Robert A.M. Stern's skyline-dominating 30 Park Place has claimed the title of downtown's tallest residential tower at 937 feet—a distinction it will hold for at least a little while. Now, a hyper-lapse video shows the swanky hotel and condo tower on the rise. The building topped out in January 2015, and its imitation limestone facade has been in place since August. The video by Bobby Grandone shows all of that coming together and more, including the tower's envy-inducing views.
The installation of its swanky interiors has been ongoing over the past several months, but not going quite as quickly as anticipated; the opening of the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown that occupies the bottom portion of the tower has been pushed back from early July to early fall.
StreetEasy shows that ten of the building’s 157 apartments are currently on the market, with asking prices beginning at $3.345 million for a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom and going up as high as $32.5 million for a five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom 78th-floor apartment. Of the 157 apartments, 111 are now in contract.