It's part of the crowning penthouse at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Four Seasons Private Residences
The crowning penthouse at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed skyscraper at 30 Park Place is finally on the market. The three-bedroom pad on the 82nd floor of the building is asking $30 million, and claims that its four terraces are the highest outdoor space in the city.
This full floor penthouse spans 4,426 feet and each of the apartment’s corner terraces are about 19-feet wide and are located at a height of nearly 900-feet, as per the listing. Other highlights in this apartment include 12-foot tall ceilings, custom interiors by Stern, a limestone fireplace, 360 degree views of the Manhattan skyline, and a 27-foot wide master bedroom.
Though located right at the top of this Silverstein Properties-developed tower, Penthouse 82 is not the priciest unit at building. That record is currently held by a half floor penthouse on the 78th floor which spans 6,127 square feet, and is asking $32.5 million. Curbed got a chance to view the NYC skyline from the outdoor space of that penthouse and the other half floor penthouse on the floor in May this year.
Officially known as the Four Seasons Private Residences, many of the tower’s 157 apartments are already in contract, and are located atop a 185-room Four Seasons Hotel on the lower floors. Both will be ready sometime this summer.
- Listing: 30 Park Place #PH82 [Corcoran]
- See the Views From a Penthouse Inside Robert A.M. Stern's 30 Park Place [Curbed]
- All the 30 Park Place Coverage [Curbed]