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

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

TRD 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.


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