By Ioana Neamt
New York—Lower Manhattan will welcome a brand new Four Seasons hotel late this summer. The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, the brand’s second location in the city, will soon open at 30 Park Place, an 82-story mixed-use tower designed by Robert A.M. Stern and developed by Silverstein Properties. Once completed, the tower will be the second-tallest residential building in Downtown Manhattan, and will feature 157 Four Seasons Private Residences and the 185-key Four Seasons hotel.
The new hotel is conveniently located in an area of Manhattan bustling with activity, just one block away from the World Trade Center and on the same block as the iconic Woolworth Building. The new Four Seasons will feature the first Manhattan restaurant by Chef Wolfgang Puck, a spa featuring seven treatment rooms and a 75-foot lap pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and plenty of meeting and event space.
“In a city that surprises, there’s a kind of Renaissance happening in its oldest area,” General Manager Peter Humig said in a prepared statement. “A new layer of community is emerging amid the neighborhoods we already know so well including Tribeca, Soho and Wall Street. Exciting new architecture has taken shape, cultural institutions such as the Whitney Museum of American Art have opened alongside the area’s art galleries, new shops and restaurants are launching every week, and businesses are moving back to Lower Manhattan.”
The new Four Seasons hotel is now confirming reservations for arrivals starting October 2016.
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