Despite the softening of New York’s luxury market, uberpricey condos keep finding buyers. (See the $40 million Greenwich Lane penthouse that sold last month, or a nearly $66 million 432 Park Avenue condo that closed in January.) So it’s not much of a surprise that a penthouse in Robert A.M. Stern’s 30 Park Place that was asking $32.5 million has sold, according to the most recent Olshan Luxury Market Report—though the buyer did get a slight discount.
The penthouse, located on the building’s 78th floor, first hit the market in the summer of 2015, and was also offered as part of a exorbitant $65 million combo unit before that. It stayed steady at $32.5 million for more than a year, but it entered contract for an ever-so-slightly less expensive $30 million.
The sprawling duplex apartment is spread out over more than 6,000 square feet of space, and comes with a double-height loggia (one of only two in the building), along with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a master suite with its own “morning kitchen” (?!?), and postcard-perfect views of Lower Manhattan. The buyer will also have access to the condo’s over-the-top amenities, including the Four Seasons spa (part of the hotel on the building’s lower floors).
The duplex’s mirror apartment, another penthouse with bonkers views, is still on the market for $29.5 million. The building’s “highest outdoor space,” in a $30 million penthouse on the 82nd floor, is also still up for grabs.
- Olshan Luxury Market Report [Official]
- 30 Park Place Reveals Sprawling New Penthouse for $32.5M [Curbed]
- All 30 Park Place Coverage [Curbed]