The upper floors of the Robert A.M. Stern-designed high rise, 30 Park Place, are still getting their final touches, but a couple of model apartments perched high up in this 937-foot building are complete, and Curbed now has the inside look on one of them. On Tuesday night, developer Larry Silverstein held a preview celebration for the condos, one of which is located on the 70th floor, and the other is on the 78th floor.
For now we only photos of the model apartment on the 70th floor, for which Silverstein Properties hired designer Jeffrey Beers, who specializes in hospitality design, to do up the four-bedroom pad.
Spanning 3,699-square-feet, the condo is currently listed on the market for $13.35 million. "Beers was asked to bring femininity, warmth and modernity to a classic New York City apartment interior design," is how a representative for the development described it in a statement to Curbed.
The apartment on the 78th floor, a duplex unit that spans just under 6,000-square feet was designed by architect Robert Couturier. Apartments located on floors 75 through 82 of this building are part of its penthouse collection that comprises 11 half and full-floor residences, all of which have outdoor spaces.
The model apartments shown Tuesday night were notable for their tall ceilings, and the dramatic views of the Hudson River on the west, the World Trade Center complex to the south, and glimpses of the Midtown to the north.
Closings at 30 Park Place got underway this past August, two years after the building’s 157 apartments first went on the market. Just over a week ago, the Four Seasons Downtown, which is located on the first 22 floors of this building, also opened its doors to guests.