, Central Park West and Park Avenue. With limestone façade, herringbone pattern oak flooring, and oversized double-pain windows, it is one of the best options of all Manhattan Luxury Properties for a buyer looking for timeless elegance. Starting on the 40th floor, the building’s 157 residences, comprised of 1 to 4 bedroom residences, have average prices close to $3,000 per square foot.

The Four Seasons Private Residence Downtown features two entrances, one for hotel guests and one for the private residents. Private residents will be able to use The Four Seasons Hotel services a la carte, including 75-foot pool, spa, 5-star restaurant, bars, and most importantly, room service and housekeeping. Private residents have their own amenities on floors 38 and 39, including fitness center, yoga studio, landscaped double-height loggias, vaulted conservatory featuring double height ceilings and baby grand piano, private dining room, screening room with cinema, lounge with gas fireplace, children’s playroom, among many others.

With the opening of World Trade Center towers 7, 4 and 1, many more people and companies have been drawn back downtown to its new state-of-the-art facilities. The has become a mecca for luxury retail and fine dining, as well as many interesting ultra-luxury and luxury condo building, such as 56 Leonard (only 5 blocks north) 50 West Street, and the future 101 Murray. It is exciting to see all the change that is occurring in the area, especially in the retail and residential space, as well as in cultural areas, such as the future $500 million WTC Arts Center. In addition, the area has vibrant outdoor activities, such as the North Cove Marina and Hudson River Park, and is very close to the historic neighborhoods of SoHo, Meatpacking District, and Greenwich Village.

The Four Seasons Private Residence Downtown is being developed by Silverstein and exclusively marketed by the Corcoran Sunshine Group.