Larry Silverstein is making his long-anticipated move downtown official. The 86-year-old mega-developer told The Wall Street Journal that he and his wife want to be where all the young people are, so they’re taking up residence at his new Tribeca condo development 30 Park Place.

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Larry Silverstein’s company developed 30 Park Place, which was designed by star architect Robert A.M. Stern.

With a brand-new penthouse within a 3-minute walk to Silverstein’s World Trade Center office, it’s time for the Silversteins to part with their 500 Park Avenue condo, where they had lived for 33 years. And with their 30 Park Place “compound in the sky” now ready, the move is being completed.

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The master in Silverstein’s 500 Park Avenue condo offers Central Park views.

The 4,600-square foot unit contains 5 bedrooms, a library and 5 bathrooms and boasts spectacular, 360-degree city views. It has been listed for sale for $13.9 million. Meredith Verona and Betsy Messerschmitt of Corcoran share the listing.

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Visitors and guests to 500 Park Avenue are greeted with an impressive foyer.

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The massive living room at 500 Park offers a three-sided exposure.

The Upper West Side’s classic buildings are in full view in this nighttime view from 500 Park Avenue.

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