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.