45 Park Place

With the designs of SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva and interiors imagined by PieroLissoni, 45 Park Place is a combination of inspiration from Tribeca's rich heritage with a confidently modern point of view, presently offering a limited collection of 50 condominiums.  This 43-story glass tower offers unparalleled 360-degree views of the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center, New York Harbor and the Empire State Building from the striking floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The residences, exhibiting culinary arts with expansive ceiling heights, top-of-the-shelf fixtures by PieroLissoni, and Italian engineered kitchens combining craftsmanship with ingenuity are sure to give you the premium cosmopolitan living that is every New Yorker's dream.  Carefully curated amenities include a 50-foot long swimming pool, attended lobby, children's playroom, screening room, fitness center, full-time concierge, a courtyard, elevator services and a cold storage amongst many others.   CITY REALTY ARTICLE   This very attractive, glass, 43-story tower at 45 Park Place in TriBeCa is scheduled for completion in 2019 and will have 50 condominium apartments.  It is being developed by SoHo Properties of which Sharif Al-Gamal is a principal and designed by SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva. It will have a plaza and a three-story Islamic cultural center and museum designed by Jean Nouvel. Piero Lissoni is the interior designer.  The building is located between Church Street and West Broadway.  The development company quietly picked up 45 Park Place in 2009 for a meager $4.85 million when it was a shuttered Burlington Coat Factory that was badly damaged during September 11, 2001 and the site was being used as an annex space for Tribeca’s Al Farah mosque.  When it was acquired, the site was calendared for consideration by the City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission but the commission declined to give it such status in 2010.   CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS

With the designs of SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva and interiors imagined by PieroLissoni, 45 Park Place is a combination of inspiration from Tribeca's rich heritage with a confidently modern point of view, presently offering a limited collection of 50 condominiums.

This 43-story glass tower offers unparalleled 360-degree views of the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center, New York Harbor and the Empire State Building from the striking floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The residences, exhibiting culinary arts with expansive ceiling heights, top-of-the-shelf fixtures by PieroLissoni, and Italian engineered kitchens combining craftsmanship with ingenuity are sure to give you the premium cosmopolitan living that is every New Yorker's dream.

Carefully curated amenities include a 50-foot long swimming pool, attended lobby, children's playroom, screening room, fitness center, full-time concierge, a courtyard, elevator services and a cold storage amongst many others.

CITY REALTY ARTICLE

This very attractive, glass, 43-story tower at 45 Park Place in TriBeCa is scheduled for completion in 2019 and will have 50 condominium apartments.

It is being developed by SoHo Properties of which Sharif Al-Gamal is a principal and designed by SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva. It will have a plaza and a three-story Islamic cultural center and museum designed by Jean Nouvel. Piero Lissoni is the interior designer.

The building is located between Church Street and West Broadway.

The development company quietly picked up 45 Park Place in 2009 for a meager $4.85 million when it was a shuttered Burlington Coat Factory that was badly damaged during September 11, 2001 and the site was being used as an annex space for Tribeca’s Al Farah mosque.

When it was acquired, the site was calendared for consideration by the City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission but the commission declined to give it such status in 2010.

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NYC, BROOKLYN & QUEENS

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