Floor Plans for 30 Park Place

I reported earlier that the sales effort for 30 Park Place—designed by Robert A. M. Stern, and to be known as the Four Seasons Hotel and Hideout from the Huddling Masses—was underway, with a sales office in 7 World Trade. For people who really want to know, it’s on the 33rd floor, the better offer a good view of the site without having to stand out on Church Street.

The contact form for the website includes the following estimated prices: one bedrooms from $2.5 million, two bedrooms from $3.7 million, three bedrooms from $4.5 million, four bedrooms from $8.4 million, five and more bedrooms from $17 million.

A reader sent over the following floor plans for two-bedroom apartments, with prices from $3.65 million to $4.7 million—that doesn’t jibe with the estimates online, but maybe you have to ask to see something a little cheaper. I know a few of you out there must have requested info about three-, four-, or five-or-more-bedrooms, so let’s have ’em: tribecacitizen@gmail.com. UPDATE 5/10: The three-bedroom floor plans have arrived.

But first, in case you missed it, this text from the Silverstein website describes hoe the property will work:

The Four Seasons Hotel New York, Downtown [Ugh, that comma. —Ed.] will occupy the first 21 floors of the 82-story tower, which will also include a specialty restaurant operated by the Four Seasons. The remainder of the tower […] will accommodate private residences as large as 6,000 square feet. The Residences also will be managed by the Four Seasons.

A separate entrance and lobby at 30 Park Place serves the Residences. Amenities for the private residents are located between the Hotel and Residences and include a 75-ft heated indoor pool, fitness center, lounge area, and children’s room. The project also will include a landscaped plaza.

The Hotel entrance on Barclay Street leads visitors into three floors of lobbies, lounges, restaurant, ballrooms, private screening room and meeting facilities, as well as a spa, fitness center and pool. A second entrance to the restaurant is on Church Street.

(Do I have to keep saying that clicking on them will make them larger? Probably.)

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