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I love the skin on this building. Ties into the neighborhood very well.
     
     
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View from Sohi at Trump Soho this past weekend (cross-posted pic with 56 Leonard):

     
     
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What is the space in between the tower and the steel structure for? Is it going to be a drive way a la 220 CPS? (and what is the steel structure for anyways?)
     
     
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Construction Update: 30 Park Place





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Like its uptown neighbor at 56 Leonard, 30 Park Place is making a relative impact on the skyline, and the floor-count is now in the mid-40s, with approximately 20 stories left before topping-out.

With the surprisingly rapid pace of construction over the summer, 30 Park Place is already on the verge of surpassing the Woolworth Building. Its 714-foot tall neighbor held the title of world’s tallest skyscraper from 1914 – 1930, and while it has long been overtaken by larger towers further downtown, 30 Park Place will dominate right next door, diminishing its relative visibility (and standing 926 feet tall).
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After seeing it close up, I must say I am impressed with how great the facade looks. Very high quality and very classy.
     
     
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The title should change to 926 ft.
     
     
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After seeing it close up, I must say I am impressed with how great the facade looks. Very high quality and very classy.
agree, the handsomest tower currently going up in the city IMO. In the renderings I thought the façade was going to be a little lighter/whiter than it actually is though
     
     
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Old Posted Oct 1, 2014, 10:51 PM
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With 57 Leonard virtually sold out, 30 Park heads down that path. More towers Downtown, please...


http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/10/...lace-now-sold/

Half of Silverstein’s 30 Park Place now sold
One of the penthouses in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower fetched $14.M






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Half of the 157 condominium apartments at Silverstein Properties’ Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Tower have sold, four months after sales launched.

Among the units at 30 Park Place that were purchased are two of the building’s 11 penthouses. One of the top-floor apartments sold for $14.5 million, and the other went for $12.8 million.

The 82-story tower, currently under construction, will rise 929 feet, making it the tallest residential building Downtown. Prices range from $3.1 million to more than $60 million for a combined duplex penthouse.

The building, set to top out by the end of the year, will be fully completed by 2016. “If we continue to go at the rate we’re going, we’ll see a fully sold out product by the time it opens,” developer Larry Silverstein said Wednesday during a media tour of the sales gallery.

.....Eight floor plans for the penthouses were revealed last month, including a 3,173-square-foot, three-bedroom on the 76th floor listed at $13.5 million and a 5,937-square-foot, five-bedroom on the 78th floor that’s asking $27.5 million.

At Wednesday’s event, Stern called the building a “labor of love” that was put on hold during the financial crisis. “It’s the kind of sky scraper I dreamed about as a kid,” said Stern, a Brooklyn native.
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In conjunction with that, via Crains.

"Property sales in New York City in the first three quarters of the year totaled $39 billion—more than the total in 2013. Sales will likely hit $63 billion by year's end, topping the record $62 billion in properties that changed hands in the peak, precrash year of 2007, according to a report released Wednesday from Massey Knakal Realty Services…"
     
     
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Already hideous RAMS turd to beget new RAMS turd in Chicago
     
     
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After seeing it close up, I must say I am impressed with how great the facade looks. Very high quality and very classy.
Classy!
     
     
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^^^^

This is like patriotic towards the city. Makes me proud to live near it. I like the end when he says: "What a city. To be part of this. Aren't we blessed?"

A sense of humility should overcome all of us; especially given the opportunities present in this city for all. To be near it or in it, and access its wealth of culture and opportunities puts us ahead of most of the world. We are truly lucky.
     
     
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