Renderings by Williams New York / Courtesy of 45 Park PlaceFew new developments curate the sort of team that Sharif El-Gamal from built for 45 Park Place.
And it shows. Bringing together Piero Lissoni, SOMA architect Michel Abboud, and Jean Nouvel from Studio Nouvel to create a building that can live up to its prestigious address.


The building is a glass-enclosed jewel that offers a stunning addition to the NYC skyline. Rising 43 stories  and including just 50 units, it’s been designed from the ground up for high-end luxury. Designed to rise like a thin, elegant blade of grass above the city, the multiple staggered rooftops promise plenty of outdoor living space.
The site also promises plenty of stunning views both north and of the World Trade Center to the south – something maximized by the floor to ceiling windows present throughout.


The residences deliver some of the best living in the city. Ranging from one bedrooms all the way to 4-bed duplexes, every single one has been designed with love, care, and attention by Italian master Piero Lissoni.

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The smaller 1-bedroom units come complete with Boffi on/off kitchens to maximize space without compromising on quality. Larger units have Boffi white lacquered cabinets for a crisp, clean look but build it out with Corian waterfall islands, Gaggenau appliances, under-counter fridges and wine storage.

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Regardless of the unit though, the same quality and luxury carries through to the master baths. Whether it’s the free-standing soaking tubs by MOMA Design in the one bedrooms, the Pietra d’Avola raw limestone walls and Silk Georgette stone vanities designed and manufactured by MOMA Design in the 2-bedroom tower units, or the dual vanities in the master bath of the penthouse duplexes, no single corner was cut when it comes to 45 Park Place.

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Of course, the pièce de résistance is the duplex staircase. Spiraling elegantly up to the second bedroom floor. It adds a sense of grandeur and scale to the building while still retaining its sleek, modern look.


To match the top tier quality of the units and materials, 45 Park Place provides residents with plenty of amenities for all their needs. First fitness. There’s a 50-foot pool, stunningly designed and completed with Verdi Alpi green marble floors and Ceppo di Gre stone walls.

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To unwind after (or before) a swim, there’s a warm wood deck with a cedar sauna.
And if swimming isn’t your cup of tea, you can always burn off some calories in the 24/7 gym or unwind and refocus in the purpose-built yoga studio.


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When it comes to socializing, 45 Park Place is equally prepared with a residents lounge. Complete with a Boffi kitchen, pool table, and retractable screen, it’s an all-in-one entertainment solution, no matter how you like to relax with friends.
And with a fully stocked children’s playroom, even the youngest 45 Park Place members will feel at home.


Of the 50 units in the building, there are currently five available.
Two of them are 2-bed, 2.5 bath units about 1,500 square feet each. One is east-facing on the 18th floor, clocking in at $3.7 million. The second is west-facing on the 21st floor and is slightly larger to boot. It clocks in at a little over $4 million.
Currently, there are only one three bedrooms available. Listed at $4.6 million, it includes 1,900 square feet and 3.5-baths.
Finally, we get to the full-floor duplexes. One is on the 26th floor and the other on the 34th and they both have around 3,300 square feet of living space. They’re listed for $11 and $12 million, with the slightly more expensive unit coming with slightly more space and the higher floor. In both these units, the master bedroom is situated in the corner for spectacular views across the city.


Park Place needs no introduction as a frequent hotbed of high-end luxury residences. And it’s no wonder – situation on the border of the financial district and Tribeca, there’s nothing that’s not a 10-minute walk away. Peruse artisan crafts and high-end restaurants like Jungsik, the best Korean food in the city. Or browse high-end brands at the new Westfield at the World Trade Center (brands like Hermes or Shinola).
Or just go people watch at the city hall fountain.
Whatever you’re after, 45 Park Place is a good place to jump off from – and an even better place to come back to.
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