Recently, Tribeca has been welcoming more skyscraper-like towers to the area. Adding to the growing collection is 45 Park Place. After nearly a decade of being under development, the 43-story tower is expected to finally reach the finish line soon, and homes have finally hit the market.
This 667-foot tower is being developed by Soho Properties along with SOMA Architects and Ismael Leyva. 45 Park Point is bringing 50 new lavish homes to the trendy neighborhood and the renderings of the building prove it will make a great addition to downtown Manhattan.
Homes range from two-to-four-bedrooms, all finished with floor-to-ceiling windows that allow each them to be flooded with natural light, walk-in closets, open layouts, and gourmet kitchens that include Caesarstone countertops, a stainless steel dishwasher, custom wood cabinets, backsplash, and more. All bathrooms include porcelain tile floors, glass shower, marble countertops, and oversized mirrors.
At 45 Park Place amenities will include a lounge room, fitness center, pool, sauna and steam room, children’s playroom, 24/7 doorman and concierge, and a rooftop courtyard with great views of the surrounding neighborhood.
This soon-to-be residential building is located close to the Hudson River, as well as several parks, museums, and shops. Tribeca also holds some of the city's most iconic restaurants and shops as well as some classic well-known spots such as Chipotle Mexican Grill, Target shopping center, and Starbucks. Tribeca offers the best of both worlds when it comes to new hip spots and classic joints.
Homes are already on the market starting at $3,800,000 for a two-bedroom, $4,800,000 for a three-bedroom, and $11,750,000 for a four-bedroom.