Developer Reveals Plans for Tallest Residential Building in New York

New York–Developer Larry Silverstein announced plans this week to build New York’s tallest residential building, which will sit two blocks from the former World Trade Center site and contain a Four Seasons hotel, the New York Sun reports.Architect Robert A.M. Stern will design the 80-story limestone building, which will be located at 99 Church St. The residents’ lobby will be at 30 Park Place; the hotel lobby will be located off Barclay Street. The structure will feature 143 luxury condominiums; the 175-room Four Seasons will occupy the building’s first 22 floors.The hotel will include four floors of amenities such as lounges, meeting space, a ballroom, spa, fitness center and pool.Completion is scheduled for 2010, according to Silverstein.