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99 Church Street Tower, New York, United States 
Thursday 31 Jan 2008
 
A Wall Street classic 
 
dbox for Robert A. M. Stern Architects 
 
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Silverstein Properties unveil Stern-designed tower at Ground Zero 

Silverstein Properties unveiled today a Robert A. M. Stern Architects’ design for a new 912-foot tower at 99 Church Street in Lower Manhattan. The limestone and cast stone building will house a 175 room Four Seasons Hotel in the first 22 floors with residential units located above. The hotel entrance on Barclay Street will lead visitors into four floors of lobbies, lounges, a restaurant, ballrooms, meeting facilities spa, fitness center and pool. A separate entrance and lobby at 30 Park Place will serve the residences. “99 Church will counterpoint the glass-and-steel office towers that Larry Silverstein and his organization are building along Greenwich Street, and together these buildings will help Lower Manhattan realize its potential as a great place to live and work”, said Robert A. M. Stern. Construction will begin in June of this year with completion anticipated in early 2011.

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