30 Park Place exterior

Rendering: Archpartners via thirtyparkplace.com

Remember when we spilled renderings for Silverstein Properties’ 30 Park Place all over the radiant heated marble floor? Well now, sales have officially launched for the Tribeca condo-hotel.

Billed as “the tallest residential tower to grace the Downtown skyline,” the 82-story building will clock in at 926 feet high, with 360-degree views of the city.

Robert A.M. Stern designed the limestone and precast concrete tower with Art Deco-inspired elements, with penthouse terraces atop. The residences consist of 157 apartments above a 189-room Four Seasons Hotel, slated to open in 2016. Pricing will start at approximately $2.6 million and go up to more than $60 million.

The one- to six-bedroom layouts measure about 1,100 to 6,000 square feet, with the option to combine units. For the discerning luxury buyer (aren’t they all), there’s a collection of half-floor, full-floor and duplex penthouses with private outdoor space and double-height loggias. Condos have ceilings up to 14 feet tall, bay windows, solid white oak flooring, white oak framed cabinetry, white marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances, in-unit washer/dryer and pre-wiring for home automation. Some residences will feature full-height wine refrigerators, dual wall ovens, dual dishwashers, wet bar and a butler’s pantry. Master baths are accessorized with Chinchilla Mink marble slab bathtubs and countertops, as well as honed marble tile floors with radiant heating.

The amenity floor on the 38th level contains a gym with yoga studio, vaulted conservatory with baby grand piano, screening room, children’s playroom, private dining room with catering kitchen and two double-height loggias. Residences also get access to a 75-foot swimming pool, package room with refrigerated storage, bike storage, parking garage and a slew of a la carte services provided by the Four Seasons.

Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling marketing and sales.

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