Construction nears completion at Silverstein Properties’ 82-story Tribeca hotel and residential condo tower, slated to be the tallest residential tower in the neighborhood at 926 feet. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the tower is meant to evoke the architecture of 1920’s and 1930’s New York.
The first 24 floors are devoted to a Four Seasons Hotel, with 185 rooms designed by Yabu Pushelberg and a restaurant from Wolfgang Puck. Above, 157 condo units are on offer with Four Seasons caliber services.
Stern has designed the exterior of the building to evoke a classic New York façade with his precast concrete panels that looks convincingly like limestone. According to the panel installers, the tower is the tallest building to use precast concrete panels in the world. Façade details such as the geometric ornamental exterior panels and metal screens bring a contemporary update to the classical design. Bay windows are located throughout the tower, allowing for ample daylight and stunning views of the downtown skyline.
At the top of the tower, the full floor penthouse features corner terraces with 360-degree skyline views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey. At a height of 870 feet, these terraces offer the tallest outdoor space in any condominium development in any building in Manhattan.
Architects: Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Developer: Silverstein Properties; Program: Hotel, Residential; Location: Tribeca, New York, NY; Completion: 2016.