What you can buy now at Silverstein’s 30 Park Place

Available units range from $3M one-bedroom to $27.5M penthouse

New York /
Jul.July 09, 2014 11:00 AM

Buyers looking to roost at Silverstein Properties’ 30 Park Place may not want to dawdle: there are only 14 units currently up for grabs, according to a recent availability list obtained by The Real Deal.

In total, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building will house 157 condominium units between the 39th and 82nd floors, as well as a Four Seasons hotel on the lower floors. At the moment, the cheapest unit on the market is a one-bedroom, 1,108-square-foot pad on the building’s 43rd floor, which is asking $2.99 million, or about $2,694 per square foot. Monthly common charges on the apartment are estimated to be $881, and a buyer will also be looking at $2,245 per month in property taxes.

Three two-bedroom units are also available, ranging from $4.56 million for a 1,543-square-foot apartment to $4.99 million for a 1,664-square-foot apartment. Buyers looking for more space can choose from six three-bedroom units — ranging from $5.25 million for 1,794 square feet to $8.1 million for 2,631 square feet – and two four-bedroom units, asking $9.2 million and $12.95 million.

And then there are the penthouses. The much-touted duplex crown jewel is likely to be listed for north of $60 million, but for now potential buyers will have to decide between a 3,173-square-foot, three-bedroom penthouse on the 76th floor asking $13.48 million, or $4,247 per square foot, and a 5,937-square-foot, five-bedroom penthouse on the 78th floor asking $27.5 million, or $4,632 per square foot.

Corcoran Sunsine Marketing Group is handling project sales, which launched in May. Representatives for the project declined to comment.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
529 Fifth Avenue and Silverstein Properties' Larry Silverstein (Google Maps; Getty)

Silverstein gets $171M refi for 529 Fifth Avenue

Silverstein gets $171M refi for 529 Fifth Avenue
“I believe in the future of Downtown Los Angeles”: Silverstein closes US Bank Tower buy

“I believe in the future of Downtown Los Angeles”: Silverstein closes US Bank Tower buy

“I believe in the future of Downtown Los Angeles”: Silverstein closes US Bank Tower buy
Silverstein Properties chairman Larry Silverstein (Getty)

Silverstein Properties raises $30M on Israeli bond market

Silverstein Properties raises $30M on Israeli bond market
US Bank Tower at 633 West Fifth Street and Silverstein Properties' Larry Silverstein (Getty, Wikipedia Commons)

Silverstein Properties confirmed as buyer of LA’s US Bank Tower

Silverstein Properties confirmed as buyer of LA’s US Bank Tower
Larry Silverstein of Silverstein Properties with renderings of the project (Getty, ODA)

Silverstein, Kaufman plan $2B Queens development

Silverstein, Kaufman plan $2B Queens development
Brookfield Property Partners' Brian Kingston, Silverstein Properties' Larry Silverstein and Empire State Realty Trust's Anthony Malkin (Getty)

Real estate firms lead cautious return to NYC offices

Real estate firms lead cautious return to NYC offices
Silverstein Properties CEO Marty Burger and a microscopic view of Covid-19 (Credit: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images, CDC)

“We can’t be everybody’s bank”: Marty Burger on how Silverstein is working with tenants and his Covid-19 recovery

“We can’t be everybody’s bank”: Marty Burger on how Silverstein is working with tenants and his Covid-19 recovery
Silverstein Properties CEO Marty Burger (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

Silverstein’s Marty Burger recovers from coronavirus

Silverstein’s Marty Burger recovers from coronavirus
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...