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Four Seasons NY Downtown Has Finally Taken Off

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December 5, 2013 at 8:48 AM | by | Comments (0)

As we mentioned last week, the groundbreaking ceremony for the 82-story Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown took place this Tuesday at 11am. That’s exciting news, as it marks the end of that rather long wait, but also because we now have a first indication of what the Yabu Pushelberg interiors will look like. Behold, three renderings of the hotel’s public spaces.

The Four Seasons on 57th street is known for its soaring I.M. Pei-designed limestone lobby, and though very different in style, its future sibling looks intent to make an equally impressive statement with high ceilings and a dramatic staircase. Pale marble (so we think) floors contrast with dark marble and either wood or some other warm-hued material on the walls.

Aside from the Four Seasons Hotel, there will be a range of private residences for sale (called 30 Park Place, the building’s address), which will be marketed by high-end realtor Corcoran. Sales will start Spring next year, and the way residential real estate is going in New York, we don’t doubt there will be a lot of takers.

A range of VIPs, including representatives from Silverstein Properties and Four Seasons, as well as architect Robert A.M. Stern, eternalized the groundbreaking moment in concrete.

With a second New York hotel now in progress, we’ll be waiting to see whether rumors of a second Paris property (in the La Défense business area) will be confirmed. London, meanwhile, should have a third hotel coming in the next few years close to Liverpool Street, between Four Seasons Park Lane to the west and Canary Wharf to the east.

[Renderings & Photos: courtesy of SPI]

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