Being the developer of the 82-story building didn’t get him any purchasing privileges however as he is reported to have paid the full ask of $34 million for the condo, which is located on the 80th floor.
Two of Stern’s high end apartments have made their way to the market, giving wealthy buyers the chance to pick between a $20,500/month condo at 30 Park Place and a $30,000/month apartment at 20 East End Avenue.
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.
The hotel occupies the lower third of the building, and is also now home to Wolfgang Puck’s first New York City restaurant, CUT. The hotel features a total of 185 rooms along with a 3,700-square-foot "royal suite."
Two years after Robert A.M. Stern’s faux-limestone column at 30 Park Place first launched sales, it’s getting ready to welcome its first residents—and a new, super-schmancy collection of penthouses is due to launch sales.
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.
Robert A.M. Stern's 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.
It's just a few months until closings begin on the 157 luxury residences at 30 Park Place that sit atop a soon to open Four Seasons Hotel. Curbed toured two, half floor penthouses on the 78th floor of the 82-story building.