Designed by renowned Robert A. M. Stern, it seamlessly blends a new classical style into Manhattan's iconic skyline. At 926 feet tall, this towering beauty is one of Lower Manhattan's tallest residential buildings.
The top floors are a sanctuary of 157 private residences, each a haven with sweeping city views. Below, the hotel unfolds - 189 exquisitely designed rooms and suites.
Developed by Silverstein Properties, construction began in 2013. By 2016, its doors opened as the second tallest residential building in Downtown Manhattan. The initial purchase from Moody's Corporation was a staggering $170 million, with a UK hedge fund later infusing $660 million for construction. The result is a cornerstone of New York luxury hospitality.
Beyond the marble and chandeliers, the hotel is a sanctuary of amenities. A 75-foot lap pool for morning swims or leisurely lounging. The spa's seven treatment rooms are a haven for the senses, with aromatherapy and crystal healing. The 24-hour business center and gym exquisitely manage your work-life balance.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck is the celebrity chef's first New York restaurant, with a global palate for the gastronomically adventurous. Special occasions find their match here, with champagne, treats and seasonal savings making luxury surprisingly accessible.
With personalized itineraries, the staff make the city your playground - a waterfront day, SoHo shopping, Meatpacking nightlife, and more. General Manager Thomas Carreras recommends "sensory souvenirs" - experiences and memories defining your journey.
More than a place to rest, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is a tapestry of luxury, history and service making the city your own. An unforgettable narrative of elegance and world-class living.
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