Sales for some of the apartments at Silverstein's 30 Park Place launched nearly two years ago, but the opulent penthouses have been coming to market rather slowly. A few are already in contract, but the largest and most expensive of the bunch—a sprawling 6,127-square-foot pad on the 78th floor—just hit the market, for its previously reported $32.5 million asking price.
As the floorplan below shows, the duplex apartment has some rather spectacular features, including a double-height loggia that faces north, overlooking Park Place and the rest of Manhattan. It has five bedrooms (one of which could become a media room, if you so choose), six bathrooms, a powder room, a library, eat-in kitchen, and more.
This unit could also be combined with another penthouse on the same floor (currently listed for $29.5 million) to make one super-sized mega-condo high above lower Manhattan. And while this penthouse is lovely and grand and all that, it won't be the project's priciest penthouse forever: There are still three full-floor penthouses on the 80th, 81st, and 82nd floors that have yet to debut, but we can guess that they're going to be pretty expensive.